Video Vape Tips Pt. 2: Electric Boogaloo

Last week we published the first three installments of the Video Vape Tip series and this week we’re happy to bring you four more. We are frequently asked by customers and vapers of varied levels of experience to share tips and advice for all things vape-related, so we’ve decided to film these as a way to spread our vast knowledge. In our noble quest to promote safety, education, and advocacy, we’re always looking for new ways to share this information.

This week we’re covering common vaping courtesy, ego battery use, steeping, and being prepared. Check out all the videos below and let us know your own personal vaping tips in the comments section. You never know, we may just end up using them for our next video series!

Remember, we were all newbies once:

Ego Batteries 101:

Steeping is love, steeping is life:

The separation is in the preparation:

These are meant to be informative and entertaining. If there are ever any vape-related questions or issues you have, please don’t hesitate to ask us. Stay tuned as more vaping tips, advice, and hilarity are soon to come.

Something to think about:

What are some vaping tips you’d like to see illustrated in video form? We might just bring your advice to life!

Kenny Spotz

Kenny joined the Mt. Baker Vapor crew in November of 2014 because he was excited by the idea of working in such a cutting-edge industry. Beyond MBV, he's an avid musician, writer, and hiker.

  • tony says:

    thanks for the tips guys

  • Nick says:

    Hey guys and gals,

    Thanks for the tips and informative posts. Just a suggestion, I know there are a lot of steeping guides around on the web, thought MBV might like to show their best practice guide for steeping to get MBV juices tasting to their full potential!!

    Of course this could be hiding somewhere and I have overlooked it….


  • Robert says:

    Good info

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