What is a Dab Tool?
A dab tool is an essential necessity when processing the concentrate, wax, or using dab rigs. Dab tools are also known as dabbers or dabber tools; including dab nails, carb caps, terp pearls, and other dabbing accessories are collectively re...
What is a Dab Tool?
A dab tool is an essential necessity when processing the concentrate, wax, or using dab rigs. Dab tools are also known as dabbers or dabber tools; including dab nails, carb caps, terp pearls, and other dabbing accessories are collectively referred to as dab tools or dabbers, but sometimes, dab tool is specifically referred to the little spoon(dab spoon) you use to handle concentrate.
Dabber tools are available in a variety of materials and shapes, the majority of which are made of ceramic, quartz, glass, titanium, and other metals in various sizes and interesting designs. As dabbing operations become more meticulous, more and more gadgets and accessories have joined the gang of dab tools, and the range of dab tools has expanded, allowing many stoners to enhance the dabbing experience through a variety of dabbers while making your dabbing more fun and efficient, and also allowing the market to provide more abundant products and more choices.
How to use a dabber
The dab tool can be used to manipulate, dig, and apply the concentrate to dab nails. In general, THC concentrates come in many different forms, such as wax, shatter, oil, crumble, and rosin, among others, making them more difficult to manage than various flowers, so this also makes various dab tools an essential part of the dabbing process.
First, process your portion in the dab container with a dabber (dabbers are very effective for thicker concentrates like wax), then scoop out your portion and place it in the heated nail. It's important to note that if you're using a metal dabber, don't use it to touch the quartz banger or stay in your banger for extended periods of time, as it can get hot and hurt your hands.
How to clean dab tool
After a few sessions, you may have a slew of dab tools to clean, whether they're dab nails, carb caps, or dab spoons, especially if your terp pearls have been coated in resin. However, cleaning dab tools is fairly simple, depending on the residue left. For example, if you have dabber tools, you can usually just torch them and the remaining concentrate will evaporate and wipe off with a paper towel or cotton swab. However, if there is a lot left and the burnt concentrate has adhered to the tool, you should prepare Q-tips and 91 percent isopropyl alcohol, which are always the best partners for cleaning dabbing accessories. Dab nails as an example, after evaporating the remaining concentrate, soak your dab nails in 91 percent isopropyl alcohol for 24 hours, which is enough time for a thorough cleaning. Then, take out your dab tool and wash it with warm water, followed by a cotton swab. Clean the residue from the crevices or corners, then dry them; other types of dab tools can use this method for deep cleaning.