- Weedguru Higher
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So I'm sure we've all seen tons of different variations on spoofs [devices to filter the smell of smoke]; some are effective, some aren't, most are pretty grungy. Anyways, this is a design I came up with that is defined by a few key characteristics that make it awesome-
-Constructed from readily available waste [20oz coke bottles] and materials [tape + dryer sheets]
-Maximum interior volume fits tons of dryer sheets for an effective, long lasting filter that isn't so dense it stops you from exhaling normally
-Mouthpiece is small, not all slobbery and gross like cardboard tubes or anything that fits "around" the lips
-Ends of sploof taper, so dryer sheets tend to stay in the middle of the chamber, away from user's lips
-Exhaust is also incredibly small, so filtered smoke can be directed out a window or into a vent, as opposed to coming out in a cloud like with a large exhaust
-Design is symmetrical, so once the dryer sheets are significantly depleted on one side, the device can be flipped for better filtration
-2 20oz plastic soda bottles
-5+ dryer sheets
 Cut the base off of both coke bottles using your knife. The incisions should run evenly around the circumference, about 0.5" below the label where the bottle tapers slightly.
 Cut a slit up the label of one of the bottles, to accomodate the other bottle inside.
 Pressure fit the two pieces together. With a good cut, it is possibly to make them almost airtight just by fit.
 Wrap tape around the middle of the sploof to seal the slit, should it leak profusely.
 Stuff in dryer sheets.
two halves together, slit visibly splitting "nutrition facts"
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