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Whether you just shattered a bowl piece for a bong or you’re looking to shake up the style of your current rig, check out our extensive collection of glass slide bowls. From simple to ornate, we have a variety of bong bowls to suit every taste.
Glass bowls are a classic way to smoke, and for good reason. They’re a vital part of every glass bong, which is an old-school way to handle your smoke sesh. Glass bongs offer you a dry hit, which some folks find endlessly pleasing.
Glass bongs are also ridiculously easy to clean. With regular maintenance, you basically only need to shake your bong with something coarse and some vinegar to shake loose any debris. Or, if you’re the type to let your bong get a little — ahem — colorful, check out our guide to a deeper clean.
Bongs made from glass are also usually very pretty to look at. Skilled glassblowers craft exquisite shapes and colors. Whether you love Sherlocks or beaker bongs, there are literally dozens of options that make excellent conversation starters.
Get ready for one of the shortest sections you’ve ever read on our website. Smoking with a glass slide bowl couldn’t be easier. Are you ready? You sure? Okay, here it is, step-by-step:
That’s it! We told you it’d be short and sweet.
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Yep! As with other accessories you need to purchase a 14.5mm accessory for a 14.5mm joint and so forth. Don’t forget to make sure you order the right gender, as well.
We recommend a purpose-made cleaner to clean and protect your glassware. Keeping your bowl clean is an important part of getting the best hits of your herb.
We don’t recommend using concentrates or wax in your bowl. Heating the bowl rather than the herb can damage or even crack the glass. It will also leave an unwanted residue in the bowl.