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Sploof tube

You can create a sploof using a variety of materials. It all depends on your budget, your particular filtering needs, and the desired longevity of your sploof.

All sploofs function using the same principles: a closed-off tube with holes on both sides filled with filtering material. The filtering material is key, as this is what traps the canna-stink. Many DIY sploof-makers build their sploofs using dryer sheets, while others who want a longer-lasting filter opt for activated charcoal.
Nothing is a bigger tell-tale sign of an indoor smoking session than the lingering aroma of cannabis smoke. Whether you live in a weed-legal neighborhood or not, being discreet and respectful only serves you in the long run.

First, rinse the charcoal in water to activate it and remove dust. Poke some small holes in the bottom of a plastic bottle, enough to ensure smooth airflow. To keep charcoal from leaking out through these holes, tape a layer of paper towel around the base of the bottle. Finally, fill the bottle with charcoal, and your sploof is ready to use.
A sploof is a cylindrical object that filters cannabis smoke through a set of perforated materials. The device uses a filtering material, such as a dryer sheet, to remove smoke and odor particles from smoke blown into it.
You also have multiple options for the tube itself. A plastic bottle serves as a sturdier, longer-lasting sploof frame, while others opt for a cardboard toilet paper roll in a pinch. Despite the variety of materials, you’ll need the following elements to create your sploof:
A sploof is a cylindrical object that uses a filtering material, such as a dryer sheet, to remove smoke and odor particles from smoke blown into it. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)
The cannabis world offers up several professional-grade varieties of the original sploof, such as the Smokebuddy. However, these can run upwards of $50 and require frequent replacement of the activated carbon filter.

You also have multiple options for the tube itself: plastic bottle, or a cardboard toilet paper roll in a pinch. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)

What’s a Sploof? Nothing is a bigger tell-tale sign of an indoor smoking session than the lingering aroma of cannabis smoke. Whether you live in a weed-legal neighborhood or not, being discreet