It’s easy to replace your Easy Valve bags, and get a much longer life out of the mouthpiece. I love the easy valve for many reasons, but the wasteful nature of single use was troubling. Using this trick I’ve been able to clean and keep using mouthpieces 20+ times over. Learn how to replace your easy valve volcano bags right here.Read More
According to this, replacing the bag on your easy valve is possible.
Update: it is indeed possible! I replaced the bag easily in a few minutes. There’s nothing to clean… it really is the easy valve.
At last here’s a complete video tutorial of taking apart, cleaning and re-assembling the complete Volcano Vaporizer. The video runs 9:45 and is available in full screen. You can also consult the Volcano Vaporizer cleaning photo guide for more detail. Continue reading to start watching the video.Read More
Here’s a new improved photo gallery based on user requests. One of the most daunting tasks for the new Volcano Vaporizer owner is taking it apart and cleaning for the first time. Here’s a step by step photo illustration of how to disassemble all the parts of the Volcano Vaporizer and clean using rubbing alcohol …Read More
As outlined in this article –
How To Take Apart and Clean the Volcano Vaporizer – Photo Illustrated – I’m a fan of using isopropyl rubbing alcohol and sea salt for cleaning my Volcano. I had no complaints about the process and thought it was pretty effective. Well they say necessity is the mother of invention…
How often you take apart and clean your Volcano depends on frequency of use, and personal preference.
One often overlooked fact is that the parts dirty at different rates. For example the bottom screen of the filling chamber takes a long time to clog up, because the air is blowing through, not the vaporized plant material. …
UPDATE – Please see updated photos here – Taking Apart and Cleaning the Volcano Vaporizer
One of the most daunting tasks for the new Volcano Vaporizer owner is taking it apart and cleaning for the first time. Here’s a step by step photo illustration of how to disassemble all the parts of the Volcano Vaporizer and …
There’s some debate on the best cleaning solution for using on your vaporizer – Volcano or otherwise.
Good Old Hot Water – Hot water will easily remove gunk from glass and metal. However all that hot water can make for some nasty burns.
Rubbing Alcohol – Cuts right thru gunk. Gloves strongly recommended, along with ventilation and …
Cleaning your new Volcano vaporizer can be a bit intimidating at first, with all the pieces and parts – but the cleaner you keep it – the better it will work. Here are a few basic tips for cleaning your vaporizer.Read More