If you want to be a real stoner, then you should know how to create a great cannabis tool out of almost any household item. Though it may seem that a bong and a lighter are the only things you need to smoke weed, the following tools will make your toking experience more pleasurable if you have them at hand.
You probably used those colorful tools during your craft activities when you were a child. But do we really need them for smoking weed? Yes, these things will be a great cleaning tool for your bongs or water pipes. They are commonly used for cleaning tobacco pipes, but in a stoner's case, they will help you push out a stuck piece of resin from your smoking paraphernalia.
Although electric heat guns are not meant for general household use, they can also be applied for your toking experience, namely dabbing. Some cannabis-related companies have already attempted to sell dabbing-specific torches, but traditional heat guns from hardware stores still take the lead in the dabbing scene, if not taking into account a few “professional dabbers.”
These beauty tools are the most favorite accessories of girls, but stoners can also use them for their recreational purposes. Hairpins will help you in plenty of ways. Using them, you can clean your pipes and bowls; they are best suited for disturbing bud when packing a joint or a bowl. Moreover, you can use them for collecting resin, and there are many other ways how a hairpin may help you get out of a difficult situation.
If you also have index cards that only gather dust in your home, here is a great idea how to use them for your cannabis arts. You can use your blank index cards for making joint tips or collecting shake from your desk. Instead of index cards, you can also use business cards or construction paper for the same purposes.
Isopropyl alcohol is widely known as the first aid antiseptic, and your parents might have also used it to disinfect your wounds. Though you are an adult now, it may also come in handy for smoking cannabis. I personally use isopropyl alcohol when sharing a bong with my cannabis friends. You may think that I am clumsy, but in fact, I simply like a clean and shiny bong on a Friday night, and isopropyl alcohol always helps me with it.
I am definitely sure that this household tool does not need any explanation. Use your kitchen scale for weighing your cannabis bags out when you come home from a dispensary. Moreover, if you tell your budtender that you have a kitchen scale that measures in grams, you may find that they become more generous. Besides, by weighing cannabis that you are going to put into a bong or roll into a pipe, you can easily determine your best dose for the right high.