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When cleaning your coil, it's best to clean your tank simultaneously.

Cleaning your coil can be a more intricate process. Replaceable coils come in two varieties: coil heads for tanks, which are housed in a small metal chamber with an absorbent wick, and coils for rebuildable setups, which necessitate user installation and wicking. The cleaning method for each type varies significantly. Determine the type of coil you have and proceed with the steps below.

Replaceable Coils:
Replaceable coil heads from sub-ohm tanks can be cleaned, extending their lifespan by a few extra days. Soaking dirty coils and rinsing them removes some residues, but not all, due to the presence of wicks. While waiting for water to evaporate fully may take time, the additional vaping days make the effort worthwhile. Here is how you should clean your replaceable coils:
1. Let your coil soak in ethanol, vinegar, or cheap vodka for at least a couple of hours
2. Place it under the tap and rinse
3. Rinse once more with some distilled water
4. Blow air on the open side of your coil to force water to the wicking holes
5. Set it aside until all water has evaporated

Rebuildable Coils:
If you use a rebuildable atomizer, you should get used to cleaning your coils because you should do it fairly often! You can follow these steps for deeper cleaning.
1. Remove wicks from coils
2. Dry burn your coils lightly (don't let them glow too much)
3. Remove the atomizer from your mod
4. Place under running water
5. Brush them lightly with a toothbrush or a coil cleaning tool
6. Rinse once again
7. End with a final dry burn to remove the last droplets of water
If your coils are still gunked up or flavor production has dropped significantly, it's time to rebuild your atomizer. Proper cleaning will extend the life of your coils, but at some point, they will give in to time and extensive use.

Experiencing an acrid, dry, or burnt vape taste can be incredibly frustrating during your vaping session, whether you're a novice or a seasoned vaper. However, there's no need to rush into purchasing a new kit just yet! If your vape still tastes burnt even with a new coil, read on for tips on resolving this issue.

How to fix it?
1. Make sure your vape coils are primed.
2. Ensure your vape tank is full.
3. Check that your wattage isn't too high.
4. Be careful not to chain-vape.
5. Ensure you're using the correct PG/VG ratio for your coil head.
6. Check your wick hasn't become clogged.

While undoubtedly frustrating, there are numerous reasons why your vape might have a burnt taste despite a new coil. Fortunately, these issues are often easily remedied. We're confident that we've addressed the most likely causes of your troubles. Follow the steps above to prevent burnt hits from ruining your vaping experience!

If you encounter a burnt taste in your disposable vape, don't fret, as there are ways to address a burnt coil and restore a smooth vaping experience. Here's how you can fix a burnt coil in your disposable vape:

Signs of a Burnt Coil in Your Disposable Vape:
- Unpleasant Taste
- Decreased Vapor Production
- Dark or Burnt-Looking Wick
- Gurgling Sounds
- Difficulty Inhaling

Steps to Fix a Burnt Coil in Your Disposable Vape:
1. Disassemble the Device
2. Clean the Coil
3. Prime the Coil with E-liquid
4. Reassemble and Refill the Device

Remember that if you continue to experience a burnt taste, it might be time to replace your disposable vape device, as the battery or other components may be irreparably damaged.