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If you’re in the world of dabbing, you’ve likely encountered a quartz banger. These nifty pieces are quite popular among dabbers, and for good reason. Let’s dig into why you should buy quartz bangers from SMOKEA®.
While quartz isn’t quite as durable as, say, titanium, it excels in other areas. It’s more durable than glass and is famous for its clean hits. When you dab with a high-quality quartz banger, you’re tasting nothing but the flavor of your product. And, after all, isn’t that the point?
Quartz is also extremely well-balanced when it comes to temperature. You can reach your ideal temperature more quickly and maintain it more easily. This means less time spent thinking about temperature moderation and more time enjoying your smoke session.
Finally, a high-quality quartz banger is perfect for low-temp dabbing. Low-temp dabbing allows you to avoid scorching your material, so you get more flavor and more bang for your buck. Plus, you run less of a risk of producing carcinogenic compounds in your smoke, and who doesn’t want that?
Smoking with a quartz dabber couldn’t be easier. You’ll need a few extra tools, though, including a carb cap, dab tool, and torch so don’t forget to add these to your cart when you buy a quartz banger. To get started:
That’s it! Three steps and you’re smoking a quartz banger like a pro.
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While you don’t technically need a carb cap, any experienced smoker will tell you how much it improves the experience and many consider it a necessary piece of gear.
For best results, 450°F - 700°F. We recommend lower temperatures for a better quality hit, especially if you’re using a carb cap.
While your banger is still warm after a dab, clean out any oil or burnt residue. A cotton swab is great for this. If there’s any char you may need a drop of cleaning solution (rubbing alcohol works in a pinch). Dabbing at lower temperatures will reduce the amount of charred residue and leftover oil.