You heard the term they use on UFC - embrace the grind?
I love rewick day. Used to hate it but when I rewick several tanks at once I will tear them all down, dry burn, wash and rinse, and then put all the parts in a bowl lined with paper towel. Then I tinker with the coils if needed and one at a time, wick, fill and vape. So in 15 mins from start to first puff I have fresh flavor and will enjoy that while I rewick the next one. Lather, rinse and repeat. It's awesome!
Now, this is for @JoJo When you need to rewick your G4, here's how I do it.
First, I will run my cotton into the coil from right to left. This will help conserve cotton because if you do it from left to right, you'll be cutting off cotton on the right side of the coil which will just be wasted because you will have to cut from the left side regardless. Here's what it looks like when I wick -
Once you have all the ends from the right side of the coil tucked in, next simply clip the tails from the left side of each coil as close as you can. There's no magic beyond that. Once you wet the wicks you could play with each left side tail to try and make it "prettier" but I've found it doesn't make a bit of difference. Sorry for the poor picture quality -
Now this is strictly for the 26ga SS build I'm using with 2.5mm ID. If you want to make 2mm ID, then you'll skip the cut tails and actually use the tails on both sides of the coils to stuff into the juice channels. That's because the amount of cotton you'll use for 2.0mm won't fill the channels up, and you really need them blocked off by cotton to prevent leaking. Just don't put in too tight or it will restrict the flow of juice. Hope this helps.