Taking Care of Ones E-Cig and Vape Battery – powered
It’s critical to take good care of your e-cigarette and vape battery. This will not only help them perform better, but will also allow you to clean the battery contacts on a regular basis. Cleaning the contacts is the most effective way to care for e-cigarette batteries. Small amounts of e liquid and debris from pockets or bags can accumulate in the screw part of the battery over time. You may notice a green buildup around the battery screw, which is usually caused by debris reacting with the battery. To help care for e-cigarette batteries, we recommend cleaning the contacts on a regular basis. Unwell discovered that giving them a reward is a good way to get them into the habit of doing this.
Keep Batteries away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures.
Exposed to extreme temperatures, as with any battery type, can be hazardous. When you’re not vaping happily, keep your vaporizers battery cells out of bright sun do not let them get too cold. Mark your batteries so you know when it’s time to replace them. Many of the customers use a sticker or a pen to keep track of when they purchased a battery. Unwell think this is a great idea because it lets you know when a battery is getting old and needs to be replaced.
Only use charging equipment made specifically for your battery.
The majority of the e-cigarette incidents that have been reported in the media have occurred as a result of using the incorrect charging equipment. Other chargers may fit the attachment on your battery, but you should never use anything other than the one that came with your e-cigarette. If you have two different batteries with similar-looking chargers, label them so you know which is which.
Charging Your Vape Batteries with Mains Adaptors
Although mains adaptors for USB powered devices are readily available, only adapters with a 1 amp power output should be used. Most mains USB adapters designed for use with phones or tablets are far too powerful for charging e-cigarette or vape batteries, and charging with them may cause them to overheat. As with any battery charger, you should never leave them charging unattended, and you should never leave them turbo charging. This isn’t to say you should keep an eye on it the entire time it’s charging, but we do recommend checking it on a regular basis to ensure that nothing out of the ordinary is happening.