How To Clean A Silicone Pipe

How To Clean A Silicone Pipe

If you're a smoker, it's likely that you have some silicone pipes in your collection. The good news is that cleaning them is fairly easy. Here are four methods that will help your pipe stay clean and odor-free:

Use Rubbing Alcohol

To clean your silicone pipes, use rubbing alcohol. Rubbing alcohol is a good solvent for silicone, so it will dissolve the oil and dirt that are trapped in your pipe. Then, use a cotton swab to apply rubbing alcohol directly to the inside of the pipe.

Rubbing Alcohol For Cleaning Silicone Pipe
Rubbing Alcohol For Cleaning Silicone Pipe

Use Soap and Hot Water

Using soap and hot water is the most effective way to clean a silicone pipe. Fill the pipe with hot water, then add a small amount of dishwashing liquid and let it sit for five minutes. Use either an old toothbrush or a cleaning brush designed specifically for glass pipes to scrub out any debris that might be stuck in your piece. Rinse thoroughly with hot water before using again

Use Vinegar and Baking Soda

  • Mix 1 part vinegar and 2 parts baking soda in a bowl.

  • Soak your pipe overnight, making sure it's fully submerged in the mixture.

  • Rinse thoroughly with water, then use a toothbrush to scrub off any residue if necessary.

Baking Soda
Baking Soda 

Conclusion

A few methods for cleaning silicone pipes that are safe and effective. If you want to use the best method possible, try using soap and hot water first. Then use vinegar and baking soda if the pipe still needs more cleaning after that. Finally, if all else fails then try rubbing alcohol or acetone since they can remove residue without damaging the material too much!

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