Some important information upfront:
• I do not recommend that you refill cartridges unless you know what you are doing. Buying cartridges is easier and safer.
• There is a risk of poisoning or toxicity
with the use of liquid nicotine solution.
• Nicotine is highly transdermal
. You need to be careful with it. Don't lick drops off your fingers. Keep the liquid put up away from children and pets. When you are done, wash your hands
• Please follow the smoke juice manufactures instructions
• Utilize gloves
and other proper personal protection when handling nicotine solutions.
• I do not wear gloves in the pictures since I am using zero nicotine solution.
• Manufacturers don't support refilling. You may lose you warranty
• This is for guidance only. You follow this at your own risk
. You can not hold me reliable for any bodily harm or harm to your property. Again: I recommend that you buy refill cartridges.Steps:
What you need: smoke juice, paper clip, empty cartridge.
1. Carefully use a tool like a paperclip to remove the rubber cap from the cartridge. Make sure not to hook into the atomizer wire located just beneath the cap.
2. You should now see the wool and the atomizer wire
3. Using dropper from smoke juice bottle add 2 drops around the perimeter of the center hole. Don’t drop onto atomizer or wire. Don’t overfill it, pooled liquid means that you over filled.
4. Place cartridge standing up and let it absorb the liquid for a couple of minutes.
5. Repeat the previous two steps if more liquid is needed.
6. Let the cartridge sit for about 5 minutes.
7. Insert rubber cap back into the cartridge.
8. Blow into the end with the rubber cap to get rid off any loose liquid through the threaded end. Wipe the threaded end clean.
An overfilled cartridge will produce little or no vapor and may also leak juice. Don't overfill! Throw away the cartridge if refilling fails.
If the paper around the cartridge becomes unsanitary simply remove it and expose a cleanable stainless steel surface.