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TIPS ON MAKING THE POPPERS FRESH LONGER

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Topic created by dave2016
on Mon, 26 Sep 2016 at 05:37

dave2016 said on Mon, 26 Sep 2016 at 05:37...

this is jsut from my personal experience
1. Buy the 30ml, then pour it into the smaller bottle. Since it degrades everytime exposing to air, by using a smaller bottle, you keep the rest untouched
2. You can further reduce your poppers exposed to air by using a small cotton ball, put ~ 3ml of poppers in it, then shoved that ball to a small jar.
3. Long term storage: Besides putting them in cold dark places, how tight can you reseal the cap is very important. I used paraffin & then food wrap for my "stock" bottles. Also, I notice the newer bottles had sth with teh caps. No matter how tight you close that cap, if you smell very closely, there's a faint scent of popper. sealing the crap outta it helps.

digger said on Mon, 26 Sep 2016 at 13:04...

Surely the logical thing to do is buy 3 times (thrice) 10ml bottle?? Home cap sealing is a new one for me. Can you explain how you seal with paraffin, is that safe?? Thnks

Harry said on Thu, 29 Sep 2016 at 07:03...

I've been using silica gel. Yes that stuff u get in a sachet in shoe/sneakers boxes etc. I'm sure it's been mentioned here before but I'm not sure if anyone admitted to trying it. Well I have been experimenting for a month or so and this is now what I do as a routine... I put 2 silica balls into a small bottle of poppers and 3 in a larger bottle after the first use. I give them a shake and then store them upside down, no reason other than thats what someone said I should do with paint pots after use, upside down the paint self-seals the pot. No idea if that's the case with poppers!

Anyway, I've noticed that I get 2 or 3 more uses out of a bottle with silica gel inside compared to one without. Your mileage may vary. I wonder if those "mega pellets" are just silica gel.

Also, I selected my silica gel carefully. I went for a large bag from (a recently purchased) amplifier box that had round silica as apposed to shards, again, no idea if it makes a difference!

I did try putting more than 3 silica balls into a bottle but found that the poppers ended up smelling of the gel!

Horndog said on Sat, 1 Oct 2016 at 19:27...

Put it in the Freezer when not in use

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Justme said on Thu, 1 Dec 2016 at 22:26...

Make your own

PoppersFiend said on Wed, 28 Dec 2016 at 20:57...

I've read that baking soda absorbs some water content and helps keep it fresher. Also the genuine PWD brands last a long time.

Anonymous said on Tue, 3 Jan 2017 at 11:41...

can you elaborate on the make your own comment? recipe perhaps....

hi said on Thu, 20 Apr 2017 at 04:23...

hi

Warning said on Tue, 22 Aug 2017 at 04:26...

Poppers can wipe out your central vision. Stay away otherwise you may have serious eye problems. Google "poppers maculopathy" to find out more info. It's true, it's serious, it's happening.

Bob said on Sat, 26 Aug 2017 at 06:44...

Poppers maculopathy real, but very few cases reported relative to the number of poppers users

NTBiman said on Wed, 11 Oct 2017 at 01:57...

Yes "popper maculopathy" appears to be a real thing, although no one has done a randomised double blind crossover trial ( Google it) to prove it.
The good news is that it seems to be caused by using propyl and isopropyl nitrite rather than amyl ( AKA pentyl) or (Iso) butyl nitrite.
It is hard to find out what is in some of the bottles, eg Jungle Juice from Locker Room is high quality, but they seem to use propyl and amyl nitrites either pure or mixed, but they are all labelled with the catch-all term "alkyl nitrite".

There is at least one site, in France, which declares the contents, and which also supplies worldwide. (Google "popper supply France).

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