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Water spot problem!

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by kieeeeeef, Sep 4, 2007.

  1. What is the best and easiest way to rid my bong on water spots?

    Sorry if this is the wrong place for this, I figured some "seasoned tokers" would know :D
  2. go out and buy some "Bling" its gets the job done very nicely

  3. What "department" would I find bling in?
  4. just go to your local headshop and ask them if they have any bling, theyll know whats up
  5. I used some stuff called glass scrub for hard water spots on my car windows. Should work if you can figure out a way to scrub. Find it at auto parts stores.

  6. Haha, I'm going to be rolling if this guy goes in and says "I need some bling" and they just look at him retarded.
  7. haha ya good point, i wouldnt walk in there and say that, but just be like "hey can i get some water pipe cleaner called bling or somethin" and theyll be like "yea man" and ur all set :D
  8. no grab salt (any kind long as its the salt you put on food . even restraunt mcdonalds works lol) and some rubbign alchol go to a grocery store and buy some make sure its 99% cause that shit will get it spot less ad way cheaper then formula 420 or bling...
  9. Very true.... you won't spend more than 5 bucks and it will last longer too.
  10. yup works, this is what i do to clean my many bongs when i can be arsed.

    do that.

  11. Agreed. If you can't find 99%, I've used as low as 70% before and it works, you just have to shake it up a lot more.

    To further elaborate, if it's a big bong, I usually pour in enough salt to where it's about a centimeter or two above the bottom, and then just enough isopropyl to cover the salt up and make a nice slushy salt mixture. The salt is there to basically 'scrub' the inside, so don't be afraid to use plenty of it. Then all you do is hold on for dear life, and shake, shake, shake!

    It'll look good as new, and you won't have to spend an arm and a leg to do it. ;)
  12. I've never been able to remove water spots with the salt/iso method. Although I was using 90%

  13. How much salt and iso were you using? I've never had anything but luck with that method. :confused:
  14. The iso and salt is for getting rid of resin, It wont get rid of all of the hard water stains, For that you need oxyclean.

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