Arizer Air Cleaning and Maintenance Guide

Arizer Air Cleaning and Maintenance Guide

Cleaning your Air is a simple process, and we’ve got the steps to get your vape clean in no time.

Deep cleaning vaporizers can sometimes be a daunting task with all the parts and hard-to-reach places. Luckily, the guys at Arizer made cleaning your Air a simple process, and we’ve got the steps to get your vape fresh and clean in no time.

What you’ll need:

Rubbing alcohol
Glass cup
Cotton Swabs
A glass of hot, soapy water

Arizer Air Vaporizer Mouthpiece Disassembled

The mouthpieces

Unscrew the black mouthpiece from your glass stem and remove the rubber gasket inside. Soak both in the glass of hot, soapy water, and rub the oils and debris off. Use a wet cotton swab for the hard-to-reach spots inside the mouthpiece. Rinse both parts in fresh water, and let them sit out to dry. Grab the rest of your glass stems and drop them in a glass of rubbing alcohol. Give them a very gentle shake to loosen up stuck herbs, and let them soak for a few hours. Rinse, dry, and that’s it!

Arizer Air Vaporizer Cleaning Oven

The oven

The glass stems hold your herb, but debris can still build up inside the oven. Cleaning it out couldn’t be easier, though. Dip a cotton swab into some rubbing alcohol and give it a little pinch to remove the excess, so it’s not dripping. Wipe all around the oven, while holding your Air upside down, so the alcohol doesn’t drip down into the heater below. Let it dry out before running a burnoff.

Arizer Air Vaporizer Lights

Run a burnoff

Rubbing alcohol can leave residue if it hasn’t completely dried. It’s important to run a burnoff, so you don’t accidentally inhale any fumes. Set your Air to the highest heat setting and let it run until the alcohol smell disappears, or it shuts down automatically.

Arizer Air Vaporizer Cleaning Oven

Tip for a cleaner vape

After you’ve gone through a session, and your Air is still warm, grab a brush and clear out your stem and oven. Do this after each use, and you’ll have a cleaner vape you don’t have to clean as often.

Written by

tyler hixon

Tyler is a writer and photographer from Jacksonville, Florida, where you can find him reading on the beach, or on his longboard, carving up the streets of his neighborhood.

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