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3 Things You Should Avoid When Using E-Cigarettes

Updated on September 8, 2017

Electronic cigarettes can be a great way to save money on smoking. There are many reasons why people prefer smoking electronic cigarettes as oppose to smoking regular cigarettes. For one, electronic cigarettes don't have the same smell that regular cigarettes do. If you've been around a smoker, you know that they can often smell like a cigarette.

There is also the added appeal of being able to smoke in public places without offending anyone. A lot of non-smokers dread the fact that they have to be exposed to second hand smoke when they encounter a smoker. This doesn't happen with e-cigarettes.

There are many benefits of e-cigarettes, however in this article we will discuss the 3 places you should keep your electronic cigarette away from.

The first thing you should avoid when you use your e-cigarette is making sure that you store it in a cool, dry place and keep it away from direct sunlight and heat. The second is keeping your electronic cigarette away from water. And lastly, you should always be mindful of where you keep your e-cigarette and make sure you keep it away from children and pets.

Why is it important to keep your electronic cigarette away from direct sunlight? Well, the electronic cigarette contains a battery. A battery that allows it to be recharged. This battery device can become overheated when stored in direct sunlight. If it's left out in the sun too long the battery can explode and catch fire to anything in it's path. This can also happen if the electronic cigarette is overcharged. Overcharging can also cause the battery to overheat and a potential explosion. That is why it is important to keep the device from overheating and store the device in a cool, dry area.

Another thing to avoid when using electronic cigarettes is too ensure that they don't come into contact with water. Water can damage many electronic devices, including electronic cigarettes. When water seeps into the e-cigarette it can damage the battery and cause the device to no longer work the way it's supposed to.

Lastly, you should always keep e-cigarettes away from children and pets. Many e-cigarettes are not childproof, therefore, it's up to you to keep them out of the hands of children. You can accomplish this by always making sure you know where your electronic cigarette is. Make sure you keep it somewhere out of the reach of children and pets by storing it somewhere both children and pets cannot get to.

Now that you know the three things to avoid when using electronic cigarettes, the more likely you'll reap the benefits of utilizing electronic cigarettes. First, make sure that you store your electronic cigarette in a cool dry place. Secondly, avoid water at all costs. Thirdly, be mindful of your electronic smoking device and keep it out of the reach of children and pets.

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