How to clean the Arizer Solo Vaporizer (10/2014)

Updated October 9, 2014

The great thing about this method is that you can do it with stuff you can find at home. All you need to clean and maintain your Arizer Solo Vaporizer is:

  1. Rubbing Alcohol
  2. Glass Jar
  3. Cotton Swap

Rubbing alcohol is cheap and easy to find. All you need to do is to fill your jar with the rubbing alcohol and close it. Keep it in a safe place. You can recycle the rubbing alcohol for up to a year to clean your solo glass aroma tubes. After you use the glass tube for 5 – 10 times, the glass tube tends to become greasy. Then you just drop your tube into the jar with rubbing alcohol and close the lid. 5-10 minutes later you can rinse the glass tube with hot water and it will be perfectly clean and sterile.

You can then use cotton swaps that you dip into rubbing alcohol to clean inside the heating chamber as well (make sure the unit is at room temperature).

If you clean the glass tubes on a regular basis, you will always be able to enjoy clear and pure vapor.

A few months ago one of our customers recommended that we could, after using the same jar of alcohol for an extended period of time, leave the jar open. The alcohol would evaporate and one could reuse the residue that is left in the jar.

Please feel free to share if you know of any alternative technique and don’t forget to check out our Arizer Solo Vaporizer Review to learn more about this awesome portable vaproizer!

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Team TorontoVaporizer

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