Frequently Asked..

What does Beveled mean?

  • Definition; having a sloping edge rather than a squared one.
  • When we bevel the tops of our nails it created a slight angle so that a marble/cap will sit nicely.
  • We also like the aesthetic look it makes.

What’s heat retention?

  • Definition; Heat retention refers to the amount of heat an object or material can store overtime. If you have ever been to the beach during sunset, you have likely experienced heat retention in action. While the sand can burn your feet during a hot summer’s day, once the sun goes down it rapidly becomes cooler.
  • Each and every quartz banger has a unique combination of surface area & wall thickness; both factors will affect how long you have for an efficient melt. Thicker walls and dishes take longer to heat up and hold temperature longer.
  • Some people prefer their nails to hold more heat but others don’t.. Its honestly all personal preference!
  • Removing the sharp corner with a bevel will also increase the life span by reducing impact chips during ownership.

What temperature should you be dabbing at?

  • This is a very, very, popular questions that we get asked all the time, and for good reason. The real answer to this question is…… Which temperature you do prefer? Some people prefer warmer dabs that give you bigger vapor clouds, while some people prefer lower temperature dabs that give you better flavor. High temp dabs give you a very quick and strong effect that only takes a few minutes to settle in. Low temp dabs are much more gradual with the effects and much better with flavor. If you aren’t sure what you prefer we suggest to try out different temps for different nails, We personally prefer low temp dabs and try to keep my temperature between 500-540°F. Some people even prefer to go lower than 500°, as the low temp dabber motto goes “you gotta waste it, to taste it”.
  • If you don’t have a digital Inferred thermometer we highly recommend you get one! We personally use Dab Rite and its the best on the market!

What is Centrifugal Force?

  • Definition; an apparent force that acts outward on a body moving around a center, arising from the body’s inertia.
  • Our Sir Newton/Turbine is our best example of Centrifugal Force!

What is Centripetal Force?

  • The GLOBSTOPPER is the first of our products to feature CENTRIPETAL FORCE. Unlike centrifugal force, centripetal force brings everything to the center during rotation.  Because the rotation doesn’t rotate toward the walls (then up, and down the arm) we are able to cut a lot of the height needed for the Blender, Blurper, & Slurper to function properly.

When you say its a suppressor, what do you mean?

  • Definition; Suppression is the act of keeping something from happening.
  • We came out with the Serenity Slurper and The GolbFather with the Suppression cuts at the top to stop oil form flying down your joint. It really was a game changer for us and lead us right into our newest line the Everspinning Globstoppers!!

What’s the difference between Sandblasted channels and cut intakes?

  • When we first came out with THE BLENDER we decided to Sandblast the channels into the bottom of the dish. Definition; Sandblasting is the act of propelling very fine particles of an abrasive material at high velocity toward a surface in order to clean or etch it. With a precise angle and a lot of work, time and money we made quite the masterpiece! Still to this day in my top favorite nails ever created!! Crazy to think it came from our little shop and The Blender is now known throughout the world as THE BLENDER!!!
  • Anyways on the the cut intakes! With the cut intakes we do each and everyone by hand with a small tiny tool. These are cut into the quartz with precise angles, depth, and distances apart!

How do I clean my bangers!?

  • There can be a bit of controversy for this topic but let me explain to you the best I can for how we prefer to do it. So our goal if for you to have the best experience possible with your nail and cleaning/care of your quartz is critical to that. To keep your quartz impeccable the Q-tip technique is a great method. You Just swap out all the excess oil when your done with your dab and wipe around the sides as well. We recommend you swab out the nail with a Q-tip soaked in isopropyl when its warm not hot to ensure when you go in for a reheat that there’s no residue left that can be burned into your quartz. Certain cleaning solutions and isopropyl alcohol can help to ensure no oil is left behind. Many cleaning solutions can be toxic and harmful for using so please be mindful of what you’re using. Please never use Synthetic Fibers for cleaning.
  • Dunk/Soak. If you’re going to do a dunk/soak it can be very effective but remember that temperatures above 200 Fahrenheit can cause damage. Quartz as well as glass can very fragile, and the energy created when isopropyl boils inside tight crevices can damage or break it, so please just be advised to be very cautious.