How to Get Dabs Off Wax Paper

A common question asked among dabbers is how to get dabs off wax paper. This blog post will provide a few techniques for removing concentrates from parchment paper and other non-stick surfaces. The best way to remove wax paper from a dab is to use your fingernails. Start at the edge of the dot and push down, pulling away with your fingers as you pull back. 

You can also use a piece of wax paper or any other non-stick surface if it’s easier for you to do so. If all else fails and you can’t remove your concentrates from non-stick surfaces, there are always methods for cleaning sticky substances such as rubbing alcohol and dish soap! Read this full blog post to know more!

How to Get Dabs Off Wax Paper

Ten Methods on How to Get Dabs Off Wax Paper

1. Pull Dabs With Fingernails

The best way to remove wax paper from a dab is to use your fingernails. Start at the edge of the dot and push down, pulling away with your fingers as you pull back. You can also use a piece of wax paper or any other non-stick surface if it’s easier for you to do so. If all else fails and you can’t remove your concentrates from non-stick surfaces, there are always methods for cleaning sticky substances such as rubbing alcohol and dish soap!

2. Use Wax Paper or Other Non-Stick Surface

If a fingernails method isn’t working out for you, try wax paper or any other non-stick surface. The advantage of this method is that there’s no chance of scratching glass or your dab tool. In addition, you can use a blowtorch to help get it started if all else fails! 

3. Use Rubbing Alcohol

If you have too much concentrate stuck to your dab tool, you can always use rubbing alcohol instead of a solvent. Just soak the dab in rubbing alcohol and let it sit for 20 minutes. Gentle scrubbing with a toothbrush helps remove dabs from metal and glass!

4. Use Dish Soap on Sticky Glass

If you have too much wax paper residue stuck on your glass, you can always use dish soap. Mix some warm soapy water in a bowl and soak the jar for 15 minutes. To get it off of acrylic, you may need to repeat this process several times.

5. Use Dish Soap on Metal

For stubborn dabs stuck to the metal, try dish soap as well! Make sure you mix it with warm water first and if the dab isn’t coming off after a few tries, repeat this process until you’ve removed all of the wax paper. If you’re having trouble removing dabs from your banger or nail, consider using a banger hanger or nail protector to keep the surface clean.

6. Use Isopropyl Alcohol

If you’ve tried dish soap several times without any luck, it’s time to use isopropyl alcohol to remove your wax paper from metal and acrylic. Spray some of the alcohol on your dab and let it sit for 15 minutes. You may need to scrub with an abrasive pad to break up the residue as a last resort.

7. Apply Toothpaste on Residue

If you notice any wax paper residue on your nail hangers, use toothpaste to remove it! Just dab some toothpaste on the nail and let it sit for 10 minutes. Then, rinse with water to get rid of the toothpaste, and your dabs will be clean again! You can also try using baking soda if you prefer its natural scent over toothpaste’s minty one. 

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8. Use Dish Detergent

If you notice any wax paper residue on your bangers or nails, dish detergent can help remove it. Make some soapy water in a bowl and soak the dab for 30 minutes. Then, rinse with warm water to get rid of all the soap. Your dabs will be clean again! You can also use laundry detergent if you prefer it over dish detergent.

9. Use Abrasive Pads

If you’re having trouble removing dabs from metal or acrylic, consider using an abrasive pad or a nail file to help remove the residue. It will take some time and elbow grease to get them off, but it is possible! For added removal power, you can purchase a nail buffer.

10. Use Boiling Water

If nothing else seems to work and your dab is still stuck on the banger, you can always use boiling water to remove it! This method can be dangerous, as you’re dealing with extremely hot temperatures so make sure to exercise extreme caution when trying this method. Fill a pot with water and bring the water to a boil. Once it’s boiling, place your dab in the pot for 10-20 seconds. The heat will loosen up all of the wax paper residues, so you can easily wipe or wash them away!

Some Tips and Tricks:

1) If you spill it, let it sit on the wax paper for a while. It will harden up and be easy to scrape off, probably easier if you’ve got some room-temperature water to soak your dab with.

2) Try not to smoke just before you eat or dab because weed munchies can make it harder to resist the draw of another little hit.

3) Take a nap for a while with some loud music or a movie on in the background, and your dab will be solid by the time you wake up.

4) If all else fails, just scrape it really quick. I recommend using a razor blade or other kind of scraping device and not your finger because this can get messy, so it’s best to do it with gloves on. Just scrape fast in one motion instead of trying to pick at it, and you’ll be fine.

 Use a Dab Tool With a 
Sharp Point

5) Use a dab tool with a sharp point to dig it out. If your dab tool doesn’t have one, it can easily be made by heating the tip of a paperclip over a flame for about 5 seconds or so. You want to make sure that when you bend the wire, it remains straight.

Conclusion:

To avoid the mess of dabbing with wax paper, try using a silicone mat. If you’ve been taking your dabs on wax paper and have found yourself having to clean up every time or just making more work for yourself in general, then you should probably consider switching.

We hope that the tips we’ve provided have helped you to get your dab off wax paper. If not, please let us know, and we will continue to help! Thank you for reading this blog post on how to get dabs off wax paper.

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