How to clean a porcelain pipe
It's so satisfying to load up a fresh, clean pipe. With just a little maintenance, you can enjoy a fresh session with my pipes, since they're super easy to keep clean.
Porcelain is more durable than glass, but is still breakable. Keep your pipe in its pouch when in transport, and be careful with manual cleaning.
How to Clean Porcelain Pipes:
To clean, put your pipe in a ziplock back with enough isopropyl alcohol to generously slosh inside, and a scoop of rock salt. Agitate everything in the bag, then let it all soak overnight to dissolve the resin. Agitate again, dump the salt and liquid, and then rinse your pipe out with hot, soapy water. Use a pipe cleaner to get really stubborn crud. Let it drain, then sit it in the sun or a warm place to dry the inside.
Another pro-tip: use a fruit poker to scrape out the ashes and resin from the bowl, right after the last hit. The resin is still soft and pliable from heat, and will come out much cleaner than waiting till after it cools off.