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Breaking Bad (Poppers)

I am tired of hunting for good poppers and playing cloak and dagger games around quality.  I am hoping to break the cycle of bad poppers, hence the name of the post.

So I have grown used to the poppers from US Pop Shop. ¬†That’s too bad as they have nice stuff. ¬†I read somewhere that it’s best to alternate between the popper chemistry. ¬†The basic concept is that there are three alcohols that can be reacted to form a nitrite. ¬†The nitrite acts as a powerful vasodilator with a short acting duration.

So let’s talk chemistry. ¬†There are three types of poppers in broad brush:

Amyl Nitrite – This is a controlled substance in the US and requires a prescription. ¬†It was reclassified in the late 1960s by people who didn’t like others having fun.

Isobutyl Nitrite – This is one of the formulations out there.

IsoPropyl Nitrite – this it the other common formulation.

Each of these is made by reacting an alcohol with nitric acid to perform a nitrition. ¬†This is different from a Nitration, but still basic organic chemistry. ¬†It’s worth noting that care must be exercised as Nitric Oxide is a by product which is toxic and causes delayed chemical pneumonia. ¬†Translation it can kill or sicken you seriously.

Isopropyl alcohol, Isobutyl Alcohol, or Pentanol (aka Amyl-N Alcohol) can be used.  Each has slightly different evaporation and vaporization qualities.

There have also been CycloHexo Nitrite and other short lived chemicals that have similar impacts but less desirable side effects such as intense headaches. ¬†It’s worth pointing out that some sources claim poppers cause vision deficits and headaches. ¬†Yes, probably under some circumstances. ¬†The primary affect is that they relax smooth muscles which is why they are vasodilators. ¬†They lower blood pressure by enlarging the blood vessels. ¬†Yes this could aggravate underlying physiological issues in the eyes or brain. ¬†As with all items, different ones impact people differently.

As this is basic organic chemistry there are a variety of ways to cause the reaction.  The most economical appears to be this:

30 ml of distilled water, 30 mg of sodium nitrite (saturated sodium nitrite solution)

30 ml of alcohol of choice (which ever flavor you want to make)

chill to zero and titrate (drip) Sulfuric acid (battery acid) in while stirring vigorously.

What happens is the sulfuric acid attacks the sodium nitrite to form nitric acid…. which then attacks the alcohol to form X-nitrite where X is whatever alcohol you used. ¬†The by products are heat, a nitrite and an unusable mixture of leftover chemicals.

It also produces some Nitric Oxide which is an orange toxic gas. ¬†Toxic means it could kill you so it’s important to wear gloves a respirator/mask/eye protection and work with plenty of ventilation.

Now, it’s mostly frowned upon legally to make these for consumption as inhalants. ¬†However, they are powerful solvents and are capable of removing most contaminants with no residue from electronic items such as video heads, circuit boards etc. ¬†There are apparently also some uses in biochemistry for slide preparation involving the removal of water. ¬†So from here on out we will be discussing Nitrites in the scope of using them to clean electronics and decontaminate grease from labware. ¬†These industrial/technical uses remain legal in the United States.

Interestingly the compounds are reasonably unstable and should be stored in small bottles and kept cold for maximum preservation.  A deep freeze is an excellent place to keep them.  Small 5 ml bottles can be sourced from AliExpress for approximately 30 cents each.  This is an ideal size because a small amount of solvent can be consumed and discarded as needed for each session where it is needed.

A batch size as described above yields about 30ml of product.  This can then be cleaned with Glycerin which produces an ultra pure compound with no contaminants.  Commercially produced products often cut a corner here and use alcohol or kerosene both of which irritate the skin if contact happens to occur.

Batch costs, using materials sourced on eBay and or Amazon point to batches of approximately $3 to $5 which nets out to about 60 to 80 cents per 5ml container.  This cost analysis ignores the cost of labware and equipment such as graduated cylinders, beakers, stirrers, scales, and lab stands.  Allowing for extras in case you drop one, about $200 worth of labware is required to produce your own cleaners in-house.  It appears to be a very straight forward ROI against commercially obtained cleaners of varying quality and age.

My research pointed to there being one or two manufacturers who bottle the solvents in 500ml industrial containers which are then rebottled by various brands and sold for room odorizers and video head cleaners, etc.  US Pop shop claims to make their own and they probably do.

I still think it’s critically important for my expirements to have known quality solvents to clean my electronics with.

Once all the bits accumulate I will share what I learn.  Please keep in mind that it is illegal to sniff or otherwise consume these.  My article is not intended to encourage this activity.  I suspect that many of you who find this article are discerning videophiles, have specific scent preferences, or just want the best solvent to remove highly flouridated grease contamination.  All things that these solvents excel at.

