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Cleaning Iclear 30s coil?

Discussion in 'Tanks, clearomizers and drop-in coils' started by Dreaswi, Feb 11, 2014.

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  1. Dreaswi

    Dreaswi Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 16, 2013
    Tennessee, USA
    Since all the wicks and coils are in a self contained tube, I was wondering how to clean and make them last longer? I'm getting about 5 days out of a coil before I notice vapor production has dropped and it is not as easy to suck through. I use a dark sweet juice of a 70pg/30vg blend.

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  2. I use PGA to clean mine. Just make sure they are dry before using again. I use caned air after taking out of PGA and let dry overnight
  3. Catuela

    Catuela Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 17, 2013
    Chester, VA
    I run mine under hot water for about 30 seconds. Soak in 90% alcohol overnight. Then run under hot water for another 30 seconds. Let dry for several hours. I've run the same 4 coils in my 2 30s' for about 2 months. But I mostly use them as back ups or for extra capacity on a long car trip. With that said I suspect just those 4 coils will last me several months as they still look good, just some slight discoloration on the wicks at the coils.

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  4. Benzin

    Benzin Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 12, 2012
    Cancun MX
    I dont use them much anymore, but when i did, I got little over a month from a coil (5-6ml per day, arround 8W). To clean it i just run it under hot water maybe twice a week. That coil still works, but it doesnt give as much vapor as it used to. I dry burned it and i think only one of the internal coils is lighting up. Resistance has also gone up, so i guess one of the 2 internal coils finally poped.
  5. darkestdayz

    darkestdayz Full Member

    Dec 11, 2013
    St Louis, MO US
    Wash with hot water and dry burn. Been on the original that came with it for over a month now.
  6. Dreaswi

    Dreaswi Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 16, 2013
    Tennessee, USA
    Real stupid question but how do you dry burn when you can't see the coils.? I used to dry burn my kanger coils

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  7. Mazinny

    Mazinny Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 25, 2013
    If you look from the top of the coil, you can see it glow.

    Btw, my cleaning method is as follows : every sunday, i take all 3 coils that i have used during the week and run hot water over it, then soak in alcohol for a couple of hours, wash and then boil them for thirty minutes. empty the water. fill with water agian and boil for thirty more minutes. wash and let dry overnight. I have used the same three coils for close to two months now with no noticeable vapor or flavor reduction. Its not the only clearos i use though, i use them mainly for tobacco flavored juice 70/30 pg/vg mix. I would guess i wash them after about two tanks of juice on average.
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