Nothing ruins the taste of good smoke more easily than a dirty hookah. The good thing is that if you are willing to clean it often, the hookah is not that difficult to clean. Use the following methods to keep your good partner shining as new. Then, reward yourself with a cigarette.
Proper cleaning shisha – hookahs Seven Steps:
Disassemble the pipe. Disassemble all parts and clean them one by one. Remove all detachable parts, especially the pipe and cigarette holder (if any).
Rinse the hookah. Try to wash the hookah with water at the beginning, and then let it dry naturally. Wash with the hottest water you can withstand.
Pour some salt. Pour some Epsom salt or table salt into the hookah water pipe and cigarette holder. If you find it more convenient to use a funnel, you can use a funnel. Pour in salt that fits the size of a hookah. A typical hookah needs about 1/3-1/2 cup.
Pour detergent. Pour in an appropriate amount of detergent you like. The amount of pouring depends on the size of your hookah. It’s better to start with half a cup, but you also have to experiment.
Concussion! Seal all openings with your hands to prevent liquid from spilling out, and then shake for at least five minutes. The longer the shock, the better. Shake, shake, shake.
Wash and repeat. Pour the washing liquid into the sink and wash until it is completely clean. Repeat the cleaning process according to your needs, but usually one time is enough. Cleaning your hookah set frequently can reduce the time it takes to clean it each time.
If necessary, use cleaning tools. You can use pipe cleaners, test tube brushes, cotton swabs and all other useful tools to help you clean the places you can’t wash.
Please note the following three warning:
Do not clean the hookah with soap. The smell of detergent will last for a month.
Most cleaners are flammable, so don’t use them when you smoke.
If you are using methylated alcohol or Gum out additives, make sure you clean the hookah in a well-ventilated area.