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    Hello, if i want to switch up juices to try another flavor then whats the best way to go about it? Also, should I switch heads everytime I change juices or can those be cleaned as well? Thanks.
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    I toss mine in a cup with warm water over night unless you use something like pluid or very dark you should be OK to just rinse and dry for a lil

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    Ok thanks. Does that go for the head as well or just the tank? Should I replace heads with a new flavor or can they been cleaned and reused as well?

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    Yes, that goes for the heads as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by blahzay View Post
    Hello, if i want to switch up juices to try another flavor then whats the best way to go about it? Also, should I switch heads everytime I change juices or can those be cleaned as well? Thanks.
    just soak it in vodka or any other unflavored higher proof alcohol, or even everclear...it takes out all the smell and cleans it very good. Just be careful with polycarbonate tanks with too high proof as it could damage it.
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    I run hot tap water up in it while holding a finger under the mouthpiece....then shake and rinse. I repeat this 6-7 times and then toss head and body in a rubbermaid container full of distilled water......after 20-30 min in distilled water I remove atty + body with tweezers and lay them on an old towel to dry (an hour or more).

    Haven't needed to dry burn at all yet.....no tap water contaminants left.
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    Either run hot water over/in everything as long as my hand can take it. Or let it all soak in hot water for an hour or so (or until I remember). Lay it all out and let it dry on a paper towel. Fill 're up and vape.

    I have used the same head for over 2 weeks so far.

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    I soak the tank and only the tank in 50/50 white distilled vinegar and water for 5 minutes and rinse, good to go! DO NOT PUT RUBBER GROMETS IN THIS SOLUTION!!!!
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    I just cleaned my T3s last night with vodka. Worked great & only took about 5 min plus dry time.

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    Be careful cleaning with vodka. I recommend a distilled water rinse afterwords since vaping alcohol can be very dangerous.

    I know the alcohol is a common practice but personally avoid the risk.

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