How to share your glass bong with others without spreading germs or diseases?

If you enjoy smoking herb or tobacco from a glass bong, you might want to share the experience with your friends or fellow enthusiasts. However, in times of pandemic or flu season, you might be worried about the risk of transmitting or catching germs or diseases from sharing your bong. Fortunately, there are some simple and effective ways to prevent this from happening and enjoy your glass bong safely and hygienically. Here are some tips to follow:

  1. Clean your glass bong regularly.

    This is the most basic and important step to keep your bong free of bacteria, mold, and residue that can affect your health and the taste of your smoke. You can use isopropyl alcohol, salt, and hot water to clean your glass bong thoroughly. You can also use special cleaning products and tools designed for glass bongs, such as scrubbing tools and sponges. You can find some of these products at


    , one of the most popular online smoke shops in the USA.

  2. Use a mouthpiece cover or a personal mouthpiece.

    If you want to avoid direct contact with the mouthpiece of the bong, you can use a disposable or reusable mouthpiece cover that fits over the opening of the bong. These covers are usually made of silicone or plastic and can be easily removed and replaced after each use. Alternatively, you can use a personal mouthpiece that attaches to the end of the bong’s tube and allows you to inhale the smoke without touching the bong itself. You can find some examples of mouthpiece covers and personal mouthpieces at

    Smoke Cartel

    , another reputable online smoke shop.

  3. Sanitize the mouthpiece between each use.

    If you don’t have a mouthpiece cover or a personal mouthpiece, you can still reduce the risk of spreading germs by sanitizing the mouthpiece between each use. You can use alcohol wipes, sanitizer spray, or even a lighter to disinfect the mouthpiece before passing it to the next person. This will help kill any bacteria or viruses that might be lingering on the surface of the glass.

  4. Avoid sharing your glass bong if you or someone else is sick.

    This might seem obvious, but it’s worth repeating: if you or someone else is showing symptoms of illness, such as fever, cough, sore throat, or runny nose, you should avoid sharing your glass bong altogether. Even if you follow the previous tips, you might still expose yourself or others to infection by sharing your bong. It’s better to be safe than sorry and wait until everyone is feeling better before enjoying your glass bong together.

By following these tips, you can share your glass bong with others without spreading germs or diseases. Glass bongs are great for smoking herb or tobacco because they offer a smooth, cool, and flavorful smoke that is filtered by water and sometimes percolators. Glass bongs are also easy to clean and come in various shapes, sizes, and designs. You can find some high-quality glass bongs at

, where you can also learn more about the benefits of glass bongs.

Remember to always smoke responsibly and respectfully, and enjoy your glass bong with your friends!