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Replacing Your Electronic Cigarette Cartridges

Updated on September 22, 2010

If you want to be successful at quitting actual smoking and start using electronic cigarettes, then you have to know the basics about the product such as replacing the electronic cigarette cartridges. There are times where in e-cigarette cartridges can also be found in some stores that provides actual cigarettes. Another place that you can get it from is the internet. Either which way, before buying you should be aware of the dos and don’t when it comes to replacing electronic cigarette cartridges. Here are a couple of them.
The filter should be the first thing that you remove. In order to remove the filter, you have to pull and twist it carefully. Take a glimpse at the manual if you are not accustomed to using e-cigarettes, Another thing that you have to remove is the battery. Removing it is quite simple. One thing that you have to remember though is not to remove anything carelessly.

Electronic Cigarette Cartridges
Electronic Cigarette Cartridges

Also, you must be aware of the right time to refill the cartridges. If you remove the parts of your e-cigarettes and you find out that it is cottony inside, you should take this as a sign that you need to refill your cartridge. If you have just replaced your cartridge and it is already starting to look that way, you might want to try cleaning it out by using an e-cigarette atomizer or an espresso machine. When using the espresso machine, you have to remember that you only need the steam that comes off of it, nothing else.
The next thing to think about is the flavor of the liquid. There are different flavors of electronic cigarette liquids that are available today. Removing the cap would be the net step after you have picked the flavor that you want. 3-4 drops of the flavored liquid is all you need to put in the electronic cigarette cartridge.

After doing so, get a toothpick and use it to stir the drops. Make sure that the insides of the cartridge are moist with the liquid. This is one of the most effective ways to ensure that the some that you are getting is the best that it can give off. After doing so, reassemble all of the other parts that you removed earlier and you are good to go.


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