So you did your research, you found the best device for you ( hopefully it’s Woomi ), you discovered your favourite e-liquid flavours and you’ve been having the best vape experience until… suddenly your vape starts to taste burnt. Don’t worry, you’re not alone – an occasional burnt taste is super common and it can happen to all vape pens. The good news is that there’s an easy solution to minimize that burnt taste and we’re going to walk you through it. Just follow these simple steps and you’ll be back to enjoying your vaping experience in no time.
Regardless of the type of device you’re using, you may experience a burnt taste from your vape from time to time. Why does this happen? Well, the burnt vapour cloud can catch at the back of your throat, causing you to cough. It’s not a pleasant sensation and there are various reasons for your vape electronic cigarette tasting burnt, but the good news is that it can be easily avoided.
The burnt taste can occur if there’s not enough e-liquid on the wick inside your atomizer coil. The wick is the part of your device that soaks up the e-liquid, which is then turned into vapour when the coil heats up. Without any liquid to vaporize, the coil gets too hot and overheats the eLiquid which is what causes that unpleasant burnt taste in your mouth (and ruins your vaping experience in the process). But that’s not the only case. There’s another common cause of burnt hits…
This is probably the most common cause of burnt hits. When taking lots of puffs in a row, your wick doesn’t have enough time to soak up the e-liquid, causing it to dry out and cause burnt taste. If you start noticing a slightly burnt taste when you inhale, put your vape pen down for a moment to give the wick time to absorb more e-liquid.
When vaping on a new coil, you should take time to properly prime your coil head before filling the tank. Priming means soaking the wick directly before you start vaping on it to ensure it gets properly saturated. The wick is made of dry cotton and the material is tightly compacted, making it less porous, so if you don’t correctly prime it, you’re likely to end up with a burnt taste in your mouth.
If you vape at a wattage that’s too high for you coil head, your e-liquid will vaporise too quickly. When this happens, the wick can’t re-saturate quickly enough, so the coil ends up burning the wick which causes that unpleasant burnt taste.
Ok, so you’re sick of having your vaping experience interrupted with a burnt taste – we totally get you – so let’s jump into how you can easily avoid having a burnt taste from your vape pen.
As we mentioned before, taking lots of short, frequent puffs, could dry out the wick. Try taking longer, slower puffs, leaving 15 to 20 seconds between each puff. This will ensure that the atomizer or wick has enough time to absorb sufficient liquid for your next puff and give you the best vape experience.
As temperatures drop, the viscosity of your e-liquid increases. If your e-liquid becomes thicker, it becomes more difficult for it to easily flow into the atomizer or wick. For the best vape experience, it’s best to operate your products between 0-35°C.
For rechargeable closed system devices, Always keep an eye on the amount of e-liquid in your pods before each vape session to ensure you don’t run out liquid.
As for Woomi disposable devices, the battery is designed to run out of charge before the eLiquid is exhausted to help prevent burnt taste/ dry puffs. Each Woomi goal 600 disposable vape will deliver up to 600 puffs before battery depletion as measured in laboratory testing of newly manufactured product. However, this may vary depending on individual usage behaviour.
Priming your coils is an essential part of vaping preparation. It’s quick and easy to do:
If you have a refillable kit instead of a vape tank with a replaceable coil head, the process is even easier:
Vaping at too high a wattage can damage your coils. If you’re using a device with variable wattage or voltage, you should always stay inside the recommended range to maintain your vaping device and keep it in top condition. You can find this information on your vape packaging or printed on the side of your coil head.
If you enjoy vaping at high intensity, consider upgrading your vape tank to one with a higher maximum wattage.
Now you know how to minimise the burning taste when you vape, you might find our guide on device maintenance useful, check it out here.
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