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How do I re prime my atomizer?

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  1. son et lumiere

    son et lumiere Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I was reading that you need to re prime your atomizer, how often should I do it, and how do I do it?
     
  2. RedZone

    RedZone Moved On ECF Veteran

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    When I fill carts which is rare, I always direct drip a couple of drops on the atty. The rest of the time I'm direct dripping on the atty.. Haven't lost an atty yet.
     
  3. nubee

    nubee Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    that's pretty much it....just 2-3 drops of juice on the bridge of the atty and let it stand for a few minutes.
     
  4. DMertz99

    DMertz99 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    After drying the atty out, I normally put 2 or 3 drops of liquid or plain PG (Propylene Glycol USP) on the mesh wick. If I'm going to use it right away, I will use a topped off cart and leave it set for about 15 minutes. Top-off with a few more drops and you're ready to go.

    Or you can just use a full cart and let it wick it's prime from the cartridge on it's own. This way takes a little longer.

    After about 4 or 5 vapes you should be good to go. I don't like to inhale the first few vapes on a fresh atomizer.

    Hope this helps.

    Edit: Your atomizers only need primed after cleaning
     
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