If you are a Myle user, you know how important it is to take good care of your device. This is especially true if you want to get the most out of your Pod Myle. If you clean your Myle pod regularly, you can avoid having a spoiled or leaking pod. Luckily, there are a few ways to keep your Myle pod performing at its best.
Keep replacing your myle battery:
The Myle Pod is expensive, and the build-up of e-juice residue can easily compromise it. This can contaminate the internal electronics of your Myle device. You might have to replace your Myle pod or Myle battery if this happens.
It would help if you stored it in a dry and cool location:
A Myle pod should be stored in a cool, dry location. Keeping it out of direct sunlight will also protect it from UV rays. The device should be plugged into a USB port and charged with a proprietary charger. It is recommended to use a reputable charger, as some chargers may damage your Myle pod.
Use a microfiber cloth to wipe down the battery’s surface:
Another trick is to use a microfiber cloth to wipe down the Myle battery’s surface. This will remove the smudges and dust that tend to accumulate in the charging port and clean the metal charging port. If your device doesn’t work when you’re charging it, try using a different connection port. If you still have a problem, contact the seller for assistance.
In addition to cleaning your Myle pod, you should consider several other steps to keep your device performing at its best. You can improve the battery life of your Myle pod by changing the nicotine strength of the e-liquid. This will also allow you to enjoy the experience of your Myle pod more often.
Replace it if you feel the e-juice leaking:
If you have a Myle pod that has leaked e-juice, you need to replace it. This is because e-juice can splatter onto the battery, compromising its functionality. If this happens, blow on the top of the battery to dislodge trapped e-liquid. You can also bend the contacts of your Myle pod to force them to push more firmly on the pins at the top of your Myle pod.