Are you using e-cigs for vaporizers for the first time or need to know the right way of refilling the liquid?
The Two Methods
Depending on the type of cartridge or electronic cigarette you have,
refilling can be done in two ways. These two methods aim to keep the
device clean, as well as increase the life span of the e-cigarette so
you can enjoy it for several more months.
The dropper or drip
method is done by opening the cartridge and taking out the polyester
fillings found inside. Get a bottle of liquid flavor then place 2 to 4
drops into the cartridge. Put the filling back and allow the liquid to
be absorbed properly by the filling for a few seconds.
like to place 2 drops into the cartridge, return the filling, then add
another 2 drops to the filling itself. This saturates the liquid flavor
but also prevents accumulation of the liquid at the top of the filling.
The filling might have to be pressed into the cartridge. Add more drops
as necessary to keep everything saturated. Some fillings may take 1 to 3
minutes to fully saturate.
The Injection Approach
The injection method will require a needle and syringe. You first
open the cartridge and use the needle and syringe to inject the liquid
flavor straight into the cartridge, beginning at the bottom. You do not
have to take out the filling. This approach is preferred by some because
it takes out the mess and keeps the liquid from running and spilling.
However, it will also take longer than usual, around 5 to 8 minutes.
Make sure that you have a sharp needle so that injecting into the bottom
of the cartridge becomes much easier.
Through the Mouthpiece
Although stock mouthpieces are usually shaped into a narrow oval for
lips to easily inhale the vapor, you can get rid of these and get an
open-tipped design for only $5 to $15. The open-tipped design is rounded
with a hole about 3 to 5 mm wide where you can easily place the drops
into. You don't have to remove the mouthpiece whenever you need to
refill the liquid flavor. Add 2 to 4 drops once you start losing the
flavor when you puff. Keep the mouthpiece end up to prevent the liquid
from going back up into the mouthpiece.