The Best Portable Vaporizer Practices

When making the transition in your life from smoking joints, pipes, and bongs to vaporizing your bud in a clever little machine, it can be quite a shock. After so many years of sharing joints to the left-hand side, reminding friends of their roller’s rights, and vigilantly keeping an eye out for lighter thieves, it can certainly seem a bit strange to relearn a whole new set of etiquette rules for an entirely new method of getting stoned. All this can be considered doubly true for more senior citizens. No offense intended for all you old stoners out there, but I’m sure you agree. So, here’s this article to help point out the best portable vaporizer practices you can adopt regarding maintenance and etiquette in social settings.

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  1. Cleaning. This is a key habit to get into, which broaches upon the maintenance and etiquette aspects of this topic. To have the best portable vaporizer experience for yourself and ensure that your device lasts as long as it should, you have to clean it regularly. A large residue build-up can lead to many different electrical or mechanical complications. It also has a large impact on the overall flavor and quality of your vapor. This is a matter of etiquette, too, because if you end up sharing your vape with friends, then obviously, you’d rather let them try it at its best, no?
  2. Walk people through how to use it. This is as much for you as it is for them. Not everyone knows how to use this kind of handheld machine, and when weed is in the picture, anxiety or paranoia in some people may compel them to play it cool and act like they know what they’re doing. Kindly give a walkthrough of what to do or even offer to set them up yourself. This simple act can save you the trouble of using up your warranty or buying a new model much sooner than you thought.

Pack your chamber snug but not dense. This one little tip makes a difference, but it takes some playing around to figure out the best way to do it, depending on which vape you have, the shape of its heating chamber, the heating method, etc. Play around with it and see what works best for you.

Roberto Brock
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