If you’re wondering whether it’s bad to freeze vape juice, we have your answer.
It’s Okay To Freeze Your Vape Juice
You can definitely freeze e-liquid. Over the short term, there are absolutely no issues with freezing vape juice. You can take your e-liquid bottles and pop them in the freezer for storage if you want. When you’re ready to use them, simply take them out and let them thaw until they’ve reached room temperature and then crack them open and use them.
As a tip, you may want to shake them after they’ve thawed in order to properly mix all of the ingredients inside together. Although doing so may prove entirely unnecessary.
Will My E-Liquid Actually Freeze In The Freezer?
When you pop your e-liquid into the freezer for storage, chances are your freezer will not get anywhere near cold enough to actually freeze your e-juice.
E-liquids are made with either vegetable glycerin or propylene glycol, often a combination of the two. PG freezes at -59 degrees Celsius and VG at -37 degrees Celsius. So unless your freezer gets ridiculously cold, your e-liquid will not completely freeze. It will, however, likely become very thick and have the consistency of molasses until you manage to bring it back to room temperature.