Itsa BoBo was created for a different style of elevation.
There’s a new type of bong and it’s cute. Itsa BoBo started as a hobby and has grown into a passion. BoBos are bright, colorful, and eclectic. They’re for cannabis users who are often underrepresented at old school shops and they’re here to change the stigma around cannabis and the people who use it.
Learn more about me from my interview at https://mogreenway.com/itsabobo/
How did you come up with your brand name “Itsa Bobo”?
I love alliteration so my original thought for a brand name was Bobo Bongs. After trying it out I learned the word “bong” isn’t always accepted and I often had to say “water pipe” instead. Bobo Bongs-But-Sometimes-Water-Pipes didn’t work so I decided to leave out “bong” and/or “water pipe” altogether and just started saying “Hi! Look at my glass piece!” “It’s a Bobo!”
That quickly turned into my unique brand name “Itsa Bobo”!
Omg! What is that!?
Itsa Bobo 💫
Can I Order A Custom Bobo?
Yes! Send an email thru the website or DM me on Instagram. Price varies depending on detail, but typically range between $160 – $200. Each project takes about 7-14 days to complete
Where Can I Purchase A Bobo?
How To Clean My Bobo
- 91%-99% Isopropyl alcohol & Salt
- Seal & Shake
Remove the stem and bowl from your BoBo, pour out old water, and rinse the inside of your BoBo with warm water.
Add as much Isopropyl alcohol as you would water then add 2-3 tablespoons of corse salt. Corse salts include Epsom salt, Sea salt, or Himalayan. Morton’s table salt will work but corse salt will work better.
Seal the openings with your hands or plug with paper towels and shake. The alcohol will loosen the resin while the salt will help scrub it away.
Depending on how dirty your BoBo is you may want to let the isopropyl alcohol salt solution sit for 30 minutes.
When you’ve finished pour out the Isopropyl alcohol salt solution and rinse the inside with warm water.
Soak the stem and bowl in Isopropyl alcohol to clean.
If the outside of your BoBo is dirty you can clean it with Isopropyl alcohol.
DON’T let the outside of your BoBo soak in Isopropyl alcohol salt or any soaking solution. Letting the outside of your BoBo set or soak in a cleaning solution could cause damage to the epoxy coating.
DON’T put your BoBo in a boiling pot. Be mindful of water that could be too hot or too cold for glass.