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Sploofs and Indoor Stealth Smoking

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by sparticus63, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. I've never used a sploof. Tonight I have friends over, and still live with my parents.

    My question is, if we rip my bong in the basement while my parents are sleeping two floors up, and exhale through a sploof, how much will the smell linger? The only windows in the basement are incredibly tiny - like 1 foot high by 2 feet wide - and aren't close enough to the ground to really allow us to blow our hits out. If we were to do this, we'd be packing the bowl and just doing snaps so I don't think any cherry smoke would escape into the room.

    I'm thinking we'll just go outside.
     
  2. Going outside would be the best bet. No matter how many people on here will claim the sploofs work, to a non-smoker it only hinders the smell.
     
  3. just get a little step ladder and blow the smoke out the window.
     
  4. For blowing smoke out a window, make sure you know where the drafts are. Most likely the air comes in at the bottom and leaves at the top, so blow the smoke near the top.

    Some places sells fans just for this, there are 2 fans, 1 blows out at the top, and the bottom fan brings in air.
     
  5. sploofs are only good if your controlling the smoke coming out of whatever your smoking out of. use some good dryer sheets.. i had friends that would spray cologne on toilet paper and use that.. not the greatest idea..
     
  6. The only sploofs I would use are the ones fitted with activated carbon. Softener sheets only mask the smell, non-smokers can tell, we can't.
     
  7. We ended up just going outside... thanks for the feedback guys. Better safe than sorry in most situations.
     
  8. If you do decide to smoke in the basement, try to get some febreeze for it is an odor neutralizer, make sure all vents leading to other areas of the house are closed, get a spoof, and exhale in the safest place possible.

    Happy Toking
     
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