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How To Clean Vape Tank and Coil


When you are a pro vaper, you must know how to clean the vape tanks and coils. You need to take the coil out carefully and then clean it. However, ensure you don’t use any harsh chemical for cleaning tanks and coils as it can damage these. To know more please visit – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: How To Clean Vape Tank and Coil

How to Clean Vape Tank Coil
A clean vape is the simplest way to get optimal
performance. Although the ingredients of vape
juice will generally not stain your equipment,
residue will accumulate, and the build-up will
affect the performance of your vape tanks.
Vegetable glycerine and some darker e-juice
flavorings are notorious for gunking up coils, as
are most of the sweeteners used in e-juice
manufacturing. A gunked up coil will have lower
flavor and vapor production and make vape taste
burnt. Even if you change the coil head, the
flavoring from the last juice might still be
lingering in your device. This is true for
tobacco, coffee and more.
The standard rinse
If your tank is relatively clean, warm water
works well. Take the tank apart, separating the
parts. Place each part under running water,
drying them with a piece of towel. Let them air
dry afterward until no water or condensation is
visible. If your tank hasnt been cleaned for a
while, you might have to add an extra step. Take
the cup and fill it with water. Place it in the
microwave for about two minutes. Rinse the parts
of the tank to get the process started. Take it
out the cup from the microwave and place the
disassembled tank inside of it. Let it sit, until
the water cools down, then give your tank one
last rinse under the sink. Use a paper towel to
gently and carefully dry your tank. Place it
aside until completely dry. You can also use a
blow dryer to speed up the process, but too much
heat can potentially damage your O-rings.
The PG rinse
Instead of water, you can soak your tank in
propylene glycol. Simply fill up a bowl or cup
with your PG, and let your disassembled tank sit
there for an hour or two. Dont use VG, as that
would make cleaning your tank more difficult,
since its a much thicker liquid. Once your vape
tank is done soaking in PG, stand it up on a
napkin and let it drip dry. This method is
excellent for getting out that leftover flavor,
as propylene glycol is an excellent flavor
The cleaning agent rinse
If you want even better results, you can use some
simple household items to give your tank a deeper
cleaning. Take care to rinse them thoroughly
after application and let your tank sit to get
dry. Baking soda- is a good cleaning agent that
can be used to get tanks sparkling
again. Ethanol, aka grain alcohol, is yet another
highly effective substance for cleaning. Dont
get this confused with Isopropyl alcohol which
should not be used on the inside of your
tank. Vinegar-is a highly acidic cleaning agent
but must be thoroughly rinsed to prevent its
smell from lingering. Cheap Vodka- is not a
household item, but chances are you can find it
at the grocery store. It will do the job and
wont cost you much. Some vapers prefer using a
little bit of dish soap or lemon juice with water
How to clean your coils
Cleaning coils is a little less straight forward.
Replaceable coils in come in two types coil
heads for vape tanks, which are encased in a
small metal chamber that contain an absorbent
wick and coils for rebuildable, which require
the user to install and wick. The approach to
cleaning the two types is vastly different. You
must clean rebuildable coils and replaceable
coils properly.
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