If you’re using activated charcoal, the process varies slightly. You can easily pick up activated charcoal at pet stores, as it’s commonly used to absorb unwanted materials in fish tanks.
Wrap a final dryer sheet over one end of the toilet paper roll, and fasten the dryer sheet to the tube using string, tape, or an elastic band. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)
Once you’ve assembled your materials of choice, it’s time to build your sploof. If you’re using a plastic bottle, use the scissors to cut off the top half of the bottle and discard the bottom half. If you’re using a toilet roll, no need to make any modifications.
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.
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.
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: plastic bottle, or a cardboard toilet paper roll in a pinch. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)
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.
Next, take your scented dryer sheets and pack them into the tube. There’s no need to densely pack in the sheets, as around three-to-five should adequately mask the cannabis scent.
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