This will be a complete guide on how to clean your Volcano vaporizer. You will need a couple of dishes for soapy water and ISO. I recommend 91% ISO. You will also need some paper towels, some sort of pick tool, and about 10-15 minutes.
UPDATE: This video is outdated and the Solid Valve is no longer being sold. But it’s still relevant if you have an old Volcano with the Solid Valve filling chamber. I’ll be working on a new cleaning video for the Easy Valve filling chamber and will post a link to it here when I’m finished up.
Storz and Bickel also released a couple of new/updated versions of the Volcano Vaporizer including the new Volcano Hybrid and the 24k Gold Plated Volcano Classic which was released for the 20-year anniversary.
The new Volcano Hybrid is completely digital with quicker heat-ups, faster fill times, Bluetooth, and last but not least, an added whip option. The Gold Volcano Classic is the same thing as the Volcano Classic we all know and love but shiny and gooooooolllllldddd. I looooveeeee gooooolllldddddd.
How to Clean the Volcano Vaporizer:
It’s really not to hard to clean the Volcano and you very rarely actually have to clean the Volcano. Overall the Easy Valve is the easier valve system to deal with in my opinion. It’s a lot easier to just throw out a bag and grab a new one. The Solid Valve is a great system as well because it allows you to customize your balloon sizes but overall it takes more time to clean.
Watch the video above for a complete step by step tutorial on cleaning your volcano vaporizer and leave a comment below with any questions!