Cleaning a Juul doesn’t involve much and it’s pretty quick and painless, but a cleaning can go a long way for keeping it working properly and charging correctly. Users will need a cotton swab and some rubbing alcohol. The user should squeeze any extra liquid off of the q-tip before using it to clean off the metal contacts.
If a pod is leaking the first thing users should try is puffing on their Juul more gently as to not force any of the liquid out. Don’t bite or squeeze the pods at all. The Juul website has a whole troubleshooting page specifically for helping users deal with leaky pods. How to fix it depends partially on when the leak occurred so users first need to select whether it happened in the package, in the device or during use.
If your Juul is fully charged but still won’t hit, then it’s time to try a few other approaches. If the device isn’t producing any vapor try to clean the contacts where the pod fits into the Juul. We have more info on cleaning your Juul below.
Nicotine is an addictive substance that can be found in all Juul pods, as well as most e-cigarettes. Juul/Newsweek
Cleaning your Juul can go a long way if you want to keep it working properly. Juul/Newsweek
The company also advises that users try and eliminate any small air bubbles that might be in the pod. To do this, remove the Juul pod then tap it on a table with the mouthpiece pointing up to remove the bubbles. If that still doesn’t work, users should try a different pod. If you believe your Juul won’t hit because of a faulty pod, we have more info on getting a refund below.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advise that e-cigarettes, like Juuls, are not safe for kids, teens, young adults, pregnant women and adults who don’t already use tobacco products. “If you’ve never smoked or used other tobacco products or e-cigarettes, don’t start,” says the CDC website.
The colored lights on your Juul indicate the amount of battery level. Juul/Newsweek
Juul’s smokeless tobacco alternative has become popular for many reasons. It doesn’t require a lighter, offers more bang for your buck and comes in a smaller package than traditional tobacco products. But they do have one added frustration: technical difficulties.
For some Juul issues, a fix is as simple as a quick cleaning.
Once you’re finished you can gently slide the battery back in, making sure that the indicator light is correctly lined up with the hole on the shell. You can then pop on a juice pod & you’re ready to vape!
The JUUL is a great option for anyone who vapes. Even if you’re new & you’re looking to quit smoking, this is a great option to start with because it’s easy, it’s portable, & you get a hit similar to a cigarette.
The JUUL is a pod system that you can pick up in most gas stations. In the box you’ll get the JUUL itself, 4 different flavored pods that include tobacco & mint (50 mg), & a USB charging mount.
A couple of issues with the JUUL is that sometimes the indicator light randomly flashes, & sometimes juice leaks from the pod into the battery area. We’re not sure about the light, but Chris has found a way to solve the leaking juice!
Chris loves the JUUL. It’s a simple re-loadable pod system that is draw-activated. There’s tiny indicator light that signals when it’s been activated & when it needs to be charged. You can just tap the side of the JUUL to activate the light to see if you need to charge it! Green means it’s fully charged, yellow means it’s running low, & red means that you need to charge.
Today we are reviewing the JUUL & you can watch the full review here.
The JUUL can last a long time, but we’ve found that about every 4-6 months it needs to be replaced. Whether it’s because the device disappears into a couch (this happens frequently) or the juice begins to leak too much, 4-6 months is the average amount of time that passes before it needs to be replaced.
Take the flavor pod out, then gently stick a key or another small implement into the hole & gently push. The battery part will slide out of the bottom & from there you can wipe off excess juice & see if there are any issues inside that may cause the juice to leak.
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Hey Savages! Today we are reviewing the JUUL & you can watch the full review here. The JUUL is a pod system that you can pick up in most gas stations. In the box you'll get the JUUL itself, 4 different flavored pods that include tobacco & mint (50 mg), & a USB charging mount. Chris loves the JUUL. It's a si