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Lacquer Coating?

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  • Started 5 days ago by p40warhawk
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  1. p40warhawk

    p40warhawk

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    I have a number of Lacquer Coated Pipes, mostly Peterson Pipes and a lot of them are St. Patrick's Day. Has anyone ever had any problems with blistering or peeling. Thus far, I have not. But, I am extra careful too!

    Thanks!
    Dan

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    Posted 5 days ago #
  2. shikano53

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    Brigham pipes are also lacquer coated. I have a number of Brighams and one of them blistered after my second bowl. I think it was my own carelessness that caused it though. I smoked it too hot. It was a Klondike shape 84. I called the B&M where I purchased it and they replaced it no questions.
    I think if you break a lacquer coated pipe in slowly and smoke it cool it should be fine.

    If your tobacco is a bit too damp let it dry out before you load up.
    Good luck.

    Posted 1 day ago #

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