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How do I clean my RADBOX?

Yo, keepin' your RADBOX clean is essential for peak performance. Here's how you do it, step by step:

Post-Ignition Ritual

After each ignition, fire the Clip without a fuse attached. This lets the heat do its thing and clean the coil. It's like a mini self-cleaning cycle, bro.

Blow Away the Ash

Give the heating coil a light blow to get rid of any ash residue from the previous fuse. Just a gentle puff should do the trick.

Tackle the Debris

If there's still some stubborn debris hangin' around, it's time to bust out the cleaning tools. Grab a soft brush, like a paint brush, and gently swipe around the heating coil. Don't go too wild, though. We don't want any coil wire bending or breaking.

Alcohol to the Rescue

For those extra stubborn spots, grab a cotton swab and dip it in some alcohol. Gently wipe around the heating coil, making sure not to damage anything. It's a delicate operation, bro.

Remember, a clean RADBOX is a happy RADBOX. So take care of that heating coil, keep it sparklin', and you'll be ready to rock the fireworks like a pro!

Updated on: 01/09/2024

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