Originally Posted by AndriaD
Originally Posted by Buggainok
I am one that just drops my used coils in a glass of warm water to soak for a couple of hours. Then I rinse and let them air dry thoroughly. I haven't gotten into dry burning the coils either. I don't like taking things apart and fiddling with them, but that's just me.
The ones that I soak/clean that way last quite a while. They only cost about $1, so I just replace them when they don't work well.
When I think of what I spent on 2 packs of cigarettes a day, replacing a $1 coil
Last week I read a cool post about a Low Cost Mod (LCM).
So I broke my primary Mod last week, then lost my backup on Fri while walking the dogs in (hopefully the seasons last) snowfall. By the time I know for certain I have lost it, it is too late to run out and replace it - and I am too tight to really want to, if I can avoid it. I just recently read the LCM Update
Originally Posted by Keeferes
As a new Vaper myself, I spent hours upon hours searching for this information. Many questions were asked and many links were given to me. Those links, and question answers are all here. This is a list for basic direction, but does include some liquid discussion, supplier discussion, etc. This is designed for the basic over and over again questions with the same links usually provided, but just put in one place easy to find. I tried as hard as I could to credit the author of each link. None of this
Next we Very Carefully install the Chimney tube. Avoid shifting the wick. A tiny bit of twist will not hurt, but you do not want to be poking around trying to reposition things.
Take one last look and tighten the tuck if needed then install the tube.
Next we add the Nest
Take your second piece of Cotton strip (Removing a tiny layer may be helpful) and roll in palms like the first.
Shape this rolled piece around the inside of the chimney
......Unroll a cotton Ball and cut a length to the Base Diameter.
Cut this piece along the length into 3 strips. Only 2 will be used.(I set the larger<oops> cut aside)
Roll one piece in your palms to shape the wick. Working carefully, twist the cotton shaping one end into a point. Dampen the point to aid in threading into the coil.
Feed Point through coil and with a continuous twisting motion