Frequently Asked Question

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What Can Mile High Cleaner Clean?

Mile High Cleaner’s unique natural formula can clean so many things, and while it’s uses are certainly not limited to removing our favorite plant based residue, it can clean all of your inhaling or vaporizing accessories. From glass pipes & rigs and dabbers & vaporizers all the way to trimmers, grinders, and even your blackest ashtray, Mile High has you covered. If it is a smooth, finished surface that does not absorb liquid and wipes clean, it is safe for our cleaner. It is easier to say we don’t work on porous, raw or absorbing surfaces like construction materials, cinder block or raw wood. In the grow for trimmers tables and surfaces. Any surface that get sticky can probably be cleaned with Mile High Cleaner. It works on concentrates and extraction equipment along with all the associated plastic and sensitive parts.

Don’t forget around the house, the sink and kitchen, magazine table or wherever you may get sticky resin; tile, glass, metal, plastic, acrylic, paint, granite, quartz, laminate, finished wood, poly carbonate, a lovely countertop. Sounds like quite a party!

Do I shake it like other cleaners?

Just Shake or Twist to Distribute formula once in a warm piece but it is not necessary to waste energy shaking when using our specially designed tools that won’t scratch your glass! They are made to clean most bongs. If your bong is especially hard to clean because of percolators or design, it could be growing germs constantly.

Mile High Cleaner’s unique natural formula similar to doing the dishes. Warm in hot water (soak), Drain, Squirt in some cleaner, Scrub and for the final touch, squirt on some detergent and scrub again.

Can it harm me in any way?

No, but if you are sensitive to Plant based allergies, please skin test first. This is a natural product with no known allergens. There is no peanut oil in the formula.

Mile High Cleaner’s unique natural formula is organic, plant based and so natural you can eat it. Don’t, it is an odorless, flavorless goo that works on resin like you would not believe. It is a cleaner, not a dessert topping. MHC is Edible but not meant to be eaten.

What is Mile High Cleaner Made Of?

Mile High cleaner is made by combining natural plants, fruits, and nut oils. Using the acids, enzymes, and natural properties we made the most effective resin cleaner over. We won’t give away our secrets here, but feel free to contact us for more information or a full MSDS sheet!

MHC is an odorless, colorless, tasteless, inert, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial and edible oil that works in harmony with nature to remove all kinds of sticky resin from any finished surface… the ultimate resin remover, preventer, and neutralizer.

Is it only for bongs?

MHC Cleans any resin from any surface. Pipes, rigs, vapes, trimmers, extractors…

Don’t forget around the house, the sink and kitchen, magazine table or wherever you may get sticky resin; tile, glass, metal, plastic, acrylic, paint, granite, quartz, laminate, finished wood, polycarbonate, a lovely countertop, or any surface. MHC even removed resin spots from the dog Spot. Sounds like quite a party!

I don’t like dish detergent touching my glass!

Dish detergents are MUCH Safer than ISO which has not changed in 100 years. Some detergents are safe for Wildlife after toxic oil spills. BTW, ISO is made from that toxic oil. Read the Label on Dawn compared to ISO.

Think about it.
Scrubbing in the sink with dish detergent is the highest standard of cleaning achievable in a home.

What is the Lifetime Warranty?

Lifetime Replacement Guarantee
We will replace for free any brush or tool to the original purchaser or gift recipient of the Deluxe Kit (not including the cleaner) per order, every order…for the rest of your life.
These brushes are specialized for the intricacies of Glass. Stop searching for brushes that fit or resorting to wire coat hanger and paper towels. Never buy a brush to clean your piece again…ever!

Individual items may vary in each kit. Covered items include

  • Brush size 1
  • Brush size 2
  • Brush size 3
  • Brush size 4
  • Triple brush
  • Canna Mag Shuttle RED (medium)
  • Canna Mag Shuttle WHITE (small)
  • Canna msg shuttle GREEN (large)
  • Canna Mag wand.

Caps and decorative pieces not covered. Items may be substituted for current products. One Wand per lifetime. Even if you lose it, or your dog ate it, or you just want a backup, we will replace it. Free shipping on orders over $25 so maximize your savings to get free shipping!

Do I soak it overnight?

That would work for VERY dirty, neglected bongs. Rinse out, coat with formula. Let sit in a WARM place like a heat vent or sunny window. Then scrub as normal, with our tools, just like doing the dishes. You use water, heat, a small squirt of detergent and tools like scrubbers and brushes to clean your pots and pans. This is no different. MHC changes resin so it is no longer sticky. Wipe, scrub, brush or wash away just like any mess…

Why should I give up ISO, it works!

ISO is made from fossil fuel, and we are releasing it into the environment in liquid form! It is like tossing a cup of gasoline, or diesel fuel into the environment. Dumb, but not bad if one person does it. Horrible if the HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of cannaconsumers do it. If they all cleaned in one place it would be called an environmental catastrophe. It would be millions of gallons. And some people clean every day. Mother Nature does not like Fossil Fuels, that’s why they are deep underground. Just the VAPORS cause eye, nose, throat, and lung irritation. That’s bad for Grandma with COPD or little Timmy with asthma and tender young lungs. It is a major contributor to Poor indoor air quality which is 14 times more likely to kill you than outdoor air according to a 2005 study. It is worse since then. ISO turns into Ground Level Ozone which kills around 1 million people per year, mostly the old, the sick and the very young.This is printed on my bottle. They did not want to put it on there, but they wanted to be in a Class Action lawsuit even less.

