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Sounds about right to me. Usually around 1 1/2 weeks. Although, it can be quicker sometimes.
Thanks for the reply my friend...I've got to say the answer is unknown. They blacken up fairly quickly but this is a curing process that actually makes the wood harder. Our ancestors would harden their spearheads using this technique.
It would also depend on usage etc. I'd think it would get thinner over time but would equate to a heck of a lot of bowls. Easily replaceable with a slice of 1/2" dowelling.
Heya vapers, happy 420.
Figured it was time that I did something about Pipes Cauldron I've had sitting around in a box totally unused. (The VC I planned on using - from my WS kit - won't work as the cap doesn't remotely fit).
So, I have a 2021M in my cart. Is that a good choice paired with the Cauldron (i.e. vs 2020M)? Is there anything I else I need? (emphasis on the need lol). A different cap?
Yes, I got it a sweet WS package from a member here. Of course, I had no use for the included cap.
It doesn't fit on the VC. I read about squeezing it but it's not even close. No amount of squeezing will do it.@chimpybits is it that your cap doesn't fit in the IH or that your cap doesn't fit on the vapcap tip? If it's the former maybe your IH has the wrong size glass sleeve - all my caps fit with plenty of room to spare. If the latter you can reshape the cap by squeezing it a bit - nothing hard enough to crease the metal but enough to make the opening a bit more round.
The standard cap I got a while back was really loose and had to be squeezed a bunch. I really did almost give up, and you have o squeeze harder than I was initially comfortable with.
I've given it full strength and still it just falls off. I could dig out some pliers or vice grips tomorrow, but I don't see it helping.The standard cap I got a while back was really loose and had to be squeezed a bunch. I really did almost give up, and you have o squeeze harder than I was initially comfortable with.