Enjoying your dry herb vaping sessions? That’s great! How often do you vape? Have you ever cleaned your vaporizer? Always remember that a vaporizer works best when it is clean. If you don’t clean it regularly, the gunk will build up. This will make your vaporizer work harder than it was designed to, which will damage your device and shorten its lifespan, especially the battery.
If you want to improve the lifespan of your vape, then you have to clean it regularly. Not cleaning your vape will also affect the taste of your herbs. Even the best quality herbs will taste bad if you are using an unclean vaporizer. An unclean vape can encourage bad bacteria to form which you can possibly inhale.
How Often Should I Clean My Dry Herb Vaporizer?
Keeping them nice and clean will help you achieve the best performance of your vape. Make it a habit of keeping it clean and do at least weekly checkups. However, the frequency depends on how often you vape. Some vapers clean it at least once a week while others do it once a month.
Obviously, a brand new vaporizer gives the smoothest and finest vaping experience in the first few months. However, the quality of vapor changes when the gunk builds up along the pathways due to the remnants of your last session.
When you don’t clean your dry herb vape, you will notice that it is having trouble producing vapor or the pathway seems clogged. When this happens, you will need to take a harder pull to think that you are producing its normal vapor.
If you want to continue experiencing its best performance then regular cleaning is just as important.
How to Clean Your Dry Herb Vaporizer?
Vaporizers are easy enough to clean. All you need is a clean piece of cloth, a wire brush or a poking tool to give it a deep clean. Start by disassembling your device, pay attention to the battery, mouthpiece, and heating chamber because these parts need to be cleaned thoroughly.
Clean the Mouthpiece
Start with the mouthpiece. Give the mouthpiece a good wipe. You might need to give it a poke and use a small wire brush to clean the built-up gunk and residue.
Clean the Battery
Clean the battery making sure that the contact points are free from gunk and residue. If the contact points block the residue, the vape will not work.
Clean the Heating Chamber
Empty it out and make sure there is no debris left stuck in there. Giving it a few light taps should do the trick. Word of advice, don’t do this in a trash bin so you don’t accidentally lose the screen in the chamber that may fall off. Give the heating chamber a good wipe to clean off all the gunk and residue.
When you’re done cleaning all three components, reassemble your dry herb vape and you can start enjoying your weed vaping sessions again.