THE LONG-TERM RISKS OF ISO!

  • Loss of coordination
  • Loss of concentration
  • Nervous System Depressant
  • Sleep disorders
  • Known or suspected carcinogen
  • Known or suspected mutagen
  • Known or suspected teratogen
  • A major contributor to poor indoor air quality
  • A major contributor to ground level ozone. Isopropyl rubbing Alcohol solvents and VOC’s have issues!
  • Should be used with gloves, eyewear, and adequate ventilation $ (Industrial vent) Cost $
  • Isopropyl Alcohol is made from fossil fuels, the source of most of our environmental issues. Cost $$ and rising
  • ISO should not be released into the environment, even through the sewers, as it kills the bacteria that break things down. Cost $
  • Evaporation should be minimized as the Vapor contributes to 1 million deaths per year. Cost $$$
  • Methyl Carbinol (another name for ISO) kills germs, bacteria, and enzymes severely damaging Sceptic tanks. Cost $$$
  • ISO pits metal and damages plastic, your drains are metal and plastic. $
  • As a ‘Hazardous Substance’ Waste ISO should be contained and shipped to an environmental waste treatment plant. Cost $$$
  • Vapor over 2000ppm is immediately hazardous to life and health
What is Mile High Cleaner Made Of?

Mile High cleaner is made by combining natural and organic oils from plants, fruits and nuts. We won’t give away our secrets here, but feel free to contact us for more information or a full MSDS sheet!

MHC is an odorless, colorless, tasteless, inert, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial and edible oil that works in harmony with nature to remove all kinds of sticky resin from any finished surface…
the ultimate resin remover, preventer, and neutralizer!

Can it harm me in any way?

NO! But if you are sensitive to plant or nut allergies, please skin test first. This is a natural product with no known allergens. There is no peanut oil in the formula.

Mile High Cleaner’s unique natural formula is organic, plant based and so natural you can eat it. Don’t, it is a odorless, flavorless goo that works on resin like you would not believe. It can get chilly so store in a warm place.

How often should I clean?

Daily use of a water pipe = Daily cleaning

If you use a wet piece once a day you should clean it once a day. Would you drink out of yesterday’s unwashed glass?
For everyone else, the healthiest way to smoke out of a bong is to clean it after each use and let it dry completely before storing, just like you would any dish. A weekend toker should clean out the piece before Friday Night hits

Watch out for unwanted debris

I recently toked 2 hits and left in for a glass of water. When I came back, I noticed a fly doing the backstroke in the water. If he had not still been flopping, I would have assumed that was a chunk of resin and used it for a day.

This happens to all of us even if you didn’t know. It’s better to just play it safe and clean your piece as often as possible.

Cleaning glass doesn’t have to suck anymore

We know – cleaning your pipe normally sucks. Over the counter solvents are costly, smell bad, and ruin anything else they touch. They are flammable, hazardous VOCs and solvents. Isopropyl alcohol is cheaper but has all the same hazards.

The old way of cleaning glass was nasty and annoying. But Mile High Cleaner resolves the problems of cleaning glass. Most bongs are clean and ready to toke in less than 2 minutes. A one hitter could take as little as 15 seconds to clean.

How are you different?

Our products have zero toxicity, zero hazards. Use 1/50 (one-fiftieth) the amount you would of ISO. Saving 9 large 32oz bottles to one 2oz bottle.

Our brushes and tools are meant to be reused over and over again. The Canna Mag scrubber has a 55-year expected lifetime.

There are NO disposable items in our offerings which would increase trash and waste. We are seeking an alternative to the plastic bottle to reduce plastic waste even further.

We are trying to do the right thing, not the profitable thing. We ship everything in ecofriendly, minimal packaging that serves as its own storage container.
We use recycled packing material including the wax paper from our labeling department and local businesses.
We Re-use, Reduce and Recycle in every way we can.
Our product is natural, organic, and safe for you and the planet.
At 50 cleaning per bottle it is cheaper than ISO and a great value. And saves 9 plastic bottles of ISO
We will even give you the tools to clean daily if you buy our Deluxe kit. I will even make recommendations for cleaning your piece if you send me a picture.

If I cannot help you get your piece clean cheaper, easier, or faster than ever before I will refund your money.

Why did it turn thick?

The formula is a little cold. Store in a warm place above 68 degrees. You could also run the bottle under hot water or microwave bottle for 10 second bursts until warm.

WHY SHOULD I GIVE UP ISO?

Isopropyl Alcohol in the Medical Industry

Many people assume ISO is safe because it is used in the medical industry as Sterilization before your yearly flu shot. This is so a germ or virus does not get a free ride into your body. It is an important job with a calculated risk. Doctors do a lot of risky things like getting an X-ray, Barium Contrast, Chemotherapy or even camaras where they should never go, are a necessary calculated risk.

