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Comfort Vape


Vaping the Comfortable Easy Way





1. Be careful not to screw your clearomizer on too tight. Overtightening can strip the threading and can eventually cause leakages.

2. Avoid taking dry hits (puffing on the mouthpiece when there is no liquid in it.)

3. After adding the e-liquid, make sure you let it sit for a few minutes to allow the e-liquid to soak properly into the heating element. You want to fully saturate the heating element before use. Puffing to soon is like taking a dry hit.

4. Make sure not to overfill. Overfilling could lead to your clearomizer not working with optimal performance and can also lead to gunking up the heating elements.

5. Try to keep your clearomizer at least 40% full. If the liquid is low in the clearomizer, it will take longer for the liquid to reach the heating element.

6. Avoid taking many long puffs in a short period of time… Space your hits out with several seconds between puffs.

7. Don’t be button happy. Only press the button on your battery while your lips are on the mouthpiece and you are puffing. Let go of the battery just before you finish puffing.

8. Remember to turn off or lock your battery when you are not using it. This will prevent accidental button presses, which can lead to burning out the heating element.

9. Make sure you do not get any juice in the center hole. This is where the heating element sits and if juice gets into it, the heating can be flooded, preventing the clearomizer from heating correctly and may lead to getting a mouthful of liquid.

10. While puffing on an e-cig, it is better to take long slow drags rather than fast intense drags like you would from an analogue cigarette.

**** Darker E-Liquids, such as  coffee and chocolate, are heavier and can cause your clearomizer to burn out faster****

**** Citrus and Cinnamon flavors can cause cracking in the polycarbonate that some clearomizers are made with ****


There are several video’s on line that will walk you through cleaning your clearomizer.
There is one located at
www.canadavapes.com/instructions/ce4 that I would recommend.