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Topic created by Altriak
on Tue, 18 Feb 2020 at 23:09

Altriak said on Tue, 18 Feb 2020 at 23:09...

Ehh so I had a previous thread somewhat related to this, but hopefully making a new thread as a continuation is fine. Anyways, so from what I gathered in this thread, there are a few manufacturers in the US. I know about PWD.
Does anyone know who the other manufacturers are? For example, who makes JJ brands in the US? I see that there's a website Diantresolutions.com on the bottle, but it just redirects to a regular solvents website. I'm also curious about other brands too. For example, I see a Black Magic 30 ml solvent being sold on some websites. I, guessing it might be difficult to state on here but if anyone has any leads I'd love to know.

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Madeplentypoppers said on Wed, 19 Feb 2020 at 21:01...

I doubt anyone makes n-butyl or n-amyl nitrite. You can buy those from chemical companies, but it will cost a pretty penny.

The ISO variety of poppers are not nearly as good.

Popeye said on Wed, 19 Feb 2020 at 21:17...

Madeplentyofpoppers , so if I can find some n butyl nitrite somewhere and buy it will it work just like poppers or do I need to add something?

Altriak said on Thu, 20 Feb 2020 at 02:59...

Well, I don't think I'm looking for the company that produces the raw source of these products. I suppose the better question is who distributes the final sealed bottles for shops to sell? There seems to be plenty of middle men, but I'm curious as to where these middle-men get their products.

Alex said on Fri, 21 Feb 2020 at 16:06...

IMO Double Scorpio has the best products! I ordered the black from www.popperpalace.com and it was intense

Vollmilch said on Sun, 23 Feb 2020 at 22:02...

these middle-men

Oh yes, them! The world is full of them in all areas of trade. In this case I suspect manufacturers prefer to go via known parties for distribution. Manufacture and distribution being two activities. I recall reading that Rush was / is actually manufactured by an entity called GLP (Great Lakes Products) and then distributed by Pac West DISTRIBUTION. Maybe that changed now.

Starburst_kid said on Wed, 26 Feb 2020 at 00:43...

Another great site, that also has a wide range of double Scorpio is popstopus.com for cheaper than the site listed above. I myself have ordered the emerald and the sapphire.
They have double Scorpio as well as a wide range of other poppers products, they also ship super fast

Mrbom said on Wed, 26 Feb 2020 at 19:07...

I live in Vietnam. I want to buy bulk poppers in the USA. I want to know about the best, best quality poppers site in USA. Can anybody help?

Firsttimer said on Mon, 2 Mar 2020 at 01:24...

@Madeplentypoppers you often state how superior n-butyl and n-amyl are - and I'm sure anyone who is lucky enough to experience them would agree - but unless one makes them themselves they seem impossible to find. Given that the consensus seems to be that Isobutyl is the next best to real amyl/isopentyl, wouldnt that be the best thing to get for the rest of us that have to buy? Avoiding isopropyl at all costs seems to be the other consensus as well

Frilly said on Wed, 4 Mar 2020 at 14:11...

real amyl/isopentyl

Firsttimer -- madeplentypoppers has also spoken of Locker Room products (Jungle Juice Plus and other ones) being the cream of the crop.
I agree. Just reading the bottle now i see PENTYL nitrite, so no ISO whatnot. They are made in Canada. I am an old gal and i remember amyl...can say not much difference to pentyl nitrite! Isobutyl on the other hand gives me terrible coughing fits (that's me)

Whoremonger from Hades said on Thu, 14 May 2020 at 03:11...

In my experience, if you see Delaware on the label, avoid. Always weak as fuck. If they're tall and round, avoid. Condom Sense shops sell them. Fortunately the store by me has others to choose from in addition to the ones saying made in Delaware.

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