Cleaning Your Kanger ProTank V1
At first look, it seems that for the most part, you really don’t need to clean it.
Fill after fill, the glass looks clean and so does the base of the unit.
Nothing but an occasional rinse needed.
The tube that connects the top of the coil head to the drip tip will indeed accumulate what I like to call “Crud” that adheres to the inner wall of the tube and the drip tip.
Mostly leftover VG residue that I suspect that has built up over time.
You can see it yourself if you look inside just right with some light above you.
A darkish brown substance. Fortunately very easy to clean.
Remove the base, give it a rinse and set aside.
Then take the rest of the tank and put it in a glass or a bowel of very warm soapy water and let it set for a bit.
Then get a couple of Q-Tips, insert after a soak and run them though the drip tip and into the tube, rubbing the insides until the Q-Tips come out clean.
Give the tank a flush under the faucet, then a soak and another flush, air dry and you are good to go.
You will be amazed to see how much “Crud” comes out of it!