Curls for any tank should last for 1-2 weeks. Now, if you don’t care for the flavor then there’s no reason to continue utilizing it. A few individuals utilize the same loops for a month or two until it totally leaves making vapor, even though it begins to taste terrible. Cleaning your curls is irritating and not worth the time.
Depending upon the juice you utilize, loops can keep going quite a while or end up rapidly. You can flush a wick however the best way to truly clean one is to smolder it clean. But you can just do that with a silica wick as they can withstand the warmth created by an intensely hot curl. The Atlantis 2 curl heads have cotton wicking and you can’t do a dry blaze with them. While it is possible to remake an Atlantis loop head and the best option is to just swap it out with a new one. Your financial plan will confine how often you change them out as Atlantis curl heads can be expensive but there are a lot of substitution loops that are just a dollar or two when purchased in 5-packs.
If you utilize a re-buildable dribbling atomizer (RDA) or re-buildable tank atomizer (RTA) a curl can last for a long time as you should do nothing more than haul out and hurl the old wicking material, then warm the loop to high temperature to smolder all the gunked juice on it to powder, brush off the fiery debris, rewick the curl and enjoy for a few more days.