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This blog is all about Cold Starts. What are cold starts? How do you do them? Please keep reading and learn everything you need to know to be a pro for cold start dabbing.
Cold Start dabbing is a form of dabbing where instead of you heating your banger and dropping in a dab, you reverse it and you drop your dab in a cold banger, and then you cap and heat. It is a way of dabbing where you gradually heat the dab over time and at your own pace vs. immediately dropping your dab into a hot banger. Below are some pros and cons to cold start dabbing!
Cold starts are fantastic because you can see the process from start to finish. You can gauge your heat and the size of your dabs better.
A con of Cold Starting is that your dabs typically heat up quicker than you anticipate. Sometimes, this can lead to hot dabs and even burning some, which doesn't taste or feel the best on your lungs.
Regular dabs are done by heating your dab banger, allowing it to cool, dropping your dab in, capping, and inhaling. It is a slower process in comparison to cold start dabbing. Cold Starts are done in reverse. You place your dabs in an unheated, hard banger cap and then heat, watching all the magic happen. You get to inhale quicker, and the dabs heat faster.
Want a full breakdown of cold start dabbing? Here it is!
Bucket Style Bangers are perfect for Cold Start Dabbing. Here is a selection from Honeybee Herb.
Nothing has come out that says Cold Starts are better for you than Regular Dabbing. It is entirely personal preference what you like, and how you dab is 100% up to you.
Cold Starts are perfect for someone who can appreciate watching the magic happen. If you enjoy watching the melt and gaging exactly how hot and how much you are using, this method is for you. Heating happens quickly, and usually, you don't get much pooling of product. There has been nothing that has come out that says Cold Starts are better for you over Regular Dabbing. It is fully personal preference what you like and how you dab is 100% up to you at the end of the day, but we totally recommend trying it out to experience the magic of Cold Starts for yourself.
A cold start dab would be about half the time of a regular dab. You should have a nice, bubbly, low-temperature dab in fifteen seconds!
It is not recommended to cold start with a lighter. This makes your banger sooty and black, and it takes a while to heat up.
You can, but you run the risk of your inserts sticking together. It may take some extra effort inhaling to get things spinning.
Of course. Everyone has their preference, but cold start dabs are worth taking as far as effects go.