How to Clean Your Bong

What you need: Isopropyl Alcohol – The higher the purity the better job it will do of cleaning; we recommend at least 91%. Salt Water Ziplock Bag (for dowstems and smaller glass pipes) Pipe Cleaners or Q-Tips (for downstems and smaller glass pipes) Directions: If your bong has a downstem, remove it. Pour isopropyl alcohol into the …

Types of Percolators

Percolators (or percs) are pieces of glass technology that provide water pipes and dab rigs with diffusion, which leads to filtered, cooler smoke. Some of the commonly found types of percolators include: Dome: A type of perc where a small upwards-facing stem is enclosed by a glass dome with slits in its base. Smoke travels from the …

Dab Rig & Concentrate Accessory Terminology

Dab Rig: Also referred to as a vapor rig, oil rig or concentrate pipe. It’s a glass on glass water pipe that has a male joint, rather than a female. This is so you can apply an oil dome (which has a female joint) & nail to it, for use with oils/concentrates. Oil Dome: Also referred to as …

Bong & Water Pipe Terminology

Glass on Glass: Also referred to as GonG. Tapered glass ground joint that creates an airtight seal. They appear to be frosted. GonG joints come in 18.8mm, 14.5mm, 10mm, & others. 18.8mm: Also referred to as 18mm and 19mm. This is the largest of the commonly used GonG joint sizes. 14.5mm: Also referred to as 14mm. This is …

Why You Should Be Using A Carb Cap When You Dab

Many people are familiar with the rise of ‘carb cap’ use among the dabbing culture, but are still unsure of their purpose, effectiveness, or necessity. Allow us to clarify. Many in the dabbing culture are under the misguided impression that they should heat their nail until it is glowing, red-hot and then quickly drop their oil onto the nail …

Seasoning a New Nail: Why and How?

Seasoning A New Nail   What is seasoning? Seasoning is the process of heating up your new dab nail and applying a small amount of oil to its surfaces before use. More specifically, it is the polymerization of materials within your extract/essential oil, which form a thin “season” layer within the open pores of the heated …