What is a Corn Cob Pipe?

What is a Corn Cob Pipe?

by Courtney T. January 27, 2020

A corn cob pipe is a smoking pipe made from the cob of a corn ear, the innermost part of corn that people do not eat. The process originated in Washington, Missouri and is one of the oldest methods of smoking in America. The first person to make a corncob pipe was Henry Tibbe in 1869, who worked in furniture making by spinning wood to form legs for chairs and tables – turn this craft to a husk of corn and a new industry was born. Read this article to learn everything about Corn Cob pipes. 

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What is Chameleon Glass?

What is Chameleon Glass?

by Courtney T. December 28, 2019

If you have been using glass pipes for any amount of time, chances are you have come across a pipe made from chameleon glass at some point in your life. In fact, there is a good chance you have one in your personal smoking arsenal. You can find simple glass spoon pipes, steam rollers, bongs, chillums, sherlocks, and many other types of pieces made from this amazing glass. Many people refer to this type of glass as color-changing rather than chameleon. Read this article to learn about what chameleon glass is. 
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How To Clean a Glass Pipe

How To Clean a Pipe

by Brent S November 27, 2019

Whenever anyone mentions that something is ‘best’ take it with a grain of salt – they’re likely giving you a good piece of advice AND their preferred method of doing something. This isn’t inherently bad but should be remember in case that method doesn’t work as well for other people.
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Spoon Chillum Sherlock Pipes

What are Glass Spoon Pipes, Chillums and Sherlock Hand Pipes?

by Scott M. June 28, 2017

Everyone loves shopping for their new glass pipe, but when deciding on which one to buy, it's hard to choose between a Glass spoon pipe, chillum or Sherlock hand pipe. We put together this Glass Pipes guide to help you understand how all of them are different from each other.
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