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You need to know the different types of percs

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You need to know the different types of percs
There are plenty of perks to smoking a bong over a dry pipe, but you might be surprised to find that there are also many percs, too.Everyone’s favorite glass filter piece that sounds like a bad ‘80s dance. Percolators aren’t complicated when it comes down to function. They all break down the smoke (or vapor) and filter it through bubbling water in order to give the smoke a cooler, more smooth taste. To get a better idea of what you’re walking into, take a look at our guide to the different kinds of percolators.

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How Bongs are Made

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How Bongs are Made
More and more, smokers are beginning to take an interest as to the origins of their pieces,Let’s enjoy the process of making bong.

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You need to know If you want to learn smoking

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You need to know If you want to learn smoking
Bongs have been around in various forms for thousands of years, but that doesn’t mean that every smoker is schooled on the basics of water pipes.If you want to learn smoking,this article will tell you!

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How to Make Apple Shisha

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How to Make Apple Shisha

Making your own shisha is a fairly simple process that requires few ingredients. By mixing tobacco with flavoring, honey or molasses, glycerin, and fruit such as apples, you can easily make and enjoy some homemade shisha. Preparing Your Tobacco 1.Break up your tobacco. The first thing you need to do to make your own apple shisha is to prepare the tobacco by breaking it up into strips. The tobacco serves as the base ingredient that holds everything together. As well as the main ingredient for smoking. American Spirit loose tobacco works well, but you should feel free to try any...

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How to Clean Bongs Using Baking Soda and Vinegar

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How to Clean Bongs Using Baking Soda and Vinegar
No one likes a dirty bong. Thankfully, a little patience, baking soda, vinegar, and hot water will solve this problem.

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