If you have your own place, it may seem attractive to leave glass shards where you last used it. I do feel guilty for this sometimes. I remember when I was living with friends, we had a water pipe on the floor of each bedroom, a spoon pipe in the kitchen, two or three smoking options on each table, and a coffee table was at least full There are water pipes, a few evaporators, and enough other parts for everyone who might come over to hold one in one hand. Although this is interesting, it became a problem for several reasons: some of my favorite works were misplaced, some were knocked off the counter by unsuspecting guests, broken, and messy things started Drive me crazy! When I had my own place after this, I decided that I didn’t want every open surface in the house to be scattered with glass, but I also didn’t want to sacrifice being within reach when I wanted smokes. So, I started to research how to store my parts without sacrificing the accessibility of my most used parts. Here, I will share with you some tips for protecting glass without sacrificing too much convenience.
Have you always used the water pipe you own? Keep it within reach
Are you thinking, “Anyway, this sounds inconvenient for what I have been using”? Well, storage does not necessarily cause such inconvenience, and keep your favorite items within reach There is nothing wrong with the place. For example, my favorite water pipe has a wide base and is very stable, so I am not too worried about it being knocked over. To be safe, I set aside a small area between the sofa, side table and the wall where the water pipe fits perfectly. This way, it stays safe, but I can still sit on the sofa and grab it, ready to go anytime!
I also put a few quick grab drawers around the house for easy access. The safest thing to do is to separate the glass from any other items in the drawer, whether it is in a container or a box, so be sure to keep these drawers in order. If you don’t have a drawer, you can always use the same idea, put the towels in a small basket, and store the commonly used pipes there. Keeping your glassware will make your glass safer and help prevent your house from becoming too cluttered without sacrificing the convenience of having what you want within reach!
If you are a lively family and many friends
If you have an active family, whether it is friends, roommates or pets, it is almost always safest not to leave anything that might break out. If you really want your glass to last, you need some storage solution. That could be a large suitcase or cabinet where you can store everything, or it could be a lot of smaller storage spaces around the house that you might want to use for your belongings. I like to use these methods very much, so that it won’t hurt my heart because of the brokenness. As your collection increases, keeping all your works safe may become a challenge. Trying these methods of mine can really help you keep using them while building your collection!
You have a good storage space
I like to keep a large storage space, which does not interfere with items that I don’t use often. In my large storage room, I keep the big water pipes that I use on special occasions, old parts that I don’t use often but I don’t want to throw away, empty glass jars and other containers, seasonal parts and spare parts including extra Slides, old quartz nails and extra tap tools accumulated over the years. No matter where you live, I believe you can find some safe storage space.
Whether it is a closet, cabinet or some dedicated space in the suitcase, please make sure that it will not be bumped or hit. You never know what will happen if your glasses collide with each other. No matter what you use, you need to consider how to organize the area, because throwing all the glasses in the same place is more dangerous than throwing them outside! You not only need to think about what happens when everything is put away and placed separately Placement, you also need to consider how to easily access each work without disturbing other works. In other words, if you want to place all the small water pipes in an area, can you grab one from the back without knocking over any debris in the front? Try to keep your storage space organized so that the debris can be easily removed For use. To make this the easiest, I usually store my works in order of height, with the shortest work in the front and the tallest work in the back. Nevertheless, I put down the tall water pipes and wrapped them in a towel as an extra cushion, because they are top-heavy and usually have the greatest risk of tipping and breaking.
We believe that you can use these methods to keep your water pipes longer. Maybe you have a better way to tell us, let us work together to make our water pipes more vigorous.