When you use a vaping device to help you quit smoking, you want to ensure vaping is as pleasurable an experience as possible to ensure you stick with it and do not return to smoking. One of the best ways to enhance your vaping experience is by keeping your vaping device clean and cleaning it regularly, including the tank and coil you use. There are various ways you can clean your vaping device and different materials you can use. Below are some options you can use to help clean your vape tank and coils and ensure your vaping device tastes delicious every time you use it.
Taking Your Vape Device Apart
First, turn off your vaping device, remove the battery if possible, and start disassembling it to make it easier to clean. You can get a small bowl to put all the parts in you will clean, and you must remember how it comes apart and goes back together, so it is worth taking a video of you disassembling your vaping device. Once your vaping device is in pieces, you can try cleaning it in various ways that may suit it, depending on how dirty it is, and some of the options are listed below.
A Standard Clean
If your vaping device is relatively clean and it is not long since you last cleaned it, it can be much simpler to clean it, and you can use water to do the job. It is best to use warm or hot water, as hot as you can stand, which will make cleaning the vape tank and coil much easier. Let the parts soak in warm water for half an hour before you rinse them under the tap, and wipe everything with a soft cloth. You can use a paper towel to dry the parts and let them sit to thoroughly air dry before you reassemble and start using your vaping device.
Rinsing Them In PG
PG, its proper name being propylene glycol, is a primary ingredient of e-liquids, but you can also use it to clean your vaping device. As easy as it is to buy vape liquid, UK residents can also purchase PG to make vape juice at home or clean their vaping device. You cannot use VG (vegetable glycerine), the other primary ingredient to vape juice, and you will need to fill a bowl or jar with enough PG to submerge your vaping device parts. Let them soak for a couple of hours before removing and rinsing them thoroughly, and once completely dry, you can reassemble your vaping device and get back to vaping happily.
An Ultrasonic Cleaner
If you have access to one, you can use an ultrasonic cleaner to clean the parts of your vaping device and remove all e-liquid residue before reassembling it. An ultrasonic cleaner is usually used to clean jewellery and precious metals, but it also effectively cleans the residue off your vaping device. Fill the cleaner with water and place your device parts inside, add a few drops of dishwashing liquid, and your vaping device parts will be sparkling clean in less than 10 minutes.