Keeping Vaporizer Mod Tanks Clean
Vaping has become a popular past time for individuals who are have quit smoking, or just a hobby for people who like the culture and the various flavor available. Whether you’re an experienced vaper who has been tapped into the vape MOD pulse for a while, or you’re so new you don’t know the difference between an e-cigarette and a vape kit, we’re here to help. Below is a great way to clean your vape tank so you can keep it going for as long as possible without accidentally vaping the unwanted residue that tends to build up.
The first thing you need to keep in mind is that cleaning your vape MOD tanks can be a bit of an undertaking. This isn’t something you should rush, because you need a little bit of time to complete each step. That being said, let’s get started.
Cleaning Your Tanks Step-by-Step
You’re going to be cleaning each component of the vape MOD tanks with warm water, so fill up a small bowl and set it aside. You can add vinegar, ethanol, or raw propylene glycol if you want to really break up anything that has been building up on your tank. Then you should detach the tank from the MOD so you aren’t accidentally firing her up while trying to clean everything. At this point you can either toss or save any remaining vape juice, but that’s up to you. Once the juice is taken care of you can place each of the tank parts in the bowl of water, then go through and wash each part by hand. Soaking can be done in ten minutes, or you may choose to soak each of the parts overnight to really ensure you get a good clean going.
Dry each part with a towel, and then set all the pieces out so they can completely air dry. Once all the parts of your vape MOD are dry, it’s time to reassemble. During disassembly, it’s important to keep track of small pieces, and make sure you take good care of your O-rings. Some tanks have two O-rings while some have three, so double-check to make sure you got all of the O-rings and they haven’t been damaged in the process.
A good thing to note is that you should not soak or wash your atomizer head. This is the part can be bought preassembled or you can make the coils yourself. If your atomizer is still good, just set this part aside while you clean the rest. Otherwise, discard it and put a new one in once the rest of the tank has been properly washed.
How Often Should You Clean Your Vape Tanks?
Cleaning should be done on a regular basis, ideally whenever you switch flavors. If, however, you’re hooked on one flavor and you don’t see yourself switching anytime soon, you can elect to clean your vape MOD whenever you have to change out your atomizer. Regular cleaning, especially if you use a weed vaporizer and use indoor strains, it keeps your MOD in top-notch condition, and it also ensures that whatever vape flavor you’re working with tastes as pure as it possible can.