Quartz bangers will give you a fantastic dabbing experience, especially when paired with a carb cap. Capping your dabs is the best way to maximize the flavor of your dabs. We’ll teach you how to use a carb cap so that you’ll enjoy every ounce of flavor in your session.
Using a carb cap is easy, and using it the right way will enhance your dabbing session.
Smoke travels the path of least resistance. When you vaporize your dabs, that delicious vapor rises up to the air. Most of the vapor will just disintegrate, wasting all that precious concentrate. Hard as you’re trying to pull from the rig, you’ll mostly end up taking in the air instead of vapor.
The carb cap works as a lid that gives you control over the airflow and pressure. It’s designed to fit over domeless nails and banger, with some shaped to fit special nails. The heat resistant material allows you to use it at any dab temperature that you desire. However, you’ll appreciate them most when you do low-temp dabs. By covering the top of your nail, you trap all the heat and vapor inside the nail. Your dabs get vaporized better, and you can easily pull from the dab rig.
There’s a small hole set at the center of the carburetor cap that works by allowing air to go down the nail. This makes it easy for you to suck the vapor from the nail down to the dab rig. Not only that, the airflow cools down the vapor, making it easier for you to savor the flavor of your herbs.
We’ll give you a crash course on what to look for those who are at a loss in choosing which carburetor cap to take.
There are also different types of carb caps, and each has various ways of creating a sesh suitable to your preference.
Once you know how to use this dab tool, you’ll see the difference in your dabbing session. You’ll be able to vaporize your dabs efficiently, helping you conserve your dabs and save your money. Clearing the dab rig is also easier because you’ll be controlling the airflow.
Have you tried using one for your sesh? Which one is your favorite, and which banger do you pair it with? Share your capping experience in our comment section below!