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#1 (permalink)      5/4/2016 8:26:43 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Question: Cleaning the tank
Probably a silly question, but is there a safe way to give the tank a thorough cleaning, aside from "very carefully"?
#2 (permalink)      5/4/2016 8:51:38 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I think you read a review :) best option is just fill with warm water, no coil in, block the end and shake... You haven't many options
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I've read several reviews and even watched a 15ish minute one, haven't seen anyone mention full cleaning yet. Seems rather obvious, but I figured it was worth asking.

Probably pick one of these up. I haven't tried any disposable coil vapes in quite some time, and I could use a good simple MTL. Seems great for the price, as long as I can manage to keep water out of the battery.
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MTL, a Vamo V5 with a Nautilus Tank, VV VW Great ! SKU 1491700 cost a bit more, but worth it, I have one
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I just use a damp pice of kitchen towel to clean it out with, I use it just for work as I was as a handyman and a big mod is a no go with all of the tools I carry.