Hello folks, still very new to vaping and these forums as well, so forgive me if these questions seem very noobish or if they have already been answered (a search didn't turn up anything).
First Question: Is it possible to over-charge and thus damage or destroy e-cig batteries? Specifically, I have 2 650 mah Halo Triton batteries (ego style) and I have several AW IMR 18650 and 18350 batteries that I can charge on an XTAR WP2. Just wondering if these batteries or ones like them have overcharge protection. The only time I ever seem to get to charge this stuff is at night when I go to sleep, so they will sit there for a good 7 hours on most nights.
Second Question: I just got my first dripping atomizers (3.0 ohm from Volcano for my new Lavatube 2.5) and I have more coming in from smartvapes.com with are 3.0 and 1.8 ohm I believe. I've never used these before, so I want to know how I can clean these to get rid of the primer fluid and also in case I want to use a different juice on the same atomizer. Is there a special cleaning method or can I run these under water and then gently towel dry? Do I just dry burn them until everything is burned off (seems like the wrong thing to do)
Thanks for any help!