It’s time to get down and dirty with the XMAX V3 Pro vaporizer. Grab your vape and follow our path to a cleaner, fresher vaporizer.
What you’ll need
A few household items is all you’ll need for this simple cleaning.
- Rubbing alcohol
- Container for soaking
- Cotton swab
Disassemble the mouthpiece
Most of this deep cleaning will involve the V3 Pro’s mouthpiece and its smaller components, so let’s take it apart. On the bottom side of the mouthpiece, pinch the little ridge that surrounds the metal filter screen and pull it straight out. Then, remove the ceramic airflow box and the metal filter screen from the silicone piece and set them aside.
Soak the airflow box and filter screen
Take the ceramic airflow box and metal filter screen, and submerge them in your small container of rubbing alcohol for a few hours. Once they’re clean and free of any sticky gunk, rinse them off and set them out to dry.
Clean the oven, mouthpiece, and silicone housing
Dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and wipe any sticky substances out of the V3 Pro’s oven. Hold your vape upside down while you clean to keep liquids from draining through the oven into the vape below. The mouthpiece and silicone housing may not need much attention, but go ahead and wash it thoroughly with warm soapy water, then set it out to dry.
Once all the pieces are dry to the bone, put it all back together. Take the metal filter screen and ceramic air path and place them back onto the silicone housing. Then, insert them back into the plastic mouthpiece shell. Pay attention to which way you insert the silicone gasket - it only fits one way correctly. Last thing we’ll do is run a quick burnoff.
Run a burnoff
Finally, we’ll run a final burnoff to finish up this deep cleaning. With the mouthpiece detached, set the V3 Pro to session mode. Turn it up to the highest temperature and let it run a full session until it shuts itself off. And that's it! Now you're good to go with a fresh vaporizer.
Tips for cleaner vape
We always recommend you clear and brush out your V3 Pro’s oven at the end of each session. The longer your herbs sit, the more it sticks and settles inside. So when you’re all finished with your session, take your cleaning brush and empty out all the spent debris.