:::::EASY CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAI TOP AIRFLOW ATOMIZER:::::
- Use a pipette or CAREFULLY drop a few drops of filtered water into the Ti bucket and pulse the fire button for consecutive 2 second bursts about 5 times until you see the loosened gunk bubbling around with the boiling water in the Ti bucket. Dump the water into a trash can and mop out the excess debris or repeat with more water and dumping. If the build-up is still liquid or semi-liquid, it is usually best to start by applying heat using the fire button for a few seconds, then mop up what you can with a q-tip or (new) rolling filter (about 1 cent per filter which is very handy to use as a mop). This will allow the water to penetrate easier and will make things quicker, but is not completely necessary. If you have really stubborn build-up you may need to pipette some ISO in the bucket and let sit for some hours to loosen. This combined with scraping (with a “softer” metal than Ti such as a steel dabber tool) is sure to get your bucket back in working order– if not looking almost brand new again! Replacement buckets will be available upon request.