The connection between Hookah Accessories, the bowl and the stem, the stem and the base, and the hose must be airtight. If your hookah does not have screw-in parts, you will need to use rubber grommets that are specially formulated for hookahs. To fix air leaks in these areas, tear a piece of paper towel, wet it a little, and wrap it around the area you want to connect. Make sure you wrap the right amount of paper towel.
Dropping ice in your glass base’s water in Alpaca Bowl will make your smoke cooler (make sure the water level is no more than one to 1.5 inches over the stem line after adding ice).
When using tobacco, be sure to mix it in the package before using it. Bowl after bowl, this helps to maintain consistency and flavor levels.
Give the tobacco a little squeeze if it seems to be too juicy to run off. It may be difficult to get a good smoke if the weather is wet. It will be harsh, however, if it is too dry.
Rather than throwing away large stems, cut them up instead! You’ll have a longer session when you use stems because they’re soaked in flavor.
Tobacco leaves should be cut up into smaller pieces. It is possible for large leaves to block airflow.
In your bowl, sprinkle the tobacco. It shouldn’t be packed. Tobacco should be sprinkled slightly above the rim of the bowl. When fakher hookah tobacco is wrapped in foil and packed down, it will restrict airflow. The coals will have a difficult time heating it up if there is too little tobacco.
The best way to ventilate your bowl of tobacco is to make a pencil-width hole in its center before covering it with foil.
You should place the hookah foil with the shiny side down.
If you have the patience, poke as many pin-sized holes as you can into the foil. There is a positive correlation between the number of small holes and the airflow.
Tobacco should not come into direct contact with coal through larger holes. Using a pencil-width hole, poke holes in the foil, carefully unwrap the foil, re-loosen the tobacco, then carefully re-wrap the foil.
Be sure to fully ignite your coals before you use them. In order to start a Hookah, you need coals that are in good condition or that are half-lit. Before use, burn them thoroughly to remove any unwanted flavors.
You should place charcoal around the bowl’s edges when you first start smoking your hookah. Depending on your type of coal and the size of the bowl, you will need different numbers of coals. As you smoke, move the coals around as necessary.
After you place your charcoal in the bowl, it should be placed in the center. Your tobacco will not get too hot, your smoke will not become too thick, and you will be able to enjoy your bowl for a longer period of time.
There may be times when you need to flip some types of coal during use. In some cases, coal on its bottom side may start to die due to a lack of oxygen. As a result, the bottom side of the box will be black instead of the nice hot red it used to be.