OK I think on a simple wavelength probably more so now than before dew to age but every video I have watched about these coils and rebuilding them says don't dry burn them??
So I thought why not?? I mean you dry burn every other coil to clean it why not this one, so I had a few that had now got the yucky burnt taste and I pulled of the top cap and washed and dry burnt them as I would with all of my other coils.
I wet the duel wicks afterwards with some juice and then I wet and rolled the long cloth wick that rolls up inside the top tube and put it back together and tested it on the ohm meter to be safe and all was fine.
Chucked it back in the Aspire ET-S and it's as good as new, I have been using it for a few days now just to make sure it was ok and it's fine so I thought I would share this with you all to let you know that you can dry burn them without the top cap on get them clean and put the top back on and save on new coils.