- What role does voltage play in vaping?
In order to understand voltage, you need to understand viscosity. Viscosity is just the thinness or the thickness of your oils. So if you have a thick oil which basically you can tell by flipping over your cartridge upside down and if it doesn’t move or takes forever in a day to move you have a thick oil if it takes like five seconds probably a medium and then if it’s almost instantly you got thin oil. So thinner oils would need a lower voltage and thicker oils would need a higher voltage. If you vape thin oils on a higher voltage you run the risk of burning the oil itself and if you vape thicker oils at low temperatures it might not heat up all of the oil in and you might not get the draw that you’re looking for. Also, cartridges play a factor in this sometimes because of the air hole. So you want to make sure that you get the full inhalation of your draw and you also want to make sure that you’re not burning your oils either.
- Can I refill my cartridge with new oils?
The answer to this is “absolutely”. I would say don’t do it more than twice, otherwise, you run the risk of clogging old oils might get stuck in there and so don’t burn your new oils correctly. You might lose flavor, taste, vapor production. If you’re a flavor chaser or somebody who likes to try and taste different strains, it’s best if you change your oils once maybe twice, and then dispose of them because they’re not meant to last forever.
- Do these work with normal vape liquids?
No, they don’t. Vape liquid is too thin, it’ll drip out it’ll leak out into the battery, that will cause connectivity problems if you do that.