HAUS makes vaping as easy as it gets. The disposable vape pen tank was designed to prevent leaks and spills, so you should rarely encounter a problem. For a smooth vaping experience all the time, you may want to clean your tank occasionally. A little bit of maintenance goes a long way!
Don’t forget: no vaporizer tank lasts forever. Eventually, the wicks wear out and the coils get old. Our refillable, disposable tanks offer the best performance when you replace them about every 3 weeks.
So, let’s find out how to maximize the tank's lifespan and get the best performance out of HAUS!
How to Clean Your Vaporizer Tank
Cleaning your vaporizer tank is just as easy as refilling it! All you need to do is unscrew and rinse the tank, and give the metal tank cap a little wipe-down.
Here’s the best cleaning method for the HAUS Vape Pen:
- Unscrew the tank from the battery, then unscrew the tank cap. Safely dispose of any remaining vape juice.
- Thoroughly rinse the empty tank with clean water and shake out any excess liquid.
- Don’t use soap or harsh cleaners.
- Next, gently clean the battery and tank cap with a cotton swab. For the best results, first dip the cotton swab in water or rubbing alcohol.
- Don’t submerge the battery in liquid.
- Let all the parts air-dry before reassembling.
After cleaning, refill your tank with vape juice and let it rest for a few minutes. Once the wicks have dried, they need to soak up a little e juice before you start to vape. Otherwise you'll get a burnt taste from roasted wicks.
Easy enough, right? Remember, the HAUS PV tank is disposable. If it’s really gunked up, just replace it with a new tank. Better to make sure you enjoy a smooth, clean vape!
Tips to Keep the Tank Clean
In addition to regular cleaning, there are some little things you can do to ensure a wonderful performance from HAUS.
Always have replacement vape pen tanks on hand. Instead of rinsing and refilling every time you want a new flavor, it’s much easier to simply switch tanks. Also, if you carry your HAUS in your pocket or purse, it may get lint or dust inside of it. Wipe the tank’s inner chamber with a cotton swab.
You can take HAUS on airplanes, but you should empty the tank before flying. Like any liquid container, the vaporizer tank may leak during takeoff or landing due to changes in air pressure.
Don't forget that if you ever get the burnt taste, all you need to do is replace the tank! Cleaning probably won’t help if the coils or wick have been damaged.