how do i clean my Kanger 2.4ml tanks?

Discussion in 'Clearomizers' started by Crazyinariz, Sep 24, 2012.

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  1. Crazyinariz

    Crazyinariz Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    how do i clean my Kanger 2.4ml tanks? Any tips or tricks?
     
  2. srguapo

    srguapo Full Member

    What I have been doing is fully disassembling the unit (tank, atomizer, silicone cap, drip tip) and rinsing each out very well with warm/hot water. Usually I spend extra time on the atomizer, and I try to roll the wicks in my fingers to get all the juice out. Once everything is clean, I dry it all very well with a paper towel (squeeze the wicks a few times and they will get mostly dry). Then reassemble.

    If a head is very gunky, I will do a dry burn at this point. I generally pulse the battery a few times (careful not to kill the coil), then disassemble and re-rinse the atomizer, dry it off with another paper towel, and reassemble. I have had nothing but fantastic luck with my rotation of T2s, and am still on the original heads for all 5 after 2 weeks.
     
  3. Crazyinariz

    Crazyinariz Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Thanks! I do the same and was looking for verification that I was right. Also, I love my t2's. I just started using t3's also and like them as well.
     
  4. spider362

    spider362 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I do what srguapo does with my T3's except you can't remove the drip tip.

    Rapidly approaching 8 weeks with my original T3 and it's still going strong...
     
  5. Faylool

    Faylool Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    How can I get my t3 to wick faster? Cold sucking doesn't seem to help.
     
  6. spider362

    spider362 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    You can try three things:

    First, and the easiest is to take the little silicone cap that sits on top of the wicks off and turn it around and put it back on. It will then stick to the air tube in the tank, but that's okay. You can still get it off if you don't like it and want to put it back like it was.

    Second, you can pull the air tube out of the head (just wiggle it a little while you are pulling) and remove one of the two flavor wicks that are just laying on top of the coil. This you can also put back at a later date if you wish. Don't pull any of the wicks out from inside the coil, though.

    Third, you can re-wick the entire thing. This is much more difficult and you may have to go on YouTube to find a tutorial on how to do that.

    Try the first two, or a combination of both, first before you try re-wicking.
     
  7. Faylool

    Faylool Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oh good! Glad I asked off topic
     
  8. srguapo

    srguapo Full Member

    I just got a t3 and this seemed to help. I also flipped the cap back down after turning it over (inside out if you will) and it seems to seal and wick great. I haven't had a single dry hit since, even when pulling 4-5 times back to back.
     
  9. spider362

    spider362 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Interesting... Keep us posted on how the inside out part works.
     
  10. Crazyinariz

    Crazyinariz Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I love both my t2's and my t3's! My only wish is that I could change the drip tips on them. Currently I put colored electrical tape around the metal tops right below the drip tip so I can tell which flavor juice is in each. I appreciate the discussion on these clearomizers as there isn't much cleaning/tips n tricks discussion that I've found.
     
  11. XxHelmetxX

    XxHelmetxX Full Member

    I cleaned my t2 the same way it worked alot better right after I cleaned it but after about half an hour not so good would anyone know y
     
  12. Kayo

    Kayo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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