05-14-2012, 11:13 AM
@ JavaJunkie u used this method on cartos? Have u still been doing it? I thought this was just for attys? Thanks!
05-17-2012, 01:28 AM
Anyone know how long atomizers last?
05-18-2012, 08:59 PM
i'm getting vinegar and baking soda asap as 10 weeks into vaping on my g6 my cartos are all clogged up with juice
05-22-2012, 11:32 PM
I saw a YouTube video where a lady would take the atty out of the ego-c and pop the pointed end off with a small screwdriver at the two slots on the pointy side that pierces the tank. Then she took the main body of the atty into a pair of pliers and heated it over a stove burner until the inside coil glowed and then rinse it with water and repeat until all of the build up on the coil was burnt off and a clean coil and reassemble. I didn't like the tap water she used but I could use a reverse osmosis tap I have at my sink. I also don't know if heating the coil and dramatically cooling it would effect the coil in a good or bad way??? But it seamed to crystallize the build up on the atty coil that could cause hot spots on the atty coil eventually severing the coil. Has anyone heard of or found this method to be effective on the ego-c joyetech type A atty???
05-22-2012, 11:35 PM
Oh... By the way...the Baking Soda idea sounds so awesome...and i will have to try the lemon juice as well!!! Thanks for the tip.