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wet resin?


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hey all, this is my first post on grasscity. just got back from college for summer break and sadly, all connects are down in that area, i dont have any here at home. so i'm desperate and decided to scrape my bowl. however, it was out in the rain a couple of days ago and so the resin is a bit damp. my question is will it be worth my time to smoke? sorry for the stupid question, thanks for any replies.

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It's worth a shot if you're completely dry. I know I would do it! :P

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thanks man. wanted to make sure i should atleast give it a shot before dumping it all. its a pretty good amount i would say.

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definitely possible.

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thanks to you too man.once again just making sure it would still get the job done/

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I actually find that resin, even if not exposed to water, is often wet/damp (don't ask me how).

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i understand what you mean. however this was very difficult to get it to actually stick together in a ball (more so than normal). it worked com-plete-ly fine though. first time ive gotten paranoid in awhile. and now watching adultswim...:smoking:

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I hate resin unless its dry and doesnt get on me and everything around me

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I recently checked my metel pipe. I know it did not get wet, but I have wet resin, no, none of the people using it slobbers, haha. Has anyone else experianced this? It burned quickly through, leaving a crunchy ash over the green. I have done scraping before, but have never seen it this wet, it actually formed a bubble as the pieces of the pipe came unscrewed. I live in the northwest if it matters. Does resin collect moisture from the air?

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I would be more concerned about built up mold, or mildew.

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If you scrap it it's good im ripped

Edited by iwantsalvia, 04 January 2009 - 06:13 AM.


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i also get wet resin in some of my glass pipes, IDK why though so i usualy mix the wet resin near the mouthpiece with the dry resin under the bowl and it makes a nice consistency.




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