Any vaper knows that one cost associated with quality vaping is replacement coils. However, the best vapers in the game have discovered that cleaning vape coils on a regular basis can extend the life of your coils, improve the flavor of your vape, and cut the costs of vaping long term.How to Clean Coils the Right Way

 If you want to learn how to clean vape coils like a pro, here’s what you need to know:

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Quick Swabbing

Many people elect to give their coils a quick swabbing at the end of every day with a q-tip. This process takes only a few minutes, but it can help knock off any residue that built up during the day before it dries out and hardens. Allowing residue to stay on your coils for too long is what causes them to change colors and burn out in the end. All you have to do is use a q-tip with a tiny bit of water or alcohol on it to gently rub down your coils. If you are going to be switching flavors, you can also do this before you re-wick to make the switch.

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Soaking  & Washing Your Vape Coils

If you want a more intensive vape coil cleaning, you can opt to soak your coils instead. Soaking your coils in warm water or clear alcohol overnight will break up residue and get into all the nooks and crannies. This is a great way to clean up your coils if you have not been swabbing them nightly. However, there are some cons to soaking as well.

For instance, if you are using an atomizer with cotton inside, soaking the cotton will make it harder to soak up e-liquid, even after you let the cotton dry. This means that you will get less flavor and vapor out of the atomizer afterward. Thus, it is best to soak coils only if they can be soaked independent of the wick. Also, you always want to allow your coils to dry completely and take a quick dry fire or two to burn off any excess water or alcohol from the soaking before you vape.

When to Replace Your vape Coils

Ultimately, all coils will burn out, even if you clean them well. When the coil has permanently changed color and continues to taste burnt even after cleaning, it is time to replace it altogether. There’s no use putting it off at this point.

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That’s really all it takes to learn how to clean vape coils. The process is not complicated, but you should be aware that cleaning your coils is not a permanent fix for replacement. Even with cleaning they will wear down and need replacing eventually. Visit VaporFi for a full selection of coils.

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