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    Dry burning coils in rdas

    i think i read somewhere there are coils yhat your not recommended to dry burn?
    mighg be wrong thinkinv best to ask around as like how can u see if you coils glowing inside to out right if you don't?
    or mighg it be material specific?
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    material specific and i think its titanium ans ss your not meant to dryburn or it migt be nickel

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    there was a report that you could end up with fine metal particles from your coils if you do dry burn.

    If you are worried you can always use spaced coils and you wont need to glow them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captive View Post
    there was a report that you could end up with fine metal particles from your coils if you do dry burn.

    If you are worried you can always use spaced coils and you wont need to glow them.
    Thats scary , might give mine a good wash after dry burning from now on

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    Never dry burn nickel or titanium coils. If they do get gunked and need a clean, pulse them a couple of times to loosen residue, and scrub them with a brush. If you're really keen water, PG or alcohol can be used as you scrub them clean. Dry, rewick, vape.

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    yeah mustve been nickel and titanium, thanks guys, sorry about typos was writing earlier post on phone and I have hands bigger then the phone!
    thanks for the replies
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    Not being able to dry burn sort of defeats the purpose. Dry burn..rinse... rinse and repeat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sully View Post
    i think i read somewhere there are coils yhat your not recommended to dry burn?
    mighg be wrong thinkinv best to ask around as like how can u see if you coils glowing inside to out right if you don't?
    or mighg it be material specific?
    Found the article if your interested

    https://www.vapingpost.com/2016/03/0...urn-your-coil/
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    Thanks captive it's a good read and makes me think twice about dry burning, water, spaced coils and TC seems to be favoured by the experts along with mtl and just a few ml's a day. I was doing the best practice for my first 2 years with my old gs air tank using pre made coils which never needed dry burning and only using a few ml's a day. The last year I've been doing all the bad stuff like making and burning coils, DL and vaping heaps. Got caught up in the fad and all the clever advertising so now I'm up to my neck in it.
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    Thanks for the link, yep it was a very similar article Id seen probably where I only get time to forum/fb read whilst "vooping"
    hence I didnt recall it, so the vague post of mine
    thanks for the input gang
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