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Thread: Residue on Atlantis Coils

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    Residue on Atlantis Coils

    I apologise if this should be in the juice section.

    One last question, if I want to change juices on the Atlantis, the juice I have in prior to filling it always remains on the coil, therefore I can taste it mixed with the new juice. Is there a way to clean them to get the old residue off, or am I restricted to one juice per coil?

    Thanks in advance.

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    I just suck it through, get a blend for a 1/2 ml or so...
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    I like to urinate on my coils to get rid of flavours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arth_d View Post
    I like to urinate on my coils to get rid of flavours.
    Seems legit.
    Apparently I have to be a sheep or get punished.

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    On a half serious note, the hole down the middle of an Atlantis coil is probably big enough to get one of those tightly wound cotton buds down there to soak up some excess juice
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    Quote Originally Posted by arth_d View Post
    I like to urinate on my coils to get rid of flavours.

    Works well to cleanse the palate between glasses of wine too, just ask Todd Carney
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