Sub-Ohm Bottom Air-hole Leak Hack!
There are a few reasons why leaks happen. The most common and the main reason is the coil hasn’t been installed properly, hate to say it but yes, 8 times out of 10 it is user error. Sometimes, it could be your tank telling you that the time has come to change the “O” ring. Other times it can be something else entirely. From time to time it was happening to me so I did a bit of research and found this little hack! Please note this is for bottom air intake Sub-Ohm tanks.
Over time, as your tank gets older it can start leaking from the bottom air intake slots when it has left upright for long periods of time. This isn’t brand specific by the way, it’s just one of those things that unfortunately happens (thanks gravity you jerk!). If it has happened to you, you know it leaves e-juice all over your mod and hands. Even more annoyingly if you haven’t noticed the airflow slots are full of e-juice it drips onto you as you use it.
Here is a little hack!
At first I was sceptical but then I tried it and have been doing it ever since. When you have finished vaping for the day, or won’t be for a few hours, take the tank off the mod and turn the tank upside down on some paper towel. This is so any juice that is left in the drip tip won’t wreck your furniture. So why am I suggesting this? By removing the tank and turning it upside down, juice can’t leak through the air slots! Not only does this help stop leaks, you save juice too!
You – 1, Leaks – 0
Do you have any tips and hacks? Let us know so we can try them out!