If you have recently purchased a vaporizer starter kit, there are some things you would need to get through first. One of the first things is to check if your set is complete. You have to have your electronic vaporizer, a charger cord and a wall adapter for charging. Some sets don’t include the starting eliquid so check this before payout so you can add some to your purchase if your set doesn’t come with the initial filler. The vaporizer itself would be assembled from three major parts: the mouth piece, the battery and the tank. The liquid tank is usually made from crystal or glass, as a plastic one can be affected by the chemicals that will be placed in, so check this when purchasing a vaporizer. Choose those with glass or crystal tanks, or just to make sure, it is suitable to be used with the chemicals used for the liquids.
Now, more about the liquids, it is best to use those that are compatible to your vaporizer. There are often recommended types for each model. Usually these are just eliquid that can be purchased under the same brand name. Apparently, different names use different mixtures that can cause a shorter lifespan or a decrease in effectiveness of devices if used incompatibly. If you wanted to purchase another flavor from another name either because you want the taste or if it is cheaper and more accessible to you, then make sure to try a small amount first. Check if it will work well with your personal vaporizer.
To fill (or refill) your liquid tank, takes a few very easy steps. First, unscrew the mouth piece from the tank (make sure that the device is turned off first) and using a needle tip for your liquid bottle, drip the chemical mixture along the wall of the tank. Never directly drop the chemical into the center of the tank or it will affect and might even clog up your atomizer. The tank should have gradations inscribed or printed into its transparent sides. Remember not to fill the tank beyond the last gradation. For safety measures, fill the tank with your eliquid only up to a little less than that last gradation. Reassemble your vaporizer and let the liquid be absorbed into your tank for about a minute. Then you can turn your device on and start inhaling. It is recommended to turn off the device every time you have to put it down or place it in your pocket to avoid accidents like burns and overheating.
Your personal vaporizer is powered by the lithium ion battery, which is placed in the same component as the device’s power button, usually on the handle part below or above the liquid tank. When properly turned off when not in use, the battery can last for quite some time. Charging your vaporizer battery should be done with care to prolong the battery’s lifespan. Although replacement batteries are available for purchase in the shops where you vaporizer model can be bought, it is better to ensure your battery lasts as long as the rest of your vaporizer, yes? To charge, disassemble your personal vaporizer and screw the battery into the charger attached to the cord. Connect the charger cord to the wall adapter and start charging. Depending on the model, the time required to fully charge the batteries vary. Check your vaporizer manual for the recommended time for charging as well as the initial charging time if this is your first time doing so.
Cleaning your vaporizer should be done properly, disassembling and re-assembling your unit with care. Do not submerge your unit in any liquid and clean it with a brush slightly wet with water. Also make sure that your eliquid bottles and equipment are uncontaminated before and after refills to avoid trouble.