Vaporization is one of the healthiest ways to consume cannabis. Vaporizers heat the herb just enough to release coveted cannabis resin in the form of a steam, saving you from inhaling a lung full of hot, irritating ash. But, the quality of vapor you get does not always depend on the type of material you use. In order to keep that pure and flavorful vapor each and every time, make sure you keep your dry bud vaporizer clean and well maintained.
The anatomy of a dry bud vaporizer
Your vape gives you good times every time you use it, so in return, you should take care of it. And the better you look after it, the longer it should last.
Also, there’s a chance that it might become unsafe for use if the heating element gets all clogged up.
Unscrew the heating chamber and empty it by gently tapping the contents out.
2. Remove dry particles
Use the cleaning brush to remove all dry particles from the chamber and the screen. Most devices usually include one. Never use water to clean these parts as it will damage the delicate compact wirings inside.
3. Wipe down
Wipe the outside part with a cotton cloth and also clean the mouthpiece with running water.
The mouthpiece part may be the easiest part to clean, but as it serves as the vapor pathway, it also attracts most of the residues as it’s next to the heating chamber. Simply use a soft cotton cloth or cotton swab to wipe any dirt.
Check the manual first before you get into any deeper cleaning. You may want to use rubbing alcohol. Make sure you rinse it thoroughly in hot water afterward.
Once done, reassemble the device and marvel at your handy work.
5. Turn back on
Check everything is in full working order by turning your device back on. Each device is different, but it is usually a quick succession of clicks to the micro button.
Remember to inspect the head of the battery at least once a week in case small particles touch the head. just in case small particles or thin films of leaked concentrates touch the head. inspect the head of the battery just in case small particles or thin films of leaked concentrates touch the head.