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5 Common Clearomizer Issues

Electronic cigarettes have become incredibly popular for many different reasons, but the fact is that they are more complicated to put together and operate than tobacco cigarettes[1].  However, if you understand and resolve the main issues that arise, the switch to e-cigarette use can be quite smooth.

Common Clearomizer Issues

1. An unpleasant “burnt” taste.  This can occur because you have failed to prime a new coil by taking pulls without activating the battery.  Priming saturates the wicking material with e-liquid so it is better able to vaporize rather than burn a dry wick.  Where e-liquid is particularly thick, as occurs in those e-liquids with high VG contents, the same problem may present itself, so you may want to stick with 50% of lower VG e-liquids.  A burnt taste can also result from using a high voltage that burns the e-liquid.

2. Getting e-liquid in your mouth.  This can occur because the coil is flooded with e-liquid and therefore unable to vaporize it.  If you properly clean your e-cigarette in between uses, this is less likely to occur.

3. No airflow.  This can result from a flooded coil, but it can also occur if you let your coil sit for too long without cleaning or replacing it.  E-liquid can dry on the coil’s wicking material, effectively blocking airflow.  If you properly clean your e-cigarette between uses, this problem is less likely to occur.

4. Melting of the clearomizer plastic.  This unpleasant issue can occur as a result of your clearomizer’s incompatibility with certain e-liquid flavors, like those containing citric acid (citrus flavored e-liquids), those containing malic acid (sour flavored e-liquids) and those with cinnamon.  The natural acids in these flavors can crack clearomizer tanks, just as freshly squeezed, organic orange juice can crack clearomizer tanks.  If you really can’t imagine avoiding these particular flavors, consider using clearomizers that are made from pyrex glass.

5. A leaking clearomizer. A  leaking clearomizer may result from irreparable tank damage.  However, before you discard your clearomizer altogether, thoroughly check it for obvious signs of damage.  A damaged or broken seal is the most common reason for clearomizer leakage, and you can choose whether to replace it or just get an entirely new clearomizer.  Another possible reason for thinking that one’s clearomizer is leaking is because there is e-liquid in the air way.  In this case, simply clean the air way and resume your vaping.


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  1. Do you carry AVG tobacco product I deal with a lot of older long-term smokers and it is my mission to help them stop smoking cigarettes just as I did over two packs a day for 50 years I had an oxygen reading of 82 and switching to e-cigarettes it is now 98 + 99% and I do work with these people personally to help them make the transition I also work with younger people who enjoy large Vapor Clouds and an assortment of flavors although myself I’m pretty well dedicated 2 organic flavorings certified and high-quality nicotine VG and 100% glycerin based products but every once in awhile I do vape a 50/50 because I have found out it does help ease breathing for people with emphysema there are medical tests being done to research it but I cannot and will not make and medical statement to this nature for now it is just an opinion. I also noticed that you have no stores in Indiana I know Indiana has some very difficult laws and fees although I am not sure of all of them. I am interested in marketing your product and also maybe a small brick and mortar store. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have thank you for your time and patience Dan Owens

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