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  1. Kanger Protank Will you be getting the Protank soon?
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      I hope within two weeks or less.
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  2. Pretty funny, I did the same thing with the grooves in the base for airflow. Works great on the flat top mods..
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  3. I like your sponge idea with slots added!! Thanks! I use EVODs and after I fill them, screw on the base, I will turn the tank right side up and blow into the mouthpiece while holding a cloth loosely around the base's air holes - this action blows out most any liquid in the air passages and the cloth or papertowel soaks up the juice. (I will try the q-tip idea.) Another thing to stop EVOD gurgling: take a 2nd silicon tube/cap with hole in one end and put it on the atty's post, facing the opposite direction as the first one covering the coil and wick. This makes it just a bit harder to screw the base of the EVOD onto the tank, but also won't allow fluid up into the mouthpiece. If you're short on these silicon tubes/caps - take one off a (discarded) CE4 clearomizer (atomizer) and trim down the length of the tube part to match the length of the EVOD atomizer cap. ie, find what fits and works! I keep a piece of wire with the end 1/4" bent out to the side to 'fish these caps off' the tank's air hole tube when refilling. Tis a bit of a bother, but so much nicer (worth it) to not deal with gurgling noise, taste or irritant. A dental pick might work well also. NancyB
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  4. I found your take on using the sponge to be a great idea. I am using a Kanger Protank II and I am needing to know what I can use for a wick. I really don't have any access to any thing around town as of now. Can you offer some suggestions?
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