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Thread: micro coils in protank!!!

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    micro coils in protank!!!

    hey guys wandering if anyone has a good method for cleaning there micro coils without dry burning??

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    Quote Originally Posted by the vaporizer View Post
    hey guys wandering if anyone has a good method for cleaning there micro coils without dry burning??
    For evods, and top coil clearos, I soak in a vinegar and water solution overnight, then boil them for about ten minutes and let them air dry, come up pretty well without the need to dry burn. If they are really gunked up, dry burning is the go, and then boiling after the dry burn, and air drying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the vaporizer View Post
    hey guys wandering if anyone has a good method for cleaning there micro coils without dry burning??
    Hi vaporizer
    I boil some water in the kettle pour it on then when cooled drain (I do it a few times)
    Then soak in white vinager (picked that tip up from JenJ ) overnight
    Then repeat first step with the boiled water then dry and use
    Works a treat for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by spud View Post
    For evods, and top coil clearos, I soak in a vinegar and water solution overnight, then boil them for about ten minutes and let them air dry, come up pretty well without the need to dry burn. If they are really gunked up, dry burning is the go, and then boiling after the dry burn, and air drying.
    Lol u beat me to it spud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhojin View Post
    Lol u beat me to it spud
    lol I'm speedy spud tonight
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    hmm seems easier to just rebuild

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    Have been wondering this myself. Thanks for the posts everyone.
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    I normally clean mine when cleaning my tanks ... Two birds one stone

    Quote Originally Posted by the vaporizer View Post
    hmm seems easier to just rebuild

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    wads wrong with dry burn?

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    the rubber in the protank coil burns
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