For maximum performance, flavor, and longevity, it’s critical to keep your pod system clean and maintained. Thankfully, maintaining your pod system doesn’t have to be challenging. We’ll provide you seven ideas in this article on how to care for and clean your pod system.
Tip #1 – Make sure to change coils regularly
The key to getting the optimum performance out of your pod gadget is frequently replacing the coil in it. Depending on how frequently you use it, coils should typically be replaced every 1-2 weeks.
Tip #2 – Clean the contacts of your device if necessary
Try cleaning the contacts of your device with a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol or warm water and soap if you notice that the battery or atomizer connection is not as strong as it should be. Better performance from your gadget will be the outcome of this as it will help ensure an ideal connection between the two parts.
Tip #3 – Avoid overfilling/underfilling your device
Underfilling can result in dry impacts that eventually harm the coil, while overfilling might cause leakage. To get the most out of each pod and prevent internal components from being harmed, fill each one to its full capacity.
Tip #4 – Keep all components of your device clean at all times
Wiping down both the exterior and interior (including any exposed coils) of your pod system with a cloth soaked in warm water and soap can help keep everything looking great for years to come. Additionally, make sure to check for any e-juice residue that could build up over time on either side of the connection point between the battery and atomizer head as this could potentially cause corrosion or other problems down the road if left unchecked.
Tip #5 – Replace seals as needed or when they become loose or worn out
The seals around the edges of your pods are designed to keep liquid inside them while also preventing dirt or debris from entering into them, so replacing these when they become loose or worn out is important for keeping things running smoothly.
Tip #6 – Check for any signs of wear & tear on all parts of your system regularly
This includes checking for any cracks/damage on either side of batteries & atomizers as well as making sure there are no visible signs of rust/corrosion on either one which could potentially lead to issues down the road if left unchecked for too long.
Tip #7 – Store correctly when not in use
After cleaning & maintaining all parts correctly & thoroughly make sure they are stored correctly when not in use by placing them back into their respective containers where they won’t get damaged by dust/debris etc. Also make sure they are stored away from direct sunlight & extreme heat sources such as radiators/heaters etc.
With proper maintenance and care, a quality pod system can last many years without issue making it an excellent investment overall. By following these 7 tips above consistently throughout its lifetime, you should have no problem ensuring that yours does just that. From changing coils regularly and avoiding overfilling/underfilling pods to storing properly when not in use there’s plenty anyone can do themselves easily enough without much effort involved whatsoever.