That is 2 drops of ISO per use which mostly turns to vapor. In contrast, some people use 2 ounces to clean. 2 ounces is 1000 drops which means 12,000 drops per year. Most importantly this is dumped in liquid form which has a 20-day half-life turning to vapor.

We are subjected to a lot of toxins, consequently the more we have to tolerate. As a result, the less we can tolerate.

What does not kill you does NOT make you stronger. It makes you weaker with less ability to fight off other toxins and diseases. As our world becomes more toxic from chemicals of our own making it is important to reduce, mitigate or better yet eradicate all the chemical toxins we can. Isopropyl rubbing Alcohol, solvents and VOC’s all have issues

Isopropyl Alcohol Products

Alcohol based sanitizing products like instant hand-sanitizer can lead to passive alcoholization.
To most of us 2 ounces we use to clean is not much ISO. However, the Government limits the MICRO amounts used in cosmetic, hair spray and beauty products. In California the gas pumps try to capture the VAPOR from your gas tank because gasoline has the same issues. You KNOW you should not dump gasoline so dumping ISO is OK?

There are sources everywhere, but NO INDUSTRY dumps it in liquid form. It is illegal with stiff fines for that. Companies try to always reduce evaporation or loss.

The effects are cumulative and there are a lot of Cannabis Consumers using ISO. Estimates are 5.6% of the population. That is 435 million worldwide! If, for example, the 100 million in North America clean once a month that is 2.4 billion ounces dumped every year. That’s 55,000 gallons per day! LIQUID, which is consequently much worse! Add in the Grows and extractor using ISO that is easily 100,000 gallons a day.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Volatile organic compounds are organic chemicals that have a high vapor pressure at ordinary room temperature. Their high vapor pressure results from a low boiling point.

What are the health effects of Ozone pollution?

Chest pain, coughing, throat irritation, and airway inflammation are a few signs to look for. In addition, it also can reduce lung function and harm lung tissue. Moreover, Ozone can worsen bronchitis, emphysema, and asthma which leads to increased medical care and Asthma “attacks”. Learn more about health effects at the EPA website.

Isopropyl Alcohol solvents and VOCs are bad.

ISO is suspected to be a mutagen
(Changes your DNA). Now, that may have worked out for Spiderman. But in the real world we get free radicals and tumors. It is not limited to just humans either. Plants and animals are affected by ISO as well.

Isopropyl Alcohol and the Environment

One final consideration is to think about the effects of ISO on the environment.
DO NOT wash into sewer because it is harmful to aquatic life. Most noteworthy, ISO poses a significant risk of oxygen depletion in aquatic systems. As a result, ISO causes Acute Fish Toxicity
Solvents are harmful to the environment. ISO kills bacteria, algae and microbes in the sewer and septic tanks. Just like good bacteria in your gut, everything from microbes to algae are involved in the process of cleaning the water. ISO kills them. Meanwhile, ISO goes into the water treatment plant which is certainly not equipped to handle it.

The dumping of solvents is illegal.
The Federal Government does not acknowledge Cannabis or these concerns; and consequently, it gets worse, and we continue using Isopropyl rubbing Alcohol, solvents, and VOCs to clean.

VOCs and Ozone Pollution

When these compounds evaporate into the air; they disrupt the chemical structure of the surrounding air. In turn, this creates OZONE and causes further harm to life on Earth.

The Institute of Physics estimates 1 million people died as a result of air pollution effects in 2013.
Other studies state 1 million died directly from Ozone pollution in 2017. Either way it causes serious harm to you, your family and the environment.

The EPA website on Ozone lists dozens of potential effects from Ozone pollution
Ground level or “bad” ozone is created by chemical reactions. VOCs interact with oxides of nitrogen (NOx) in air. This happens in sunlight. Petroleum based vapors, and chemical solvents are some of the major sources.
Isopropyl Alcohol is a VOC and a Petroleum based solvent!
Breathing ozone can trigger a variety of health problems. Ground level ozone can similarly have harmful effects on vegetation and ecosystems.

Who is at risk?

Ozone in the air we breathe can harm our health. People most at risk include children, older adults, and people who are active outdoors, especially outdoor workers. In addition, people with certain genetic characteristics. Also, people with reduced intake of certain nutrients, such as vitamins C and E. In addition, those who have lung issues or diseases such as asthma, COPD or even a common cold will, as a result, suffer more and could die. This is the weakest 30% of the population!

What are the environmental effects of ozone?

Ozone affects sensitive vegetation and ecosystems. This includes forests, parks, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas. It also harms sensitive vegetation during the growing season. Learn more about how ozone harms ecosystems.

HOW BAD IS IT?

100 years ago, no one died from Ozone. Now, every year one million people die from Ozone.

WHAT WILL IT BE LIKE IN 100 YEARS FROM NOW?

We can ‘tolerate’ a small amount of a lot of chemicals. However, the more our bodies must deal with these chemicals the less we will be able to deal with anything new. Every new cleaner just seems like a more toxic mix of solvents and chemical. The harsher and more hazardous the chemical the less we can tolerate.

In conclusion, Solvents are not the way to go.

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