Just as a reference, I cleaned three atomizers, and three cartridges with isopropyl alcohol,and left the alcohol to evaporate.
The following picture is what the alcohol removed:
Please notice the existence of apparently congealed semi solids. This is one of the reasons I heavily recommend using isopropyl alcohol as a cleaning solvent.
Here's both the atomizer maintenance video, and cartridge cleaning and sterilization
[CENTER][LEFT]I print these, ten to a sheet of paper when double sided, and give them out when asked about my vaping. Feel free to rip off my idea. :-) Also, pic attached for formatting.[/LEFT]
[CENTER]Pocket Guide to Personal Vaporizers[/CENTER]
[CENTER][CENTER](also known as PVs or electronic cigarettes)[/CENTER]
PVs are non-tobacco devices which produce
I had my first encounter today with someone whose view has been skewed by media coverage on the e-cig.
I stopped in at my local CVS to buy some nail decals to decorate my batteries and cartos with, since I wanted something unique and easy to tell my cartos apart at a glance. When I went to the counter, I looked over all of the tobacco and tobacco cessation products. I was able to look for a while, since there was a line.
When it was my turn at the checkout, I asked the
[I][FONT=Georgia][SIZE=3]We all have our favorite PV's, mods and juices that we recommend on a regular basis. Whether it's the new person here on the forum or someone out in the world, the curiosity about vaping and the number of vapers seems to be growing. We vapers love it when someone new comes into the fold and gives up analogs, but like all forms of technology, it doesn't seem to be for everyone. There is a learning curve to vaping and there are going to be some people who just either can't
Well, late last evening I did a little math an figured out I had been off of tobacco for exactly 8 months. And I got a little emotional...
I'm not sure why I would be emotionally effected by it so deeply, but I was. This old dude cried, and then announced on ECF IRC that it had been "8 Months"- and I did so with pride.
I had smoked from the age of 14. And for those that aren't going to do the math- that's 30 years. When I quit I was smoking between 3 and 4