Missouri Meerschaum cob pipes – How to enhance the smoke & protect your pipes utilizing pipe mud

Just a handful of words from PipeCat about the great worth of Missouri Meerschaum corn cob pipes & miniature hardwood pipes alongside with some ideas on enhancing the smoke you get from them and supporting them previous longer – using homemade pipe mud.

6 thoughts on “Missouri Meerschaum cob pipes – How to enhance the smoke & protect your pipes utilizing pipe mud

  1. You're correct, they do need a little pipe mud. I've seen this way done a lot, but there is an easier way. Leave the shank in there. Double up a pipe cleaner and stick it through the shank and into the bowl. Fill the bowl up just past the shank with pipe mud. When it dries, pull the pipe cleaner out, then drill or poke a draft hole in the center of the bottom of the bowl. This way you get nothing come through the stem and into your mouth. You can burn every flake of baccy to white ash. Great video.

  2. MM cob pipes have a quaint old world feel. Like going back in time. Interesting video and appreciate the information for a new piper like myself.

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