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    Default Vaporiser cleaning

    Not sure if this is the right forum but I have a eukybear vaporiser and i was wondering how you clean them as it has bad mineral deposits which is in the heating element.

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    I bought the Taav Vapourisor cleaning tablets and just put those in the water.

    Eta: Mine's not a Euchy Bear one though, so I am not sure of the heating elements on those, but with mine I just use the cleaning tablets in the water reservoir and it helps a lot with the mineral deposits etc.

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    We have one of these too... You can buy special cleaning tablets from the chemist - or wherever you bought the eukybear from. Just pop one in when you have it on overnight and it unblocks most of the build up.

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    Yeah ive been doing that but the deposits are still in there and i worry about bacteria as its used for my son

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    I clean mine out with Vinegar as well if it's still looking a bit gungy, and make sure that when it's not in use I have it thoroughly dry.

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    Default Vaporiser cleaning

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    I clean mine out with Vinegar as well if it's still looking a bit gungy, and make sure that when it's not in use I have it thoroughly dry.
    I do exactly this.

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    I found submerging the head in a bowl of vinegar and taking it in and out o get out the dirt particles


 

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