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Hacks909

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Get Shredded!
Does anyone preload their syringe for the week or month? Is it bad if it’s done?
 

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Hmmmm so I can’t say it’s great lol. I know that when I have done this the rubber stopper has deteriorated to the point where there were chunks of the stopper in the syringe. Obviously I chucked the preloaded ones i had and learned a lesson not to do that. I’m not sure if it was solvent in the gear that did this…

Ive also heard of guys doing this with success. So I’m not really saying either way not to do this or to do it… I’m merely just giving you my experience with it.
 

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I just preloaded a whole vial of test. Today was first pin, no issues in there yet. I'll update on wether they make it or not LOL I'm sure oil used to make gear matters, syringe quality, time in there etc.
 

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Hmmmm so I can’t say it’s great lol. I know that when I have done this the rubber stopper has deteriorated to the point where there were chunks of the stopper in the syringe. Obviously I chucked the preloaded ones i had and learned a lesson not to do that. I’m not sure if it was solvent in the gear that did this…

Ive also heard of guys doing this with success. So I’m not really saying either way not to do this or to do it… I’m merely just giving you my experience with it.
Yeah, I don’t want that to happen. It would be a waste.
 

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I preload every Friday for the whole week. Pin ed. The only time I had a problem was when I was trying to rush and was going through the stopper to fast. Got a couple chunks of the stopper in one syringe.

Other then that you are gtg for sure.
 

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Never! Loading a syringe only takes a few minutes. Imo not worth the potential risk of the rubber being disintegrated by solvents in gear

I didn't choose the swolle life, the swolle life chose me ~ Wesley Swolle
 

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You can get away w it short term however what is known as "leeching" is proven in studies.

Chemicals, rubber, plastic will "leech" into the compound. Causing toxicity.

Wesley is right. Do it the right way and stop taking shortcuts fellas.
 

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The solvents will leach into the rubber on the plunger..Like someone said before. Not worth it.. Just draw and fire.
 

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I like to preload for the day before. The only other time I preload is when I take vacations.
 

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I've never had the stopper Disintegrate inside the syringe.

I've preloaded about 1,000 over the years and this has never happened to me once.

Never get pip, lumps nothing.
 

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I have been pre loading for years. Never knew about this.
 

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If I pre load it’s the night before so I can pin first thing in the morning, that’s the longest I go because of the potential risks.
 

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Sust redijects are an example on why this can be done, and its also an example of why they used GLASS and a thicker/more durable plunger made from the same contents as the rubber stopper..
The plungers in pre-filled, prefillable, heparin flush, saline flush or insulin syringes are not effected with prefilling because they are designed for this - but this depends on what drug is being used.. Solvents are VERY, VERY HARSH.

If anyone here has ever squeeze their own juice, they would know why it's not advisable. What I mean, why do you think they use Glass Beakers and/or glass rods when brewing, or why it's best to use a GLASS vacuum suction filter filtration kit, in lieu of the plastic ones? After just one filtration in the plastics ones you can feel the tackiness of the interior of the plastics, it gets sticky because it degraded, also this is why the final product is held in a glass media storage bottle or glass flask.. Solvents are added after filtration, but my point is if someone did a second pass for safe measures, you'll see exactly what solvents are capable of doing..

So, Why not spend the money and get PREFILLABLE syringes?
Use glass syringes.. BD makes them, people can find them on amazon..
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