Simply clean Vape Juice stain from Clothes

David Miller
David Miller

Vaping is an increasingly popular activity, but it can be tough to keep your clothes clean when you’re vaping. If you spill vape juice on your clothes, the only way to get the stain out is by washing them immediately in cold water. Unfortunately, if you don’t catch it quick enough and let the stain dry before washing, then chances are that it will set into your clothes permanently! Luckily for you, there are some easy ways to remove these stains from clothing so that they look as good as new!

Quick and Easy Ways to Remove Vape Juice from Clothes

1: Use Hydrogen peroxide and soap

  •  Mix dish soap with hydrogen peroxide solution (50/50) until foamy consistency forms
  • Apply the mixture directly onto the affected area using a sponge or cloth towel and wait 15 minutes before washing as usual in warm water
  • Shout (or Spray n’ Wash) pre-wash stain remover directly onto the affected area and rub in

2: Laundry pretreatment spray

Use laundry pretreatment spray directly on stains before washing. You can also use it while the item is still damp or after the previous method. It will help pull out a deep set in dirt & grime that other cleaning products may miss! Make sure not to pour it directly onto your clothes, though, as this could make them look dull. Instead, apply the product into your hand first, then put a garment over the top and scrub together using circular motions until foam disappears. Rinse thoroughly with cool water afterward

3: Try soaking

Soak stained clothing overnight in white distilled vinegar before washing in warm water. You can also add a bit of baking soda to the vinegar for added stain removal power.

4: Ironin

If your clothes are safe for ironing, get them wet and lay them flat on an ironing board with another piece of the old towel covering the freshly pressed side. Then place hot steam iron over the top without pressing down or moving it back and forth.

5: Use dry-cleaning solvents

Try using dry cleaning solvent directly onto the affected area after softening up stuck on stains by first applying light heat from the hair drier. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully before proceeding! Make sure you test cloth in an inconspicuous spot first to ensure no discoloration occurs when using this method.

How to Ensure you do not stain your clothes while vaping

One of the top priorities for vapers is to ensure that their vaping experience does not cause any damage, whether it be destroying property or harming someone else. It’s also essential to ensure that you do not get stains on your clothing. If you are concerned about ruining good clothes, then there are several tips and tricks you can follow to ensure your vaping experience does not cause any harm to clothes.

First, when you are vaping, make sure that the portable vaporizer is set to a low voltage level. If possible, try not to bring the voltage past three-point six volts. This will make it less likely for you to get stains because the juice is not heated as high, and less vapor is created. You can also try adjusting your airflow depending on how much vapor you want to make.

Another thing that you can do to protect yourself from getting vape staining is by vaping with a tank instead of dripping. If you are dripping, take the atomizer out of the mod and keep it in a small cup where you can vape at your convenience. This will ensure that there is less risk of getting stains on clothing.

Failing to change out your atomizers when they get gunky may also make it easier for you to get stains on your clothing. Viscosity is the term used to describe how thick e juice becomes when gunky residues are left in your atomizer tank. When you let this viscosity get too high, it becomes more likely that you will spill some vape juice on yourself or get its remnants on clothes. You can’t let this happen. If you are getting stains on your clothes while vaping, it’s time to change out your atomizer entirely instead of trying to clean it.

Another thing that you can do to keep your vape juice from causing any damage is to make sure that the tank does not go dry when you are vaping. This means you may need to keep refilling the tank and cleaning it out every so often. However, you want to make sure that you don’t just rinse your tank with warm water and soap because this may cause discoloration or rust of materials in the tank. You can also use a special brush or a hypodermic syringe to clean the tank. It’s also essential to ensure that you never overfill your tank with E-juice because this can cause the juice to spill out all over your clothes.

Another trick that you can use to ensure that there are no stains on clothes is by vaping in an area with carpet or perhaps outdoors instead of indoors. If you are using an e-cig with a short cord, you can also try vaping while charging your dab pen, never to run the risk of getting stains on clothes. Just be sure to unplug it before inhaling out of the atomizer, so there is no spillage.      

Key Takeaways

Now you know how to get vape juice out of clothes. The quicker the stain is treated, the more accessible and less noticeable the stain on your clothes. You can also use these methods for cleaning stains from other substances such as wine or coffee, which have a similar coloration to some vape juices. Make sure to always spot-treat any new spills right away, so they don’t set into your clothing fabric and become more difficult to remove later down the line!

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