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How much water do you need?

There's no doubt that water bongs truly are a perfect choice if you want to have a nice toking sesh. And if you're just a new bong user, you might be wondering how much water you need to put into your bong or dab rig, and at the same time, you might be wondering how you can achieve those mind-blowing hits people have been going crazy about. Weed Bongs indeed come in different sizes, shapes, percolators, chambers, and designs and getting the ideal water level becomes very crucial as it affects how your glass bong functions. So it all boils down to this question: How much water do you really need to put in your water bong? It doesn't take rocket science to figure this one out.

BONG WATER BASED ON PERCOLATOR TYPE

FOR SINGLE PERCOLATOR BONGS

When it comes to the right bong water level for single perc bongs, you need to get the water halfway up to where your downstem will be slightly submerged in the water. If your downstem is a diffused type, you need to ensure that your water level is high enough to get all of the slits submerged.

FOR DOUBLE PERCOLATOR BONGS

To achieve more flavorful hits on Double Perc Bongs you need to pour the water into the mouthpiece then through the percolators. After you have filled water up to the middle between two perc discs, you slowly blowdown to cause some trickling on the water. If you pour the water into the joint, you don't have to do this process. Make sure the water level is in the middle of the 2 discs. Test ripping it and see if the water touches your mouth. If it does, take out little water. Once you find the water level you like, you are good to go for a bong rip!

FOR HONEYCOMB PERCOLATOR BONGS

For Honeycomb Perc Bongs, as long as water flows through it, it doesn't matter if the water is sitting on top of it or not. It's all about getting the right distance between the water and the percolator. Fill it in from the stem until it is about a third of the way towards the honeycomb to get the best results.

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