#1

I used to have someone who did it for me but they have sinced moved out so what do I need to clean my pipe?
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#2

Cleaning a pipe isn’t to hard and there are a few ways to do. I recommend looking on YouTube but I clean my pieces with 99% or 91% rubbing alcohol and some salt.

Steps:
1) Take your pipes or whatever you want to clean and throw it in a bag.
2) Now, dump some rubbing alcohol in the bag along with some salt.
3) Then, seal the bag and shake the bag multiple times until you think it’s clean and slowly dump everything out the bag without breaking your piece.

You can repeat the steps if it’s not clean enough and sorry I can help with other methods because I only do the rubbing alcohol method but Google and YouTube are your best friends. Anyway hopefully I was of some keep and remember to keep on smoking.
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#3

Try boiling it. I find that works better then @Brian's method but it’s all preference.
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(02-23-2020 11:27 AM)Brian Wrote:  Cleaning a pipe isn’t to hard and there are a few ways to do. I recommend looking on YouTube but I clean my pieces with 99% or 91% rubbing alcohol and some salt.

Steps:
1) Take your pipes or whatever you want to clean and throw it in a bag.
2) Now, dump some rubbing alcohol in the bag along with some salt.
3) Then, seal the bag and shake the bag multiple times until you think it’s clean and slowly dump everything out the bag without breaking your piece.

You can repeat the steps if it’s not clean enough and sorry I can help with other methods because I only do the rubbing alcohol method but Google and YouTube are your best friends. Anyway hopefully I was of some keep and remember to keep on smoking.

Thanks for the detailed info! Gonna give this a try when I get home later.

(02-23-2020 11:36 AM)Ace- Wrote:  Try boiling it. I find that works better then @Brian's method but it’s all preference.

Thanks for the response but would like a little more info on how to boil it please. I don’t want to break my pipe.
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