Does it help to cut down the mold in a room to add 1 tsp. bleach to a vaporizer?
My daughters room smelled musty. I ran a cool mist vaporizer with 1 tsp bleach per gallon of water to kill the musty smell. Does this do any good to kill any mold? I ran it for several days before she moved back into her room. Is this a waste of time?
Answer by kimmie yes it’s a waste of time, you need to get rid of the mold period. scrub the walls with a bleach solution and repaint her room
Answer by MSC Lieu You need to apply the bleach directly to the mold to kill it and even then, depending on the species of mold, may not kill it completely. You may need to have a professional take care of it for you. Check with your homeowners insurance, they may cover the cost of mold removal. If you’re renting, check with the rental office, it’ll be cheaper than paying medical bills from mold inhalation. Run your vaporizer a few times with just water outside or in an empty room to flush all of the bleach out of it before anyone stays in the room with it running. You don’t want to inhale vaporized bleach.
Answer by froggie Probably a waste of time, and if anything potentially dangerous. You should not inhale bleach fumes. Try washing any fabrics in the room. You may need to clean or replace the carpet. Try a dehumidifier, as often humidity causes mustiness.
how can i make a fog machine into a homemade vaporizer for medical marijuana?
vaporizers are to expensive so i am wondering if i can possibly turn my fog machine into one or if there is any other way to make a low cost vaporizer.
Answer by lolduh i know a ton of cops who know how to do that. i’m pretty sure they hand out instructions just for this type of thing to the officers that work in the individual departments. try asking your local officer!
Hope this helps!
Answer by ethan.joyner Fog machines use a cold-based system to create a thick colloid fog, while vaporizers use heat to evaporate water and create humidity. The parts and tools needed to modify your fog machine may cost more that a vaporizer, as well as you may create a fire hazard if you don;t know what you are doing.
Answer by thejanith No, do NOT try to convert your fog machine. It’s a totally different type of vapor you need.
Can you boil a pan of water on the stove, turn off the heat, add your meds, and just let it steam? Would that work?
I think you really should look into getting a vaporizer. Save up for a month or two, and it should be possible. You can often get the simple ones at thrift stores because people use them with certain meds for babies and then the babies outgrow the need for those meds. If the simple ones would work, that may be your best bet.
My vaporizer has a smell to it – what can I clean it with?
I noticed my vaporizer has a musty smell to it while it is on. I tried running a clean batch of water with a teenie tiny bit of bleach, but the smell is back. Is there a household item that I can use to rid this smell?
Answer by sgc1965 You could “soak” it in vinegar water (put vinegar in the resevoir with the water – run it for about 5 min to get the vinegar “in the machine”). Let it soak for about an hour and then rinse thoroughly.
Vinegar is similar to bleach in that it will sanitize, but it will also help get rid of any lime scale build up.
Black Leaf – 4-arm Perc Ice Bong with Ashcatcher – Blue
A curvy silhouette and heavy, 5.0mm blue glass make this percolator ice bong from Black Leaf a beautiful piece of glass art to have in your home! It features a clear slitted 4-arm tree perc for diffusion and is equipped with blue colored ice notches for smooth, cool smoke. This bong comes complete with an 18.8mm diffuser downpipe and a blue glass ashcatcher that keeps ash and debris out of your bong water!
How can I clean these vaporizer bags?
I recently got the Extreme Vaporizer and I love it. The only problem is both bags are all dark and sticky inside and it has’nt even been that long. Any advice on how to get the insides clean or get new ones?
Answer by John Madden rubbing alcohol and salt
Answer by Megadeth pour rubbing alcohol in the bags and swoosh it around. THat will break up the resin and/or “dark sticky” spots in the bag.
Can you use the 3% hydrogen peroxide found in most stores in a vaporizer?
Or is it a absolute must to buy the 35% food grade for use in a vaporizer?
On the bottle they tell you to use 3% hydrogen peroxide as a mouth wash. And on the internet I find a few sites saying to use it in a nasal spray bottle. If not inhaling the vapor from a vaporizer, I’d think it would still kill some bacteria,ecoli, ect in the air!?
Answer by firechick1721 it would kill some but not as much as the 35% will….
Finding the healthiest herbs to smoke is an easy task as most herbs available on the market are guaranteed to be safe, but the taste can range from absolutely horrid to the most pleasent and surprising tastes available. In my personal opinion, a plant by the name of Kanna is by far the best. The plant is indigenous to South Africa and has been acknowledged in text dating back to as early as the late 1600′s. It is best known for its unbelievably soothing and “narcotic” like affects, while remaining completely safe to human inhalation. It’s also been described as having a rather pungent smell, and even better taste. The taste has a somewhat spicy aftertaste, leaving the room with a warm, relaxing, soothing, and calm aroma. The taste, effects, and smell give the user a complete sense of awareness of their surroundings and peace of body, mind, and soul. And if for any reason the individual does not want to smoke, or physically can not due to a medical condition, the plant can be prepared in it’s natural dry form and chewed to receive the same effects. Once the user swallows his or her saliva after chewing, the effects are instantly notable in the mouth. The feeling is similar to the numbing sensation during a visit to the dentisit when a tooth must be dealt with. In fact the effects are so strong, that this magical herb is also used to slowly get alcoholics off the drink, and similarly so, heroin addicts off the needle.
The herb is best used on a full stomach, when the chemical compounds can fully bond with the food inside your stomach. However, even if your intentions are not to get any effects from a herbal smoke whatsoever, the natural herb of Kanna is sure to impress in it’s taste, and it’s ability to be completely safe to your body with no known side affects. Just be advised that Kanna should not be taken with any medication as this could result in unkown side affects and possibly death.
Many different herbal smokes are available on the market, with a litany of them being fake, with the herbs being mashed together with grass, and plants found in many gardens. I will tell you legitimate herbs that contain such exquisite characteristics that they are now being imported from exotic locations around the world such as Brazil, Malaysia, Thailand, Spain, Africa, India, Japan, and even from the outback of Australia. The first is the herb by the name of “Kratom,” beleived to be discovered in Thailand so far back in times that the actual records of it’s discovery have been lost in time. Creating a powerful aroma and numbing affect, being fairly cheap and accessible, and all while being extremely safe make it a great addition.
“Kratom” is also known to be extremely similar to “Kanna”, as some believe them to be comprised of a similar genetic make up. In addition to these two herbs, Damiana, a herb originating from Mexico, is also a notable herb in this line-up. Coming at an extremely low price of $10 an ounce due to it’s great abundance makes it a necessity to anyone who’s new to herbal smokes. Though I could go on for hours about the many great legal, tasty, cost affective, and best smelling herbal smokes on the market, these three in particular are an absolute must have for anyone looking for something new and exciting in the world of herbal smokes.