The "mixing deck" is rather small so I have to clean up after every recipe. That's because I hated how my place looked like the Breaking Bad RV. There were clusters of small bottles everywhere, looking like some kind of weird fungus was spreading around the place...
The orange TEA-box used to hold all of Tom's E-juice Aromas a long time ago. Well, it seems a long time ago but it was last year really. Now it can only hold my TPA 10mls
I don't see many people rebottling their aromas into glass bottles. It's a bit of work initially but well worth it, especially if you live in a warm climate. My house used to smell like a candy shop named Happy Little Accidents but now people barely notice anything beyond the smell of whatever I'm chain vaping atm. Brown glass and good caps with an LDPD inlay really keep contents inside.
If I store finished liquids in those, they will not "steep" at all and remain as pale as a fresh batch. (Since steeping is a process that doesn't need air or light, it's probably the breathing that does the biggest part of the ripening process). The reason I'm mentioning this while we're talking aroma storage is because it illustrates the difference of glass vs plastic quite well: