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Cleaning my bubbler?

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Jaycooler, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. Hey I was wondering how to clean a bubbler and how often to clean it? Also how to clean the part where your mouth goes cuz that can get gross from everyone using it:eek: thanks :hello:
  2. Coarse salt and ISO. Ive always cleaned my pieces at least once a week.
  3. [quote name='"Demiurge"']Coarse salt and ISO. Ive always cleaned my pieces at least once a week.[/quote]

    this ^^

    coarse sea salt and ISO ftw!
  4. I use this...somewhat controversial clean all of my glass.

    Go to your local supermarket and grab a jug of Tilex. Also grab some tape.

    1. Take the tape and tape up all but 1 hole in your piece.
    2. Pour Tilex in your piece until full. (if it's a big piece, like a bong, then you can spare some tilex and use a 50/50 ratio with water. But if it's really dirty just use all tilex.)
    3. let it sit there for a few hours. Longer you can wait the better. But you don't need to leave it there for more than a day.
    4. Empty bong and rinse out thoroughly with water. You should see all the grime just flow out easily. Rinse a few times to make sure you get all the tilex out.
    5. Let sit for an hour to make sure there's no tilex fumes left in it.

    Tilex is strong stuff, and def does the trick (make sure to thoroughly rinse after though because you don't want to be smoking that stuff!). Makes my pieces look better than new!
  5. Iso and salt is the shit. You could just keep a bag filled with the mixture also. That way you don't have to use 200 bottles of iso and 900,000,000 grains of salt every week.
  6. Another option is using something called "Simple Green". Works great for bigger pieces. Let em soak for hours, and then wash em out and they'll look brand new.

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