How To Clean A Bowl?

Fill the bag or container with equal parts rubbing alcohol and warm water.

Then add a liberal amount of kosher salt, put the lid on or seal the zipper, and give it a good shake.

Then, let it sit for 30-60 minutes before rinsing; if there’s still lingering residue, use a pipe cleaner to coax the gunk out.

How do you clean resin out of a bowl?

Just scrape off the bulk of the resin and then drop it into a Ziploc baggie with 90-100% isopropyl alcohol for a good three-hour soak. You can also use a bit of non-iodized salt as an agitator for a faster cleaning. If you add salt, you may not need to let it soak for long at all.

How do you clean a glass pipe without alcohol?

Fill your ziploc bag with rubbing alcohol, and then place your piece in ensuring it is totally submerged. The alcohol will break down all the resin and tar so that you can more easily remove stains. Generously add salt to the mixture. Salt acts as a mild abrasive allowing you to scrub off the residual particles.

How do you clean a ceramic pipe?

We recommend a few methods to clean our ceramic pipes:

Over a sink, put a pinch of salt and some rubbing alcohol into the pipe. Plug the pipe holes with fingers and shake, so that the interior resin is dislodged. Repeat and rinse well with warm water. Air dry.

How do you clean a one hitter?

Get a sealable plastic bag or container and put the one hitter in there. You want to put enough rubbing alcohol in so that the one hitter bat is completely covered. Adding a small splash of hot water (think 1-2 oz) can help loosen up the gunk due to heat. Next you want to add 1-2 tablespoons of salt into the bag.