Yo, what’s up fellow vapers? My name is Dan and I’m here to talk to y’all about cleaning your vaporizer. I know it ain’t the most exciting topic, but trust me, it’s important if you wanna keep getting that sweet, sweet high.
So listen up, starting off with the basics – when you first get your vaporizer, it’s all shiny and new. But after a while of using it, you’ll start to notice that it gets clogged up with the leftover remnants of your past sessions. It’s all good though, that’s just a part of the vape life. But if you don’t clean it out properly, you’re gonna run into some problems.
Let me break it down for ya. When you don’t clean your vape, all that buildup is gonna ruin the flavor of whatever herb you’re vaping next. And trust me, that ain’t gonna be pleasant. Plus, a dirty vape will work harder than it needs to, and eventually its heating element will get damaged. You don’t want that to happen – a clean vape equals clean vapor – simple as that.
So here are my three simple tips for cleaning your dry herb vaporizer:
1. Lightly clean after each use
After every sesh, use the small cleaning brush that comes with most vaporizers or something small enough to fit into the edges of your herb chamber to brush off any remains of your session. Pay extra attention to screens or mesh areas cuz that’s where residue buildup has the biggest impact on flavour. Turn the unit upside down and tap it on a table to remove any stubborn chunks of old weed. Do the same for the mouthpiece and if your vape has a removable battery, wipe it down too with a cloth or cotton bud. Don’t use water or wash your vape under the tap, otherwise that’ll just mess up the electrical components.
2. Use 99% isopropyl alcohol
Isopropyl alcohol is the best solution for cleaning your vape without damaging any parts or affecting your skin. Apply it to a cloth or cotton bud and clean around the rim of the herb chamber, any screens, and the mouthpiece. Focus on the mouthpiece cuz that’s where you put your mouth every time you vape. If your screens are removable, you can soak them in the isopropyl alcohol to get rid of stubborn residue. But don’t soak anything made of wood cuz that’ll just stain it.
3. Deep clean when switching strains
For a deep clean, take apart all removable parts and rub ‘em down with a cotton ball soaked in isopropyl alcohol. Don’t soak anything with silicone seals or rubber attached to it or else that’ll ruin it. Before loading up your herb chamber again, reassemble your vape and leave it on the highest temperature setting for 5 minutes to burn off any remaining cleaning solution. Make sure you do a deep clean when switching between strains so you can fully appreciate all the different flavors.
And there you have it folks, my guide to cleaning your vaporizer like a pro. You wanna show your vape some love so it can keep giving you those sweet highs for as long as possible. So go ahead and give your vape some TLC – happy vaping!