- Don’t grind your material to powder, but of course make sure it is ground up enough where you are getting that nice surface area needed for vaporizing. If you grind it down to powder you are likely to have some slip through the screen, which is pleasant if it reaches your mouth and it can also clog the vapor path.
- Fill the chamber to the top where you see the metal ring. I DO NOT mean to fill it up to where the cap screws on, that would be madness. When you fill it to the top pack it down with your finger and then add more on top. Don’t go overboard, but you want the turn knob to actually give you a little resistance when you first try to turn it. Only a little resistance though, if you can barely turn it you’ve packed it too much.
Using the Vapor BLUNT
- The stir tool attached to the turn knob on the VaporBLUNT is one of the greatest invention ever. Don’t neglect it! I admit I often forgot it was there at first, but I trained myself to turn it after each pull and the result is a very long lasting pack.
- If you choose to use the VaporBLUNT at the standard 390° Fahrenheit temp (green light) I still suggest activating “Boost Mode” when the vapor seems like it is thinning out and the pack is almost done. Doing this will get every last little bit your material has to offer.
Cleaning the Vapor BLUNT
- After each session with the VaporBLUNT clean the chamber out thoroughly. I actually clean mine out so much that each time I run the brush through the chamber the brush actually pulls the screen out, which is great because I then just scrub the screen off with the brush too. If you ignore cleaning the chamber getting the screen out later can be a HUGE pain.
- Whatever you do don’t ignore the tiny screen that is a part of the turn knob stir tool. I neglected this screen for a while because I just didn’t even really realize it was there. When my VB started not giving me the same results I usually get I finally noticed this little screen all clogged up. The good news is it’s tiny and easy to clean with the brush you get.
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