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Posted 09 September 2010 - 09:49 AM
I'll then just Q-tip the crevices, run a pipe cleaner thru the tubes, then drop all the pieces into a cup of distilled water and stir them around, then dry them out.
Works for ME !
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WITH A HAMMER !!!
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Posted 16 March 2014 - 09:47 AM
Recently I discovered that cleaning the filling chamber and mesh screen can be done without disassembly.
Household lye, NOT draino. Likely available at your local Ace Hardware
Stainless steel pot, DO NOT use aluminum!
Unscrew the mouthpiece from the filling chamber, then remove the filling chamber from the black plastic part which attaches to the vaporizer.
Place the metal filling chamber in your stainless steel pot, add water to cover the filling chamber. Add 1 teaspoon of lye to the water, exercising caution as described on the lye container label.
Bring the water to a boil on a stove, turn off the heat and allow to sit for several minutes.
Rinse in cold water. Inspect the filling chamber, if you still have gummy residue in the screen, repeat the above steps.
Allow filling chamber to dry then reassemble your vaporizer and enjoy.
I have found that I no longer need to remove the screen from the filling chamber and do not risk losing associated parts.
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Posted 21 March 2014 - 05:11 AM
I just toss my bits into some iso...wait a few days, rinse, done.
Air is water with holes in it.
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Posted 13 November 2014 - 02:41 AM
As for me, I soak the entire filling chamber in a mixture of rubbing alchohol/warm water for 30 minutes. Then rinse the filling chamber and dry with a paper towel.