Enail Dabbing Do's and Don'ts: Top Things You Should NOT Do
The Top Things NOT to Do with an E-Nail
Greetings, dab enthusiasts! Congratulations on upgrading your dabbing experience with electric dab nails (e-nails)! You're now exploring the innovative world of dabbing technology. Well done!
But like any tool, there are some do's and don'ts when it comes to handling your electric nail. Today, let's shift our focus to what NOT to do with your e-nail.
These steps will help to keep it safe and make sure it lasts longer. Avoiding these mistakes is crucial for your safety and the well-being of your enail. Let's dive right in!
It might be tempting to crank up the heat to get those clouds rolling, but resist the temptation. Not only does overheating risk damaging your electronic nail, but it can also degrade your concentrates and produce harsh vapor. Instead, find the sweet spot for temperature that provides a perfect balance of flavor and vapor production.
Don't Leave Your E-Nail On Unattended
Leaving your e-nail on when you're not using it is a safety risk. Like any electronic device, e-nails can malfunction or overheat, potentially leading to fire hazards. Make sure to turn off your e-nail when you're done dabbing.
Don’t Heat your coil for longer than 30 minutes at a time
Remember the golden rule of e-nail maintenance. Never leave your electric dab nail heating coil on for more than 30 minutes at a time. This isn't just an arbitrary recommendation, but a crucial measure to preserve the longevity of your device and ensure safety.
Heating coils are made to reach high temperatures. Also to keep consistent temperature throughout your dabbing session. However, extended periods of intense heat can lead to unnecessary wear and tear on the coil. This results in a shorter lifespan and reduced performance over time.
Overheating can also increase the risk of coil failure, which can be an unexpected and disappointing interruption to your dabbing experience. Leaving your heating coil on for extended periods not only risks damaging the e-nail but also raises safety concerns. It's important to avoid prolonged usage for safety reasons. E-nails, like any high-temperature electronic devices, pose a potential fire risk if left unattended.
Leaving the e-nail on for over 30 minutes not only increases the risk of damage. It also raises your chance of accidentally touching the hot surface and getting burned. It's crucial to avoid such risks by following the recommended time limit.
To prevent any mishaps, a straightforward and effective method is turning off the heating coil after each use. Then allowing it to cool naturally. This simple step ensures safety and prolongs the life of your e-nail. By adhering to this 30-minute rule, you can enjoy a safer, more reliable, and more sustainable dabbing experience.
Don't Use a Damaged Coil
The heating coil is an essential part of your e-nail. If your coil is damaged, you may get a short-circuit error or irregular heating of your dab nail. Be sure to check the coil's condition regularly. Regularly inspect your coil and replace it as necessary.
Don't Neglect Cleaning
Residue build-up can impair the performance of your e-nail over time. Make sure to clean your e-nail regularly following the manufacturer's instructions. However, never submerge your e-nail in water or cleaning solutions, as this can damage the electrical components.
Don't Use Improper Tools
When applying your concentrates to the nail, ensure that you're using a dab tool. Using other tools not designed for this purpose could potentially damage your e-nail or affect its performance.
Don't Rush the Cooling Process
After a dabbing session, your e-nail will be extremely hot. Be cautious not to rush the cooling process by using cold water or objects on the nail. This can cause thermal shock and damage the nail. Allow your e-nail to cool naturally.
Don't Ignore the Manual
Even though e-nails are user-friendly, it's important to note that each model may have unique features and functions. Don't overlook the manual that comes with your control box. It contains important information about the safe and effective operation of your specific e-nail.
Don't Forget Safety
Always remember that safety is paramount when using an e-nail. Keep your setup on a stable, heat-resistant surface, away from any flammable materials. For your safety, never touch the hot nail or heating element, and always handle your e-nail with clean, dry hands.
In conclusion, while electric nails can drastically enhance your dabbing experience, it's important to know what not to do with them. By following these guidelines, you can ensure a safe, efficient, and long-lasting e-nail experience.
Happy dabbing, everyone!