The scientific term for glycerin is glycerol. It's a liquid that naturally occurs and can be found in a wide variety of products. Glycerin is best known for its ability to inhibit the growth and formation of ice. It has very potent anti-freezing properties.
It's also found in vape liquids that boast strong, robust clouds. The most passionate bong users understand the effects that ice has on their draw. Many of them even come equipped with ice catchers to accommodate this practice.What many people don't know, however, is that glycerin is a much more effective and convenient way to smooth your smoke. Your bong won't wind up overflowing with excess water from rapidly melting ice.
Of the many various techniques - adding ice, ash catchers, cold water, etc. The glycerin coil is the most innovative way to keep your smoke cool, smooth and pleasant.Glycerin is the modern way to upgrade bongs with cooling features. You also have the option to add a glycerin adaptor to your current bong of choice.
Glycerin coils can be stored in freezers to keep them nice and frosty in between uses. However, please do not make the mistake of storing your whole bong in there. Your bong should never, ever be kept in the freezer, especially if it's glass.
Glass is not able to survive freezing temperatures without breaking. Even though to practice of adding ice to a bong is relatively simple, glycerin coils are considered the more modern and elite way to keep your smoke cool and smooth. It will stay cool and efficient for much longer than the ice.
You also won't have to dump out excess bong water after the smoke melts the ice. Glycerin coils aren't just more effective, they're also a lot easier to maintain.
They can be cleaned the same way you would any other pipe. Large grained salt, 91% isopropyl alcohol, and a good shake will keep them spotless. Find a container like a Tupperware bowl with a lid or a Ziploc bag. Any enclosed container that's slightly larger than the coil will do just fine. Once it's inside, cover it with the alcohol.
Add a few teaspoons of the granulated salt to the container. Shake it up for a few minutes, and then let it sit for about half an hour.
After the half hour waiting, give the coil one final shake before removing it. Rinse it with clean, cool water. Depending on how blemished your coil is, you might have to repeat this process a couple more times to get it pristine. This is top quality water glass glycerin coil pipe made from high quality borosilicate glass. Inline percolators are simple slitted tube percs, similar to downstems.However, unlike downstems they tend to sit flat in the water, whereas downstems typically enter the water at an angle, so they don't have the problem of some slits being higher than others. This means the only limit to the number of slits is the length of the tube, which is why it's fairly common for tubes using large inline percolators to be expanded horizontally, like the piece in the image on the left, to accomodate longer inline percs. Although this makes them more effective, the longer the perc, the easier it is to break. Much like showerhead percs, they are often used in stemless pieces as the first minor percolator which then leads to the first main percolator above it. Made from 7mm thick borosilicate glass.
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