We all know that a clean bong is a happy bong. Clean glass is a necessary condition for a perfect smoking experience. The clean glass bong provides a purer and amazing experience. It is important to take good care of your glass bong to ensure that it stays hygienic and beautiful for a long time.
This bong is wrapped in bubble wrap. It is like a baby blanket and can be used to decorate your delicate glass products. Transporting bare glass is not a good idea, bubble wrap is a safe medium for your glass sheets. When you move it, wrap it in bubble paper.
If you want to keep your water pipe clean and in shape, it is recommended to clean the water pipe regularly after each use. To clean it thoroughly, you will need Epsom salt, isopropyl alcohol, and a plastic bag. Wash with hot water. Add Epsom salt and isopropyl alcohol to the plastic bag, and put the pipe in the plastic bag.
When placing it, make sure that the glass is completely immersed in the alcohol. Now gently shake it in a horizontal manner for at least 5 minutes. Leave it in the mixture for a while, then take it out and wash it off with warm water. You are ready to stain your clean things again.
For those who often dab, removing the oil that accumulates in the twisted design of the glass pipe can be a daunting task. Therefore, it is very important to use the right product, which not only helps to keep your bong clean but also prevents future accumulation.
Some products are effective cleaning solutions that are very suitable for cleaning every part of your glass piece.
Another important tip is to protect the safe storage of your glass bong. The last thing you want to see is to open your cabinet and watch your expensive glass piece fall down into hundreds of small pieces.
Therefore, put your glass pieces in a safe environment, such as a drawer or a relatively low shelf. Stay away from your daily necessities and avoid the frequent movement of your precious glass bong.
You know it’s time to clean your bong if a ring starts to form around the waterline of your bong or when you pour purified water into it and see some little floaters of weed, resin, or residue in there. Those particles, combined with bacteria and mildew, is what results in that really specific bong smell.