My favorite lube – Wet Uranus

Here is a link to my favorite lube for getting my hole fucked and bred.  It comes in several sizes and here is why you might want to buy each one.

The 3.1 oz is my go-to size for going to the baths or keeping out for playtime with a trick. ¬†The cap usually leaks a bit, but tricks aren’t likely to dump the whole damn bottle out.

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I like to refill from the 8.9 ounce bottle. ¬†If I leave this size out tricks will accidentally dump too much out… and at $28/bottle that’s not fun.

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Lately, I have been buying the 15.7oz¬†bottle with the pump. ¬†I find this to be faster than the 8.9 ounce and a bit easier to dispense. ¬†I rarely spill this one. ¬†Just a few pumps to top up my bottle and I’m good to go. ¬†As a bonus it’s a bit cheaper than buying the 8.9 oz bottle.

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Some folks complain about washing this off, the simple solution is dawn dish detergent. ¬†I like the orange scented personally, but any of them will work. ¬†I buy this at WalMart, several bottles at a time… but you can also get it delivered from Amazon.

[amazonjs asin=”B002738J74″ locale=”US” title=”Dawn Ultra Concentrated Antibacterial Hand Soap Dishwashing Liquid, Orange Scent, 21.6 fl. oz. (Pack of 2)”]

I use two different dispensers for the soap.  A Simple Human in the shower:

[amazonjs asin=”B002YNQX16″ locale=”US” title=”simplehuman Wall Mount Pumps, Triple 15 fl. oz. Shampoo & Soap Dispenser, Stainless Steel”]

and a hand soap automated dispenser at the sink:

[amazonjs asin=”B00A20VOPI” locale=”US” title=”simplehuman 8 oz. Sensor Pump with Soap Sample, Brushed Nickel”]

Brown Bottles in a Brown Box

Those of you who read regularly know I ordered some poppers from last week. ¬†I was really pleased when they showed up in the mail. ¬†Now, I hate that they use fucking styrofoam peanuts which seem to go everywhere but in the trash……but the order arrived with no issues.

I can’t help but think they are new to this because they don’t bag anything…. they just toss it in the box with peanuts. ¬†This makes it a PITA to fish the bottles out of the foam. ¬†Sigh.

On the bright side, I ordered 10 bottles and received 13. ¬†I always enjoy getting more than I bargained for. ¬†I’m really fond of their 5ml bottles which are 5 for $22. ¬†They do $6 flat rate shipping and there are no stupid labels. ¬†The bottles are pretty easy to open and their stuff is so much nicer than everywhere else I’ve ordered from.

Little brown bottles of fun

Poppers are a near necessity for getting fucked. ¬†They loosen your ass and for tops that can stay hard, they intensify the orgasm. ¬†I’m sure you could do it without them, but it makes it so much more amazing. ¬†In some ways you could say my talents as a bottom were first discovered through the art of using poppers while enjoying a thick cock.

Finding them on the other hand is a whole other headache. ¬†So I’ll talk a little about them and my experience.

First, the storage myth. ¬†This myth says you have to keep them in the freezer or they will go bad. ¬†There is some truth that if they are left open they will absorb moisture and go bad. ¬†Keeping them in the freezer could help, but in my experience it doesn’t. ¬†I keep them in a drawer and toss them when they smell fruity.

Second, the source myth. ¬†I swear that 99% of poppers are the same damn thing in the same damn bottle with different labels and colored caps on them. ¬†The one big difference is price… you pay more at a local adult store and less when you order on line. ¬†I nearly busted up laughing yesterday when I was at the baths and saw a big bottle for $35. ¬†Okay, a 10ml bottle lasts me a while, wtf do you do with a 30 ml bottle? ¬†get the whole room buzzing by dumping it out?

I have two primary places I can recommend. ¬†First, I have ordered for several years from what is currently ¬†In the past they have been on different domains. ¬†Nice, reliable, quick shipping, and average to good stuff. ¬†Good pricing as well. ¬†The only headache is he has been having problems with credit cards and is check or money-order only now. ¬†I’m not sure if he can stay in business like that.

So that prompted me to search for a new vendor and I stumbled on someone even better with much higher quality. ¬† They make their own stuff and it’s different in a good way and much stronger. ¬†They also offer a 5ml bottle which is just right. ¬†I buy the 5 pack for $22 and $6 of shipping. ¬†ūüôā ¬†I ordered a set of 5 bottles from them so I could test them against my standard “PWD” brand stuff. ¬†Wow, night and day difference and I really missed it when it ran out. ¬†It’s smoother and stronger than other varieties. ¬†They promise that everything is Isobutyl Nitrite. ¬†Whatever it is, it’s good stuff. ¬†ūüôā