A month into mixing. My setup is in the kitchen.
Flavors are on lucite shelves on the inside of an upper kitchen cabinet drawer. Figure I can get about 80 flavorings before I gotta do the other door.
They stay in place when the door opens and closes with a 12 AWG Stainless wire wrapped on a couple screws I front of each shelf. Even used my coil wrap 0.40 tool for the wraps.
Lower two shelves are for local PG / VG / Nic / Bottle storage and batch steep. Shelf is a 5 tier job I got off amazon. The liter bottles of PG / VG are kept on shelves in the pantry. Bulk nic is in the freezer. I have A 60 ml eye dropper bottle of 100mg in the cabinet and refill that from the freezer as needed.
Nice part is I can shut the door and it all vanishes, and the stuff stays in the dark.
Heated mag stirrer with temp probe. Use the beaker as a bath and stir right in the 60 ml dropper bottles. Keep the temp Probe in the bath so I can stir caps on if I want. Stirrer has timer as well and will shut down the heater after the timer expires. Once it reaches whatever preset temp I want it'll hold that indefinitely +/- 2-3 degrees. Above that on the counter is the Ptouch for labels. Best part of PTouch labels is they are waterproof and the bottles can be washed with them on without the print running and when you remove the labels they do not leave any residue.
Label detail. Name, PG/VG/Nic, Mix Date.
Work in progress but it's at least semi organized and I can keep the flavors right over the counter where I have my scale and mixer and they're alphabetized.
These were a bunch of Single Flavor Tests I did over the last couple days.
Above the cabinet I keep the raw boxes of empty 60 ml eye droppers. Below the cabinet is storage for all my Sodastream mixing stuff (I Diy those as well).