Vape Tanks 101: Easy to use and Maintain
This post we will discuss vape tank 101 topic, how to maintain your vape tank?
As we know, newbie chooses vape tank due to easy use and maintain.
Vape Tanks are easier to use simply because they are user-friendly.
All you technically have to do is refill juice and replace coils when needed.
The level of expertise needed for a tank is beginner-intermediate and many regulated mods take away most of the danger of anything bad happening as long as you aren’t doing anything ridiculous.
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Just 3 Steps to Maintain Vape Tank
Vape Tanks are easier to use and maintain.
Most tanks consist of 3 general maintenance items that take less a minute or two each.
#1 Refilling the Vape Tank
Refilling the tank is the first, this takes about 20 seconds and it can get messy if you don’t have the right type of bottle.
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#2 Replace Coils for Your Vape Tank
Second maintenance item is all about Coils, properly replacing a coil and priming it takes about 3-5 minutes, and only has to be done once every 1-3 weeks depending on your vaping habits, type of juice, and brand/type of tank/coil.
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#3 Cleaning Out Vape Tank After Replace the Coils
The last maintenance item is cleaning, advanced vapers recommend cleaning out your tank everytime you replace the coils, sometimes when you refill juice, and when an abnormal amount of dead skin cells are stuck on the drip tip.
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