You’ve got a new flavour, you love it and you’ve been vaping like a steam train. The result? Your coil is burning out quicker than ever. Coils aren’t expensive to replace, however, if you are away and in need of a coil ASAP, or if you are just trying to cut down on your spending then it might be a good idea to know how to clean your coils.
Cleaning coils will save you money and from that nasty burnt coil taste. This method of cleaning vape coils can be used on pretty much all coil heads on the market at the moment.
This depends on a number of factors, including:
Here’s how to clean your vape coils to get them tasting a little fresher, even when they’re on their last legs:
Cleaning your vape coils could well get an extra week or two out of them. A coil that is gunked up is going to reduce the flavour and vapour production, it can even make your vape taste burnt.
Keeping good coil hygiene will, therefore, prevent you from having to keep buying coils when actually, maybe they just need a good clean!
If you have cleaned your coil properly and you are still noticing a reduction in flavour and vapour, then it might be time for a new coil. Coils generally last around 2 weeks, depending on how much you vape and how you take care of them. When you install your new coil, make sure you take care of it, avoiding dry hits and gunk build up and it should last a little longer.