Gurgling of E-Cigarette atomizer
You’ll need to have a few paper towels handy to rectify an e-cigarette gurgling issue. In order to begin, check the outside of the e-cigarette and clean up any e-liquid that might have started to flow down the side.
Many e-cigarettes have “drip wells” to help avoidt this from happening, but some don’t. If your e-cigarette has a drip well, fold a paper towel into a triangle, push it into the well and let it absorb the e-liquid.
If you have an eGo e-cigarette with a removable atomizer cone, remove the cone, fold a paper towel over a few times and run it through the cone to absorb any e-liquid inside. When an eGo e-cigarette starts gurgling, this is almost always where most of the e-liquid is collected. Next step, you’ll need to take care of your flooded atomizer.
It is better to remove the atomizer with the drip tip still attached, hold a paper towel over the end of the atomizer and blow. Some people actually advise blowing through atomizers backwards, with your lips over the threading rather than the drip tip. However, if you proceed in such a way, you may get any amount of e-liquid in the mouth. If you blow with your lips over the drip tip, there is an alternative of pushing the atomizer’s wick down toward the threading, which would limit airflow when you vape — so blow gently.
Finally, fold a paper towel into a triangle and use it to absorb the e-liquid collected in the atomizer threading at the top of the e-cigarette. When you flood your atomizer, the wick is unable to hold all of the e-liquid that you’ve put. It runs out the bottom of the atomizer and collects in the threading below, which is what leads to the gurgling noise when you vape.
Put everything back and put one or two drops of e-liquid to replace what you blew out of the atomizer. You should now be readyt to continue a pleasant vaping process.