Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Cleaning an Electronic Cigarette Battery

Switching to an electronic cigarette can definitely reduce your risk of lung cancer. These types of cigarettes feature a battery and nicotine cartridge. There is no tobacco or harmful substances, which makes them a safer choice. While an electronic cigarette might feel and taste like an ordinary cigarette, there are important care instructions.

The battery inside an electronic cigarette kit is designed to last for very long time with proper care. But to maximize the use of each battery, it is important that you clean and properly care for the battery. Over time, nicotine and dirt can accumulate on the battery. Removing residue is simple and takes less than a few minutes. Simply dab a cotton swab with alcohol and slowly loosen the residue. Allow the battery to completely dry before using the electronic cigarette.

What's more, it's best to use an electronic cigarette when the battery is fully charged. Some people are inpatient and use their e-cigarette with a half-charged battery. This can shorten the life of the battery and result in frequent replacement. With proper care, a single battery can last for about 300 charges.

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