Eventually, the wick will give up everything to the last drop of e-liquid, it is time to replace it to again enjoy the thick vapor and excellent taste. Today we will tell you and show how to change wick in an atomizer with a rebuildable evaporator.
How to replace wick in an atomizer
Why are we talking about rebuildable evaporator? Because with a non-rebuildable evaporator everything is simple: you just put a new evaporator in the tank. There is no need to change the wick or clean coils, as they say, everything is done.
The issue how to replace wick in an atomizer becomes topical, because in this case, you have to deal with the wick, and put an e-liquid well. Therefore, we offer a step-by-step instruction with pictures:
The process of replacing the wick in the atomizer is over now. Then you just need to moisten it with a liquid and lightly fluff it with tweezers for better absorbency.
Special sets for servicing the device will simplify this procedure, and help you to deal with coils.
How often to change wick in an atomizer
Everything depends on how often you vape and quality of the used liquid. Firstly, the more often you vape, the more often you should change the wick in the atomizer. Secondly, DIY liquid reduces the lifetime: it clogs the wick and prevents evaporation.
In addition, the density of the liquid is important as well: the more glycerin in it (VG/PG = 70/30), the faster you will have to fall back on our instructions.
Three features to find out it is time to change the wick:
1. Decrease in the amount of vapor.
2. Stiff tightening.
3. The taste of burning.
All these features can refer to other problems as well. For example, the decrease in vapor can be explained by the lowering battery, and the aftertaste of burning may refer to the coil damage.
In any case, you need to check your device. After that, you'll understand whether it's worth just to top up the liquid or it's time to change the wick in the atomizer.
Find more useful, thick and tasty next weekend! See you at VAPEXPO Kyiv 2018 in the International Exhibition Center on April 14 – 15.