Wondering how to clean your vape tank? Then keep reading!
If you don’t take good care of your vape tank and allow it to become neglected, then you’re never going to get the best performance out of it. Build-up inside the tank will lower the flavor of your e-liquid and result in less vapor production. If you start to experience a burnt taste or less vapor production, then it could be a sign that it’s time to give your vape tank a good clean. In the following guide, we’ll break down how to clean your concentrate or dry herb tank.
If you have a dry herb tank, then you’re in for a bit of luck because dry herb tanks are much easier to clean compared to concentrate tanks. The dry herb doesn’t stick to the sides of the tank as much as concentrates do and it doesn’t leak everywhere. While cleaning dry herb tanks isn’t as tedious as concentrates it’s still going to take a little effort.
If you don’t keep on top of the cleaning of your dry herb tank sediment can build up inside it. This excess sediment can restrict the airflow of your tank and effect not only the vapor production and flavor but also ruin your dry herb.
When it comes to concentrate vape tanks, you’ll have a little harder work ahead of you when it comes time to clean. Concentrate vape tanks generally collect less loose material compared to dry herb vape tanks, but what they do collect is much harder to clean. The gunk can be quite stubborn to remove and even become crystalized over time. If it starts getting harder to draw on your concentrate vape tank, then it’s time to give it a good clean.
Isopropyl alcohol is great for removing any stubborn residue, but the best approach is to clean your vape tanks frequently to avoid them getting too dirty.
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