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The pipes, bongs and bubblers I use to smoke weed always get too clogged to use after 2 to 6 months.

Every time I buy a new glass smoking device (either a ****, pipe, or bubbler) it's too clogged with resin to get a clear hit out of. I've tried cleaning the pipes and bubblers with a saltwater solution, Bling pipe cleaner, and Formula 420's glass cleaner formula, but nothing seems to work. I also tried the old fashion clothes hanger and paper clip pipe scraping method with hardly any success. What's the best way to clean a heavily used medical ********* pipe, bubbler or ****?

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If you dont want the resin then boil it if u do then use a zip tie that is the width of the hole than pull and twist

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It sounds like the engine is over full with oil, the reason it is smoking is because oil is being pushed past the seals into the exhaust. If it is over full you will need to lower it to the proper level and then drive the stuffing out of it to burn off all the oil in the exhaust. Have see that several times at the shop.

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