Your vaporizer should be cleaned regularly and maintained if you wish to prolong its usage time. With normal use it doesn’t take long for your vaporizer to get clogged up with buildup of your favorite strain. You can avoid future damage as well as added expenses to your vaoprizer’s coil, battery and tank. Eventually by not cleaning and maintaining your vaporizer the taste and effects of your marijuana will diminish with your vaped herb.
Why regular cleaning is important?
Keeping your vaporizer in top working condition will not only make it work well but extend it’s lifespan. When you vaporizer is working the vapor gets condensed, and sticky resinous sediment is created.
The more sediment that accumulates in the device, the slower it will work. The vapor quality will begin to drop, and the airflow will eventually get blocked. This guide will explain the step-by-step cleaning guide to keep your vaporizer working efficiently for a long time.
Quick and Simple Clean
- Fill a bowl with warm water
- Detach the tank
- Discard any e-liquid remaining in the tank
- Take the tank assembly apart as much as possible
- Soak all the elements in your bowl
- Wash tank components in water until clean, add a few drops of dish soap for stubborn stains
- Dry off each component with a microfiber cloth or small paper towel
- Let stand allow to air dry for 15 minutes
- Reassemble and refill the tank
Cleaning Vaporizers with 99% ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
- Remove tank from mod and discard any e-liquid remaining in the tank
- Completely disassemble your tank
- Dampen a cloth or a cotton bud with the alcohol, scrub any tough areas until the tank is completely clean
- Wipe and rinse with warm water
- Let stand allow to air dry for 15 minutes.
- Reassemble tank, device and refill tank
Avoid the Following
If your vaporizer has any parts that have a wood finish, avoid contact with the alcohol which could stain or discolor the parts.
Avoid using chlorine bleach, which will cause unpleasant odors and might cause your vaporizer to malfunction.
Do not immerse the head assembly or the coil in water or chlorine bleach. Immersing the coil in water will cause it to burn out. Use a small light brush or a slightly moist cloth towel with water to clean.