Cleaning and Maintenance Guide
Throughout this blog, we’ll be teaching you how to clean your new Tera vaporizer! Be sure to go ahead and grab some isopropyl alcohol, new screens, cotton swabs, paper towels and let’s get started.
The great thing about the Tera is that it’s super easy to disassemble. All you’re going to do is simply pop off the mouthpiece by lifting it away from the body. This should be fairly easy to do since it’s just magnetized.
Replacing the Screen
Now we’re going to check in with our screens and see if it’s time to replace it if it is time to do so. This is where you will first remove your screen and have your replacement screen nearby for when we’re done cleaning everything. The best thing about the Tera is that it’s super simple to clean and pop out your screen. It will also come with some cleaning tools to help you get through this process.
Cleaning Tools Included with the Tera
So once you receive your Tera you’ll see that it comes with a handy dandy cleaning brush. It also comes with a nice little shovel which is great for scooping in flower or concentrate when vaping with the Tera. The shovel is also great for getting into the nitty-gritty of our Tera. You can also use the tool to remove any flower that’s left behind from previous seshes.
Brushing Out the Heating Chamber
We’re going to grab our cleaning brush and just start skimming it along the outside of the Tera’s bowl. You don’t have to press or push too hard here if there’s any leftover flower you need to scrub off.
This will really help it get out and get out of any nooks and crannies that we might have in our Tera. If the screen gets disrupted no worries here you can just reset it once you’re done or remove it if you plan to replace. It’s great to go through with the bristle and make sure that there’s not any leftover herb from any sessions.
How to Clean the Tera Mouthpiece
Then we’ll do the same thing with our mouthpiece on the inside where the second screen is located. Be sure to brush it gently to get off all that extra residue that might be left behind. Also, if it’s time to replace the mouthpiece screen this would be a great time to do so. It’s a great way to help them last longer if you’re looking to really get a long lifetime out of the screens and not having to replace them too often. At this point it should already look significantly cleaner from brushing off all that leftover herb.
Next, we’re going to take an isopropyl alcohol soaked cotton swab and thoroughly clean the unit. Starting with the bowl you’ll want to gently scrub along the sides while also not leaving behind any cotton fibers. Then you’ll want to do the same with the mouthpiece and body of the Tera.
At this point you’ll want to reinstall your cleaned or new screens to the bowl and mouth piece. Then once it’s dried out you’ll want to reassemble your Tera and enjoy! Let us know in the comments down below if you have any further questions on how to clean your Tera.