How to Become a Vaping Pro When You're Still a Novice


2017-03-31 09:40:37

Many vapors may be unaware of this, but vaping was first introduced in the mid-2000s.

It seems like over night that vaping has become a multi-billion-dollar industry. It also seems like vaping has become a trend adopted by millions of people in just a few short years.

Vaping is performed by all kinds of people: those who have quit smoking, those who want to try something different and those who enjoy the vaping culture. Of course, the major story whenever a news outlet talks about vaping is how it has led to millions of consumers quitting tobacco.

Now that you have become informed about the benefits and drawbacks, pros and cons of vaping, you may want to join in on the fun. At the same time, you may be nervous about being a novice. However, with a few tips and tricks, your abecedarian behaviour can morph into expert territory.

Here are five ways to become a vaping pro when you're still a novice:

Only Buy from Reputable North American Brands

Yes, it may be a tad more expensive, but you should always purchase from reputable North American brands, manufacturers and firms. It is true that you can buy from Chinese companies that usually offer cheaper products, but the quality will be a lot lower. By purchasing low-quality vaping products, the entire experience will be negatively impacted, something that you don't want to happen on your first try.

Invest in a Top-of-the-Line Vaporizer

Perhaps it won't last for 10, 15 or 20 years, but you do want to get the most out of your vaporizer. This is why you should invest in a top-of-the-line, high-quality and state-of-the-art vaporizer. Indeed, it may cost you a pretty penny, but it is a worthwhile investment to get a great vaping experience and to ensure that you don't have to keep doling out money on vaporizers every few months or so.

Take Care of Your Battery

Here are two of the most important reminders pertaining to your battery: keep it charged and clean it regularly.

When it comes to charging the battery, you should charge it whenever it is on the brink of dying. At the same time, you need to ensure that you do not overcharge the battery because it can be overheated and even prone to potential explosions.

In regards to cleaning your battery, you should take the time clean the residue and dirt found between the battery and the cartridge. You can employ a paper towel, cotton swap or cloth to remove any of the dirt. Whatever you do, refrain from using cleaners and soap.

Never Fear Experimenting with Vaping

A common fear that first-time vapors have is experimentation. Indeed, what works for some people may not necessarily work for you so that's why it is a must to always be trying new things.

Moving forward, it would be a good idea to experiment with different vaporizers, flavours, products, innovations and ratios. This will help you determine how you like to vape and how you could enhance the vaping itself as you progress.

Remember, Don't Think Vaping is Like Smoking

As cigarette smokers make the transition to vaping, they tend to make the mistake that vaping is just like smoking. This is an incorrect assertion.

Although it replicates the way you smoke a cigarette, the experience is not exactly the same. In fact, the feeling in your mouth, throat and lungs will be dramatically different. Vaping is not harmful and does not come with a horrendous odour.

When you get this idea out of your head then you will have a pleasant vape.

Final Thoughts

It is true that all levels of government worldwide are attempting to clamp down on vaping. By passing new rules and regulations, the bureaucrats and politicians say they want to protect the consumer. Whether that is true or not is unknown, but just because the government is composing a crackdown it doesn't mean that you should stop yourself from vaping. On the contrary!

There is a reason why millions of people all over the world are hopping on the vaping bandwagon. It is fun, delightful and innovative and, if you're a smoker, healthier.

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