So you've been using your bong religiously, but now it's starting to look a little... Cloudy. Don't worry, this is normal! Bongs can get dirty pretty quickly, but luckily they're also super easy to clean. With just a few common household items, you can have your bong looking good as new in no time. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to do it.
The first thing you're going to want to do is take your bong apart. This usually just involves unscrewing the bowl (the part where you put the weed) from the stem (the long tube that goes from the bowl to the base of the bong). If your bong has a percolator (that little mesh screen at the bottom of the stem), you'll want to take that out too. Set all of the pieces aside for now - we'll come back to them later.
Now it's time to start cleaning! Fill up your sink with hot water and add a generous squirt of dish soap. You might need to let the water run for a minute or two to get it nice and hot.
Once the water is nice and hot, add all of the pieces of your bong into the sink and let them soak for 15-20 minutes. This will help loosen up any tough residue that's built up on the inside of your bong.
After letting everything soak, it should be much easier to scrub off any remaining residue. Use an old toothbrush, pipe cleaner, cotton swab, bottle brush, or a large straw brush to scrub the sides of each piece. If you're having trouble reaching some spots, you can try using q-tips too. Just make sure you're getting in there and giving everything a good scrub!
Once you've scrubbed everything clean, rinse each piece off with hot water until the water runs clear. Then, dry everything off and put your bong back together. And that's it - you're done! Time to sit back, relax, and enjoy your clean bong.
If you want to make things even easier (and ensure that your bong is squeaky clean), you can always buy a professional bong cleaning kit. These usually come with everything you need, including a bottle of bong cleaning solutions, a set of pipe cleaners, and a little scrubbing brush. Just follow the instructions on the kit and your bong will be good as new in no time!
It really depends on how often you use your bong. If you are using it daily, then you should clean it once a week. If you are using it less frequently, then you can probably get away with cleaning it every other week or even once a month.
A clean bong is a happy bong, so it's important to give yours a good cleaning every once in a while. With just a few household items, you can have your bong looking good as new in no time! Just follow these five easy steps and you'll be enjoying hits out of your clean bong in no time.
Yes, you can also follow these steps if you have glass bongs. Cleaning glass bongs actually tends to be a bit easier than plastic bongs.
No, except for water and soap you do not need any other bong-cleaning solution when cleaning your bong. If you want to make it even easier, use boiling water when cleaning your bong.
You can just let the dirty water down the sink after cleaning your bong.
Yes, baking soda is a great natural cleaning solution. Just make sure to rinse it off well afterward in the best case with filtered water.
If your bong is starting to smell bad, it might be time for a deep cleaning. First try boiling water and then vinegar or lemon juice. If that does not work, you may need to soak your bong in rubbing alcohol.
Yes, alcohol or rubbing alcohol is a great way to disinfect your bong. Just make sure to rinse it off well afterward. All in all, we would recommend you to preferably use bong cleaning solutions for your cleaning process though.
Yes, isopropyl alcohol will work to clean your bong but not necessary. Just make sure to rinse it off well afterward.
No, it is not necessary to clean your bong with alcohol but it is a great way to disinfect your bong. Just make sure to rinse it off well afterward.
Yes, you can use bong cleaners for acrylic bong, but just like with silicone bongs, please make sure to rinse it properly after cleaning your bong.
There are a few other options you can use to clean your bong such as vinegar, lemon juice, or even salt.
Boiling water is a great way to clean your bong, but make sure that you let it cool down before using it on a plastic bong. You don't want to end up melting your bong!
No, you should not put your bong in the dishwasher. The high temperatures and harsh chemicals can damage your bong. Plus, you don't want dirty dishwater getting all over your bong!
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