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Triton Cleaning?

So now that the prince of the sea has arrived it seems he can be a petulant little child when it comes to his royal hygiene. So how do we deal with such a bratty prince? When my Triton is naughty I shove him under hot water. This works to flush out his insides nicely. Then I shake him violently with his top fill open while strangling him. Once I have shaken his world apart for about thirty seconds I like to use a can of compressed air to get rid of anything that may be collected inside. Finally I set him down and ignore him for about ten to twenty minutes. (This is by no means parenting advice and should only apply to clearomizers, electronic cigarettes, and princelings of the sea.)

 

In all seriousness the Triton is such a versatile tank I think that this is quite a small disadvantage. On the other hand I am confident that our resident mad scientists will outdo themselves again soon enough.

P.S.    Please share with us how you give your prince of the sea a bath.

  • Myrus Smiley

    You’ve got to strangle him!

    But not strangle him too hard, he has been a tasty little tank. (No, I don’t work for Aspire, and I have only rinsed it once when I was an idiot and did not remove the heat sink when trying to fill the very first time…. learned my lesson. awesome tank!)

  • David

    The best way to clean it is to place it in a small ultrasonic cleaner with vodka. After 2 or 3, three-minute cycles it should be clean. Then use compressed air or a bicycle tire air pump and blow air through it. The vodka will evaporate much faster than water. Done. Fill. Vape. Repeat.

  • Joshua Brown

    The coil on the Triton sits too high. There’s still juice in the tank but it’s not able to reach the wick.

  • jose rosado

    there is another problem with triton every time u fill it,u have to do it fast,because if you don’t it will lick thru the middle off it and them it come out thru the airflow vent. does this happend its to anybody else

  • sual

    But not strangle him too hard, he has been a tasty little tank. (No, I don’t work for Aspire, and I have only rinsed it once when I was an idiot and did not remove the heat sink when trying to fill the very first time…. learned my lesson. awesome tank!