At $20 per smoking apparatus, clients bring in dirty, resin-caked accessories
A British Columbia entrepreneur’s budding business has him cleaning out dirty bongs and pipes for cannabis smokers.
Kamloops resident Jordan Robinson launched The Bongdromat in mid-October after he got the idea while working at a local smoke shop. His business model is simple — customers bring in their stained and clogged devices and Robinson cleans them so users can easily smoke out of them again.
Robinson uses an earth-friendly cleaner specifically designed for cleaning smoking devices and charges around $20 per device. Currently operating out of his own apartment on Knox Street, his business is already creating a bit of a buzz online and around town.
A lot of people just hate cleaning it because it stinks,” said Robinson, adding many bong smokers are turned off by the smell of device-cleaning products and the feel of the cleaner on their hands. Most cleaners, including Orange Chronic, which Robinson uses, contain isopropyl alcohol.
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