Having your very own spiral glass blunt pipe means you’re in for a treat. You’ll finally get the chance to smoke your weed in the way it was meant to be smoked. You get a quality glass pipe you only need to fill, which takes less than a minute, and you’re all set to enjoy your weed. There’s no need to roll a joint or do anything remotely complicated that requires skill and time to learn.
However, using a blunt pipe means you have to clean it. There’s no need to worry, though — it’s not a hassle at all! In fact, cleaning our blunt pipe is as easy as cleaning can get. That’s especially true when you use our cleaning tips and tricks we’ll cover in this piece.
So, bear with us, and by the time you’re done with this article, you will have learned how to clean your pipe quickly and easily, which will allow you to get back to enjoying your weed in no time!
Thanks to Glass Blunt’s Easy Clean Cap cleaning is even easier, Let’s have a look.
Cleaning our pipe is incredibly easy. Note that that’s not only because of the cleaning kit that comes with the package but also the way our pipe was made.
First of all, the cleaning kit includes a picker tool and a cleaning brush. You should use both when cleaning your pipe, but we also advise you to use them after each smoking session, as that postpones the need for a deeper clean.
A deeper clean is necessary when the buildup of cannabis becomes significant enough. Also, if you’re meticulous about cleaning, you can do a deep clean as soon as the pipe starts to look dirty to you. We’ll talk more about the deep clean later on in the piece.
Secondly, cleaning is easy due to the design. The pipe is made of glass that’s easy to clean with water or alcohol. The spiral inside is also easy to clean as it’s made from ceramic that doesn’t corrode, but also because the shape allows for easy removal of ash.
Furthermore, we made our pipe with the Easy Clean Cap feature. We won’t bore you with the technicalities — all you need to know is that the feature allows the user to clean the pipe quickly and easily.
Now, it’s time to talk about the main topic — how to easily clean the pipe. You can use two methods — the easy clean and the deep clean. The easy clean should be performed after every use to avoid buildup or when the tip of the glass pipe looks like in the picture below.
Thankfully, the easy clean takes only a minute or two so it’s not something that needs to be avoided.
As for the deep clean, it’s necessary after prolonged and continuous use. The deep clean is recommended when the glass tube of the blunt pipe looks charred and requires a more thorough clean. The deep clean is also easy, although it takes a little more time as the parts need to sit in alcohol.
The easy clean is as straightforward as the name implies. Start by removing the cap — unscrew it counterclockwise and wash it with water.
When that’s done, you can remove the other tip, the one shown in the picture below.
Wash the tip if it’s as dirty as the one we showed at the beginning of the text. A quick wash with water only should do the trick. It’s fast and easy, and by doing it regularly, you won’t have to do the deep clean too often.
When you’re done with that, you’re done with the easy clean! As you can see, it’s very straightforward and will take you only a minute or two.
As we’ve already stated, the deep clean is useful after long and continued use of the pipe or when you see significant buildup on the pipe itself — a buildup that won’t go away if you clean it quickly with a brush.
You can start the deep clean by removing all the parts from the glass blunt pipe. You probably already know how to do it, but you can still take a look at our short clip if you’re unsure of what to do.
Leave all the parts submerged in isopropyl alcohol (you can get it in almost every store). Let the parts sit in alcohol for 15 to 30 minutes, depending on how dirty they are.
When they’re done soaking, use the picker tool to clean the holes in the spiral. All that’s left for you to do is to wash the parts thoroughly under some warm water. Let them dry and then you can use the pipe again.
As you can see, the deep clean is also quite easy, although it takes a bit longer. Therefore, perform the deep clean when you don’t need to use the pipe for at least an hour.
All in all, cleaning our spiral glass blunt pipe is as easy as it gets. Even though it might seem like a boring task at first, it’s actually quite simple once you make the most of our cleaning tips. Both the easy clean and the deep clean are straightforward and quick — you don’t need any special products or knowledge.
Use the tools from the blunt pipe package and the tips listed here, and you’ll clean your pipe and be ready to use it again in no time!
This completes our How to Clean a Glass Blunt guide. We also have a guide on “How to Use a Glass Blunt“! Feel free to check it out.