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Washing LRM's pentyl nitrite...

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Topic created by Nitritespecialist
on Thu, 4 Nov 2021 at 16:57

Nitritespecialist said on Thu, 4 Nov 2021 at 16:57...

I am usually hesitant to add any water to a finished nitrite, but it's proven to be highly beneficial to Locker Room's poppers. I have gotten over a month's use of those bottles in which I washed. This is while being stored at RT and being opened repeatedly. For example, I just hit my last 30 ml bottle of JJ Black, having only a few mls left, hard and it still has juice and a good odor. I stand amazed. Each and every time I think...it's going to be DOA this time for sure....but then it's not.

What I did was dump the whole 30 mls into a small clear glass jar and then add 10 mls of a saturated baking soda and salt solution. I swirl vigorously, discard the water solution and then repeat.

I then added a little anhydrous mag sulfate and swirled until it clumped. I then poured into a dry brown bottle and added anhydrous potassium carbonate and MS4 beads. It doesn't seem to matter the exact amount; although more might need to be added later if it starts to turn acidic.

It can take 3 days for the full effects to develop. And when it seems dead, more Kcarb and MS4 can be added. Then wait a few days to see if it's still potent.

Odor should be sharp, aromatic and somewhat nondescript.

Nitritespecialist said on Thu, 4 Nov 2021 at 18:20...

OMG.....I hit this last bottle as hard as I could....once again thinking, it's gotta be dead...OR at least weaker....but NO....it's stronger than an hour ago.

Imagine a professor riding a super King Dong, floppily bouncing, with his mouth hanging open, his eyes rolled back and a big goofy smile on his face.... That's exactly how this last session went down. Still sharp and aromatic. It's so pleasurable that it's hard to stay away from the bottle.

It wears off in less than 5 minutes, even after total immersion and no sense of it being too much to give it ago again. If this is n-amyl nitrite, I know exactly why it's 5 times the cost at TCI or Sigma Aldrich. It lasts forever with a good odor and the effects are amazing, especially when it's clean, aromatic and attains maximum volatility.

The Professor said on Thu, 4 Nov 2021 at 18:36...

hey, master, ken doesn't use pronouns.

if you're going to pretend to be him, at least don't contradict him

Popeye said on Fri, 5 Nov 2021 at 12:48...

You make it sound so simple, I tried to add potassium carb and molecular sieve but after a week the popper had been soaked up completely, I must of added to much.

Nitritespecialist said on Fri, 5 Nov 2021 at 16:42...

@Popeye....I would start with about 1/8th inch layer in bottom of bottle and a layer of MS4. You can add more later, after a few days, if it starts to smell acidic.

Nitritespecialist said on Fri, 5 Nov 2021 at 16:43...

Also, it seems to help if the contents of the bottle is periodically swirled, stirring up the Kcarb sediments.

The Professor said on Fri, 5 Nov 2021 at 19:33...


potassium carbonate is unnecessary if the bottle is going to be opened. It is a stabilizer for the sealed glass ampoules of Amyl nitrite; it prevents gas buildup in the vial so they don't explode on the shelf.

A Bottle has much thicker glass, and is going to be opened, so potassium carbonate is a waste of money.

here's how to neutralize:


Nitritespecialist said on Fri, 5 Nov 2021 at 23:05...

@Popeye...the Professor has never purchased LRM poppers, much less done anything to them to preserve them...so he is talking out of his ass.

I have purchased 10 bottles from LRM and I KNOW for a FACT that potassium carbonate made them last much longer...giving them a better odor and better effects. He speaks only about his home made crap that doesn't last at all no matter what you do to them...because they are too impure.

The Professor said on Fri, 5 Nov 2021 at 23:42...

The dude above, whomever he is (and we are so LUCKY t9o be here at the same time that he is, aren't we?), is talking nonsense again.

I think now that his intention is to get people to hate him; his 'interventions' are laughable, weak, and wrong.

LRM has decent product, I never said they didn't; I only say that any of the Pentyls are too weak for me.

and again, my product stays intact, much stronger than any of the amyl alcohols, and stays fresh for 3 months, or until evaporated (depending on how much one uses per session.

Compare to a weaker nitrite that the previous Kenny is agog over, and that needs to be re-washed and neutralized what, two, three times in a month?

and it wasn't 10 bottles, dude, if you're going to impersonate, do the research

Nitritespecialist said on Sat, 6 Nov 2021 at 01:41...

OMG.......it's a day later and I had an amazing session with my last LRM bottle. A small erotic thought will mushroom into something HUGE while the physical pleasure is far beyond normal and natural. This bottle has been opened for at least a month...stored at RT and opened and used often.

I absolutely am in a state of disbelief.

Nitritespecialist said on Sat, 6 Nov 2021 at 01:45...

I don't work for LRM nor do I get any type of compensation and I was on the fence about them and their cleaners a number of times. But the Professor has NEVER tried LRM, nor has he ever given a written assessment of them. So anything he states regarding them is second hand rubbish. The reason he thinks n-amyl nitrite is weak is because he's NEVER made any that was any good. It's always been impure garbage that he adds impure butyl nitrite to.

The Professor said on Sat, 6 Nov 2021 at 16:20...

That's not quite what I had in mind when I said 'if you're going to imitate Ken, at least do the research'

I didn't mean 'look up his posts and repeat what he says'.

That works be boring for us boring; all of his posts have been debunked, there's no entertainment value.

You can do better, don't we deserve it?

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