4 Ways Your Vape Juice Can Be Affecting Your Tank and Remedies

4 Ways Your Vape Juice Can Be Affecting Your Tank and Remedies

 

Experienced vapers know instantly when something is not right about their device. Most of the time, the first hint comes from the flavor. It would taste off or just plain different from what they are used to. 

Unfortunately, this is a common problem with vape juices these days. It all has to do with the popularity of vaping today and the money that can be made from it. Because it is a huge and growing industry, all sorts of vape juices are being rushed to the market. It is a classic case of quality sacrificed for quantity for the sake of profits. Most of these low-quality vape juices are made in unregulated markets. To be fair though, even the high-quality vape juices do cause problems in the long run due to factors like poor storage and their effects on certain types of tanks. 

For many vapers, choosing the best e-juice for their MOD can be nailed down quite easily. But knowing how certain juices affect the performance of tanks is a different ball game entirely.  And of course, just knowing is not enough, you must be able to find quick and effective fixes to continue enjoying the vaping experience. 

These are some of the ways your e-liquid can affect the performance of your tank:  

The Flavors and Ingredients Used 
As already stated, the growing vaping market has produced lots of vendors of associated products wanting to make a quick buck. These vape juices contain several ingredients and come in different flavors. For those using plastic tanks, the ingredients used could damage the tank by cracking it. Some of the ingredients and flavors include citrate, malate, triacetin, essential oils and cinnamon flavors.  These ingredients, when combined with heat leads to cracking, and ultimately, the breaking of the tank. 

Caramelizing of Tank Due to High Sugar Content in Juices 
The first indication that the high sugar content is affecting the tank is the burning flavor tasted while vaping. This is not pleasant at all.  When e-juices with high sugar content are used for a long time, a caramel-like substance is deposited in the tank. The surface of the heating coils is also affected in this manner. Caramelizing also creates a sugar coating on the cotton wick. This is what causes the burning flavor. The sensation is like the uncomfortable dry hit when vaping.

Bad Flavor from Long Storage in the Tank
When the e-juice is left for long periods of time in the tank, oxidation of the juice can occur. This chemical reaction also brings on caramelization of the tank. The resultant effect is a bad baste or off-flavor. Though this may not be a serious issue for those who vape just one juice in a tank, it certainly would be a problem when the tank is not cleaned for months. The resultant build-up of gunk presents a bit of a problem when the tank must be cleaned. 

Thickness of the Vape Juice 
The thickness of the juice can also affect the tank and ultimately affect how much one enjoys the experience of using a device. Generally, in the larger sub-ohm tanks, thinner juices are not advisable. This is because the wick could easily become oversaturated, producing excess juice. Experienced sub-ohm users realize this when some juice enters the mouth while using the MOD. This is the excess juice not getting vaporized by the coil. 

These are just some of the ways vape juice affects the tank. Fortunately, there’s no need to panic. Most of the issues can be fixed without disposing of the device for a new one. 

Quick Effective Fixes for Tank Problems Caused by Vape Juices 

Switch to Pyrex or Glass Tanks 
If you are using a plastic tank, one quick fix is to switch to a Pyrex or a glass tank. Fortunately, these tanks are very common, so it won't be hard getting hold of one. These can also withstand the deteriorating effect of the flavors and ingredients used in making vape juices. 

Check the PG/VG Ratio
The simplest way to make sure the sugars in the e-juices don’t affect the tank is to purchase juices with low sugar content. Generally, for optimum wickability, vape juices with higher Vegetable Glycerine (VG) content are preferred when you are using a sub-ohm MOD with large tanks. However, for the smaller tanks, it is preferable to have a higher Propylene Glycol (PG) level in the vape juice. This is because the lighter PG would ensure proper saturation of the wick. So, the type of tank and device you use must be taken into consideration before choosing the type of vape juice to buy. 

Order Your E-Liquids at The Dollar E-Juice Club
The ubiquity of online and offline stores selling vape juices makes it daunting choosing the best juices. The rule of thumb is to buy vape juices made here in the USA. Lucky for you, The Dollar E-Juice Club has you covered. We carry a wide selection of flavors to choose from that meet the high standards set by the FDA. 

Regular Tank Cleanup and Maintenance 
To prevent oxidation and caramelizing of the tank and coils, never leave the vape juice in the tank unattended for too long. Obviously, your best bet is to clean your tank regularly especially if you love switching flavors. 

Following these simple tips would ensure your vaping experience remain top-notch. At the same time, a good knowledge of how different types of juices affect your tank would ensure you get the best from your device for a long time.

 

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