How to Clean Your Vape Mods
Posted on May 05 2019
When you buy a new vaporizer, it is a huge investment and you need to make sure you do routine maintenance to keep your equipment in good working order. Regular cleaning keeps your vaporizer sanitary and prevents residual build-up that will eventually prevent it from working properly. Once you have practiced cleaning your vaporizer a few times, you’ll discover it only takes a few minutes of your time.
Whether you have a basic Cartomizer or a Sub-Ohm tank you are going to want this to last awhile and you are going to expect the same performance all the time. I have learned with all style of tanks that they will leak. The coil can only soak up so much and then eventually the ejuice seeps to the bottom part of the tank or on a cartomizer — the actual 510 pin on the ego battery.
With the cartomizer and ego battery setups, you simply wipe off the ejuice that collected on the 510 pin and your good to go. Sub-Ohm tanks are a whole new ball game and this is where I learned something new.
After which I then grab my parts out of the small bowl of hot water one by one and blow dry these as well. I wait about 10 minutes or so for the parts to cool off. Once I’ve done this I put in a new coil and juice up and I’m good to go.
To clean off a tip, just remove it from the rest of the device. Run hot water over it, and wipe down with a soft cloth while making sure you scrub all the nooks and crannies. If you want to be extra careful, dab a tiny bit of rubbing alcohol on a cloth and apply gently, then rinse with water. The ethanol will kill off almost all bacteria, and you’ll be good to go.
Easy, simple, less cost make a better vaping experience with your reusable atomizer. If you have any further doubt or cleaning method, please let us know without hesitation.