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    Visage Supersonic Jewellery Cleaner

    Was doing the weekly shopping at Aldi today when I saw they had a Visage Ultrasonic Jewellery Cleaner on special for $16.95, bought one for myself.
    I've heard that putting your juice mixes in this for a few minutes is the equivalent of a week of steeping.
    If you're into mixing your juice, this might be a good way to speed up the steeping process, and for the price can't go wrong.
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    Have you tried it yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtadmin View Post
    Have you tried it yet?
    Not with juice, but I've put my finger in it just to make sure it works, seems like it would do the job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by filbert View Post
    Was doing the weekly shopping at Aldi today when I saw they had a Visage Ultrasonic Jewellery Cleaner on special for $16.95, bought one for myself.
    I've heard that putting your juice mixes in this for a few minutes is the equivalent of a week of steeping.
    If you're into mixing your juice, this might be a good way to speed up the steeping process, and for the price can't go wrong.
    Really? thats interesting...might have to go down an have a poke around aldi..be good to hear how it goes for you...cheap enuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp View Post
    Really? thats interesting...might have to go down an have a poke around aldi..be good to hear how it goes for you...cheap enuff
    Lots of info about this on ecf, here's a link

    http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/for...-part-iii.html

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    Wonder where you can buy these online... unfortunately no aldi's near by and i really need one to give my atty's a good clean :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by m0n4g3 View Post
    Wonder where you can buy these online... unfortunately no aldi's near by and i really need one to give my atty's a good clean :-/
    you can find them on ebay just search for ultrasonic jewelry cleaner.
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    Well they would certainly give your juice a good 35,000 shakes per second .... Pretty much all my vaping gear ends up in the ultrasonic at some stage in its life ... a handy little tool , but beware , not all ultrasonic cleaners are the same ... it can be a crap shoot at the lower end of the market .

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Ultrasoni...-/320770756440

    http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/35...eaner_800.html

    Thats the model I have ... it does an ok job
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    Tested this today with 3 liquid.
    70%vg, 30%pg, 5% flavour.

    1 is gold gucat
    2 is desert voyager
    3 is desert ship

    Each cycle is 15 minutes.
    The water heats up quite a bit, so in addition to the vibration you get heat which should aid in the mixing of the pg/vg/flavouring.
    I completed 9 cycles, tested after the 2nd cycle and 9th cycle.
    The flavour of all three eliquids hasn't changed much, the colour is about the same also, I expected better results, but it was worth a try.

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    How would they go for cleaning stardust components?
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