A California lawmaker has positioned himself as an ardent supporter of e-cigarettes.
U.S. Congressman Duncan Hunter, a Republican from California, says e-cigarettes and vaporizers have helped him quit using tobacco and should be spared from prohibitive legislation. During a Congressional hearing earlier this month regarding a proposal to ban e-cigarette use on airplanes, Hunter pulled out a vaporizer and puffed away to make his point.
“This is called a vaporizer,” Hunter said, as he exhaled a cloud of smokeless vapor. “There’s no combustion. There’s no carcinogens…There is no burning. There is nothing noxious about this whatsoever. This has helped thousands of people quit smoking. It’s helped me quit smoking."
Considering you use and handle them daily, put them to your lips, and store them in a pocket or purse with money and other not-so-sanitary things, your e-cigs and vaporizers probably need a bit of cleaning now and then.
But don’t just polish up the exterior. The inside of your device can become dirty due to frequent use and it may need some occasional care to make sure it is working at its best and allowing you to experience the full pleasure of vaping.