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Do you remember the last time you had a great time spending the afternoon with family and friends outdoors? If you are like most people, you might think things like boating and playing kickball are fun--but only if you are fit and coordinated enough to participate fully. I struggled with having an enjoyable experience with recreation and sports, that is until I started concentrating on getting better at outdoors activities. Check out this blog for all kinds of advice on improving your ability to play outside with the people that you love. You never know, improving your kickball game might also help you to live a longer, healthier life.

3 Tips To Prevent Your Glass Pipe From Breaking

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If you enjoy smoking out of glass pipes, then you might own a few of them or could be thinking about buying one. One thing that you could be worried about, however, is the possibility of your glass pipe breaking. Of course, this is something that can and does happen, but if you follow these tips, you can help prevent this problem.

1. Buy a Higher-Quality Pipe 

For one thing, if you are in the market to purchase a glass pipe, you may want to think about budgeting a little more money. Even though it's true that there are many cheap glass pipes out there that you can purchase, the quality often is not as good. Of course, this does not mean that you have to spend a ton of money on a glass pipe. However, looking for one that is made out of a thick, durable glass and that appears to be well-made, such as by not having too many "bubbles" or other imperfections in the glass, is a good way to ensure that you have a glass pipe that will hold up well.

2. Avoid Getting it Too Hot

Of course, since glass pipes are designed for smoking, they are designed to get hot when you apply a lighter. However, if you hold the lighter to your glass pipe for too long and get it too hot, you could cause it to crack. Try not to hold the flame to your glass pipe for any longer than necessary so that you can avoid bringing the glass to too high of a temperature.

3. Store it Properly

It can be easy to get in the habit of leaving your glass pipe lying around when you aren't using it. However, this is a good way to put it at risk of being damaged. If your pipe came with a small carrying case, consider using it so that you can keep it protected. If not, consider investing in a cloth or felt pouch that is designed to cushion it if you drop it.

As you can see, there are a few tips that you can follow if you would like to avoid breaking your glass pipe. Even though it's true that glass pipes can break, even if you are very careful with them, you are sure to see that your glass pipe will last a whole lot longer without damage if you follow these tips.


29 April 2018