Dab Tool Holder | Expandable Stand
Dab Tool Holder | Expandable Stand:
Keep your q-tips and core tools within reach for ninja-quick access with my ultimate dab tool holder. This holder can be expanded using attachable modules hooked to the bottom of the holder and includes a space for a spare banger (14mm male), capper tools, and two slots for a medium/long dabber tool on top of the 2-part q-tip holder. There’s also a little space to keep some dabs in front. Keep one nail in use and one nail docked, clean, and ready after soaking and cleaning with ISO.
- 2-part Q-tip compartment in back for your new and spent tips
- Capper holder to keep them accessible. The nail holder also holds most cappers
- Two extra expansion slots on bottom allow for extra attachable modules
- Two slots in front fit a straight dabber tool that’s 3.75″ or longer
- 3D printed and designed in Oregon
- Made of sustainable PLA plastic material which is a by-product of the sugar industry. PLA is recyclable and even semi-compostable (if buried in soil for a few years or so).
Dab Tool Holder For Convenient Accessibility
This dab tool holder combo is one particular item that is not necessarily essential; but it’s about as close as it gets to a must-have for any daily dabber. The dab tool holder stand is not necessary but very convenient to help keep tools from getting lost. It keeps them from rolling around and collecting crud. If you care about keeping your quartz clean, you will want a place to keep your q-tips handy for when you need them. You may have questions about what makes a full e nail set. It’s completely understandable with all of the accessory and tool options to choose from. I wrote this handy article to summarize and highlight the core gear and function of each here.
Why Do I Need Q-Tips To Dab?
I would actually consider a q-tip holder to be right on the borderline of crucial, since you definitely can dab without it. The question is how long without q-tipping can you go without the nail tasting like garbage? Of course you can always just rip open the q-tip box and leave it on the table. There are three drawbacks to this however: it takes up more space than a typical qtip holder, and reminds one of a bathroom. Go from nasty to classy in .710 seconds and elevate your q-tips to chronic status with this compact dab tool holder stand.
A Dabber’s Best Friend
A dab can quickly slip away and turn into a dry crust if you don’t tip it fast enough. This is what is referred to as “chazzing” and why it’s nice to have a dedicated accessory stand to prevent this. “Chazzing” or a chazzed banger usually refers to the black deposits from old residue. When you let it dry for too long it can build up. When the crust builds up it becomes harder to remove and diminishes the flavor of your concentrate. The easiest dab surface which is most resistant to chazzing is SiC, which is why I like it so much. All you have to do is heat some purified water at about 300F and the crust lifts right off and floats up into the water. You can just dump it right out instead of torching it and putting it through unnecessary high thermal cycles, as well as exposing to combustion byproducts.
Care For 3D Printed Items
All 3D printed items must be handled with a reasonable level of care to avoid weakening and/or warping the structure. 3D FDM printing uses a layer-by-layer construction — as opposed to standard injection molding which has no layers but is one uniform piece. Any transport of 3D printed items requires sufficient padding and avoidance of stacking heavy objects on top of these items or around them without sufficient padding and/or bracing.
Please keep 3D printed items out of direct sunlight. Intense direct sunlight a very hot environment may result in slight warpage. Care should be taken to keep any 3D printed away from intense heat (over 90F) or the risk of warpage may increase. In most cases the warpage is very slight and hardly noticeable; but some caution is warranted regarding this.