The following are the steps necessary to maintain your electronic cigarette so that you don’t end up with a device that breaks down prematurely. This way, you get the most out of your kit and making the most of the money that you have spent.
Unscrew the battery. This part cannot be submersed in water for obvious reasons. Use a dry cloth to wipe the connection and exterior of the battery, ensuring that the terminals are clean and free of oils and dirt. This prevents short-circuits and internal damage to the battery, prolonging its life.
Lithium batteries need care. Do not allow the battery to discharge completely as this will interfere with the power regulation of the battery. Ensuring that the battery is charged prolongs the life of your electronic cigarette.
Unscrew the black mouthpiece and pour any unused e-liquid into a safe container. Wash the mouthpiece in warm water, flushing out the internal parts. You can use a little cleaning alcohol to clean the tank, but ensure that this is all washed out before reassembling the device.
Allow the parts to dry out over-night in a warm and dry place. This will ensure that you can begin smoking straight away. Remember, trapped water may cause the electronic cigarette to malfunction.
Your electronic cigarette should now be working properly. Many problems, such as spluttering when you inhale, can be solved by fully cleaning your device. You must be aware that the e-liquid does need to be stored in a cool dry place when not in use for extended periods. Batteries can last anywhere between 2 months right up to a year, depending on how the battery is treated. Using the above maintenance guide will prolong the life of your batteries.