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Has anyone got any suggestions on how you can clean all the crap off your pipe? I read somewhere that someone boiled their pipe in a pot of antifreeze for seven hours. Anyone got any other suggestions? Dremel is one way to go but would be interested in others if their are any and yes, I know I'm being fussy
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Has anyone got any suggestions on how you can clean all the crap off your pipe? I read somewhere that someone boiled their pipe in a pot of antifreeze for seven hours. Anyone got any other suggestions? Dremel is one way to go but would be interested in others if their are any and yes, I know I'm being fussy
There is already atleast 2 threads i have seen asking this question recently. Not being rude by saying that but im sure if you look through the pages it will be pretty close to pg.3 or so atleast. Now I dont know the best nor the worst I have heard crockpot and antifreeze and some others that in the other thread are mentioned already. As for dremel i would say NO because i tried that and once it got dirty it stayed dirty because it took the coating off and made stuff stick way easier. Also if not done right it makes the pipe look ugly.
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Has anyone got any suggestions on how you can clean all the crap off your pipe? I read somewhere that someone boiled their pipe in a pot of antifreeze for seven hours. Anyone got any other suggestions? Dremel is one way to go but would be interested in others if their are any and yes, I know I'm being fussy
i have read that also, never tried it though, i think 7 hours is a little long, maybe more like 20 minutes or so, but i normally use wd40, let it sit and soak on the pipe and then use a green scrub pad, im alittle anal about my things looking good also, for the antifreeze thing, i think that is mainly to clean out the inside of the pipe if im not mistaken.
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Originally Posted by NitroXray80809 View Post
There is already atleast 2 threads i have seen asking this question recently. Not being rude by saying that but im sure if you look through the pages it will be pretty close to pg.3 or so atleast. Now I dont know the best nor the worst I have heard crockpot and antifreeze and some others that in the other thread are mentioned already. As for dremel i would say NO because i tried that and once it got dirty it stayed dirty because it took the coating off and made stuff stick way easier. Also if not done right it makes the pipe look ugly.
Yeah sorry dude, I should have looked harder........

Thanks for the feedback though
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