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    How do you clean an evod coil

    How do you clean the coil and wick of a stock standard evod coil so you can vape a new juice without mixing the flavours

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    I usually boil some water in a kettle and pour it down the metal tube, That usually works, Then blow out the water, and once reinstalled you'll have to vape out the rest of the water, it might take a few minutes of hard inhaling. Also some people use vodka/gin for real hard flavours, like let it sit in a shot glass and twirl it around a few times, then wash with boiling water.
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    open your coil assembly
    rinse with hot/warm water
    burn dry your coil
    put your coil back together
    fill your EVOD
    ENJOY
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    Quote Originally Posted by ultravape View Post
    open your coil assembly
    rinse with hot/warm water
    burn dry your coil
    put your coil back together
    fill your EVOD
    ENJOY
    what do you mean by open the coil assembly

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    you can pull your coil apart see this >>> link

    take long shaft and silicone cup off the top part of your coil
    its press fitted

    hope it helps
    Last edited by ultravape; 27-09-13 at 06:48 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ultravape View Post
    open your coil assembly
    rinse with hot/warm water
    burn dry your coil
    ...
    Rinse the coil to wash the crap off it

    put your coil back together
    fill your EVOD
    ENJOY
    Last edited by gtadmin; 27-09-13 at 07:53 PM. Reason: off, not of ;)
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    What GT said ^^^^^^

    It's necessary to wash after dry burning, otherwise you will taste the burnt ash that results from dry burning.

    For "washing" I throw all my coils in a pan of water on the stove and boil for 5 - 10 minutes. Air dry after washes overnight.

    This is the ultimate clean if you wash this way before and after dry burning. It's not always possible though - skip the overnight dry if you have to, but you can't skip the two washes.
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    hey mate i had heaps of trouble getting the hang of shit when i started. the lingo takes a bit of getting used to.

    you tube is your friend.

    cleaning an evod - YouTube

    click on the above and watch a few videos and you'll have it down pat in no time.

    whatever you do!! don't forget to rinse after dry burning!! leaves a fucking foul taste through your whole tank till you figure out you've gone and messed the fucker up...thanks fabricator...even though you told me to i learnt the hard way...
    Last edited by Samtron; 27-09-13 at 08:05 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
    What GT said ^^^^^^

    It's necessary to wash after dry burning, otherwise you will taste the burnt ash that results from dry burning.

    For "washing" I throw all my coils in a pan of water on the stove and boil for 5 - 10 minutes. Air dry after washes overnight.

    This is the ultimate clean if you wash this way before and after dry burning. It's not always possible though - skip the overnight dry if you have to, but you can't skip the two washes.
    ETA, that is if you are going dry burn. I often just throw one flavour in after the other though, as long as they are not going to clash. After a few vapes you will only be vaping the new flavour, unless you had a menthol in there or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samtron View Post
    figure out you've gone and messed the fucker up...thanks fabricator...

    What, for messing it up? It wasn't me, I swear. ROFL
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