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How do you clean your mod?
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Mr. Bubble in a champagne bath with imported scented candles.
I have an Ego Twist with a standard 510 atomizer...
And I clean it by vaping with it.
I am assuming you meant a stainless steel mod or something like that?
I don't "clean my mod" per se ... I wipe down the 510 connector on both the tank and the mod when I fill it back up. Periodically I also rinse off the tank parts then soak them about 1/2 a day in Everclear, wipe them off, and that's it. I do inspect the battery tube, and if there is anything in it, blow it out with compressed air.
Pretty simple, so I'm sure I'm doing it wrong!
I wash it under a running faucet. i do take the battery out. That's it.
LOL ... Now that's the way to do it. Is it wrong to be jealous of a mod?
Zoe, let's clean our mods together, I'll bring the Smirnoff, come as you are
Sonic jewelry cleaner for all my mechanical mods and rebuildable drippers
Seriously, though, I clean my stainless and brass with special cloths designed to polish the respective metals and I clean the connectors with 99% alcohol on cotton swabs. I have PGA to soak tank parts in and I can actually run everything through a sterilizer if I want to jump into germaphobia but I guess I'll stop short of that....lol
Polishing clothes and Noalax for the threading to the battery caps to finish the process and there we are.
I have a blog on my ProVari maintenance technique. The ProVarinati also refer to it as, "The Ritual of Cleansing".
If you wanna know more, click on the number next to "Blog Entries" under my Avatar.
Yes a mech mod. I dint know if cleaning it under a tap would be sufficient
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