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In the world of vaping, few things are more of a bummer than dealing with a leaky vape tank when you’re ready to try a new juice. Vape tanks can even begin to leak even if you’ve had an e-juice in there for a while. Not only is it maddening if all your juice leaks out, it’s also a huge pain if e-liquid gets onto something in your purse or pocket. Luckily, there are a few vaping hacks to help keep a vape tank from leaking. These simple tricks will preserve your e-juice —and your sanity— in the long run. Fill Your Tank Carefully The first suggestion we have is a preventive measure that can help avert some common causes of leaky vape tanks. It’s crucial to make sure you take your time when filling a vape tank. Pay close attention to what you’re doing because it’s possible to accidentally squirt e-juice into the tank’s chimney, which is where your airflow comes through. Even a small bit of e-liquid in the chimney of a vape tank can lead to a leak, or worse yet, spitback. Don’t Set Your Tank On Its Side This is another precaution you can take to keep a vape take from leaking even before it starts. Sometimes it can be tempting to mindlessly set down your vape mod, or a tank you just filled, sideways and then get distracted by something else. One you come back, there may be a pool of e-juice right beneath where you left your tank. To prevent this type of leak (which can loosen the seals on a tank, always set your vape tank or mod upright when you’re not using or filling it. Make Sure The Tank’s Seals And O-Rings Are SnugIf you’ve taken the aforementioned precautions, but you’re still unable to keep your tank from leaking, it’s time to check out the tank to make sure all the seals are lined up and tightened and that the O-rings and tank exterior are not damaged. A loose joint can make for some quick e-liquid leaks that can affect how airtight your tank is. In addition, it’s a good practice to seal the airflow when your tank is not in use for this same reason and to prevent the tank from flooding. Clean the Vape Tank When all else fails, thoroughly wash and dry your vape tank to remove any gunk in the air intake or juice chamber that may cause e-liquid to back up and leak out. These easy steps can be very helpful if you’re worried about struggling with a leaky tank. If you need more advice on how to keep your vape tank from leaking, email us at [email protected]. Shop vape tanks, mods, high-VG juice and more at Vapor4Life.
Vape leaks drive me crazy, bout to go back to e cigs, have smok baby stick, aspire breeze, aspire pocket x, aspire speeder, smoke t-priv and a kangertech 70 watt mod, I have clito tank, athos tank, smok cloud beast v-12, flameluke tank they all leak like crazy! It's the manufacturers job to get this shit right! Not the consumer! Never had this problem with disposable e cigs! If I bought a washer machine and it leaked because it got hot is that my fault, He'll No! These vape tank designers need to go back to the drawing board!