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Does Vaping Indoors Stain Walls?

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Indoor cigarette smokers have had to deal with the ugly sight of yellow walls and furniture for years. Over time nicotine stains the walls and can cause unsightly streaks or an overall yellow hue.

Everyone knows the look of a smoker's house when they first enter (if they can't smell it first!). Many smokers have chosen to smoke outdoors rather than deal with such a garish look inside their home or have continually cleaned or repainted walls instead of dealing with the coloring.

Others have shrugged their shoulders and given up the fight. As vaping becomes more and more popular, many vape smokers are
beginning to wonder whether or not vapes will have the same effect in the home as cigarettes.


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Why does cigarette smoking turn walls yellow?

Nicotine is the primary ingredient in cigarettes that stains walls and furniture, but there are also several other chemicals, like tar, that contribute to the yellow stains.

When a cigarette is smoked, these ingredients, along with the
nicotine, are released into the air and disperse throughout the room, coating everything in their path and leading to stains.

This can be very frustrating and attempting to clean up the mess is very time consuming. Plus, it takes a lot of effort.

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Does vaping turn walls yellow, too?


So will walls also yellow with vaping? The short answer is, yes. Over time, vaping inside of the home will lead to yellow residue stains on walls and furniture. But this will happen over a different frame of time.

Before anyone puts down their vapes or begins to wash their walls, it is important to consider several different pieces of information. There are many different vaping devices.

A few examples of devices for purchase are
SMOK D-Barrel 225W Box Mod, Geek Vape Aegis 100W Solo Box Mod, Bigfoot 200W Box Mod-Wake Mod, Vmate 200W TC Box Mod-VooPoo, and Asmodus Colossal 80W Box Mod, among many others.

Vape products, such as e-cigarettes, vape mods, and other vape pens actually vaporize nicotine rather than burning it. The atomizer inside the vape heats the liquid and transforms it into a vapor. This is a different process than smoking, as the vapor dissipates more rapidly than smoke.

 

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What can I do to minimize the effects of staining on my walls?


Many
vape products contain nicotine, so there will eventually be some staining on walls and furniture. However, there are several different reasons that this will take longer or be less noticeable than with cigarettes, which is ideal for the house-conscious vaper. 


First, vapes do not contain the same chemicals that advance the appearance of stains. This will slow the process of yellowing on walls and furniture. In addition to the vaping process taking longer for stains to appear on walls or furniture, most vapes contain less nicotine content, and users have the options to vary the amounts of their nicotine intake even further and thereby lessen the amount of nicotine spreading in their home.

Vapes like a
Vaporesso Swag 2 Mod, Majesty 225W TC Box Mod-Smok, or Orion Q Ultra AIO 40W Pod Mod Kit - Lost Vape, or nearly any other model, have options for nicotine content ranging from 0mg up to 6mg.

E-cigarettes and vape pens, such as MyBlu or Vuse Circo, have a similar output to the average cigarette, but even vape mods that have a larger output, like the Movkin Disguiser, iPV Vesta 200W TC Box Mod, or
Coilart Azeroth Squonk Box Mod will stain walls and furniture at a much slower pace than the typical cigarette.


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Another consideration would be using vape juice or pods that do not contain nicotine at all. Flavored vape juices, such as Strawberry Pom (Brain Freeze)-Naked 100 Menthol E Liquid, Pink No. 1 (Pink Punch Lemonade)-Lemon Twist E Liquid, Butter Cookie-Sad Bov E Liquid, Lemon Tart-Dinner Lady E Liquid, and even Hawaiian Pog-Naked 100 E Liquid can be bought with 0mg nicotine.

This will prevent any wall or furniture staining at all.
Many CBD juices, like CBDfx Platinum Rose CBD Terpenes Vape Pen, Pineapple Express CBD Terpenes Vape Pen, and Honey Dew Ice CBD Vape Pen, also do not contain nicotine and can aid in relaxation and sleep.

Even if the first choice is to use a mod tank and the highest possible nicotine contact, vaping will take a much longer time to color the walls and furniture. 


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Sites like breazy have many different vaping options available for purchase. This is just one of the many reasons that cigarette smokers, especially those that deal with wall stains, should consider vaping as a better alternative to the traditional cigarette. Vaping is a much better method of nicotine intake than smoking and your walls will thank you!
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