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These are Vaporbrothers replacement screens for your non-EZ Change classic style vaporizer whip. Each pack includes 10 Vaporbrothers replacement screens. Vaporbrothers heat treats each stainless steel screen to burn off the chrome. This darkens the screens but ensures for safest, highest quality replacement whip screen on the market.

What size screen do I need?

.625" Screens: For use with the Vaporbrothers Mini-Thin Whip and all Vaporbrothers EZ Change Whips.

.75" Screens: For use with all the classic style (in other words non-EZ Change) Vaporbrothers Hands-Free and Standard Whips.

.812" Screens: For use with most non-Vaporbrothers vaporizer whips, please check your current screen size as some aftermarket whips use a 1" screen. Will not work with any Vaporbrothers Whip including the Vaporbrothers Aftermarket EZ Change Whip.

Replacement Tips for any non-EZ Change Vaporbrothers Whip

How to change the screen in the old school "All-glass Whip"

**Pro Tip*** Before you remove or replace a screen, try cleaning it first by passing boiling water through the hand piece. It works instantaneously and cleans better than alcohol. We recommend to draw a pot of boiling water, dip the tip of the whip glass into the water and suck the water up into the whip a few inches. Expel the water by blowing forcefully. This causes all the reside to melt and flow into the pot. Don't burn yourself with hot water. If this causes the pot to become oily, you can wipe the pot with vegetable oil, then wash with soap.

Replacement Tips: Changing the screen in your "All-glass Whip" takes careful effort and may be frustrating. Make sure to have a bamboo and our metal pick tool or a similar tool like a metal dental pick. Remove the hose from the whip, cutting it off with scissors if it is too hard to slide off. (Get new tubing here) Fold the screen like a taco diagonally to the thread direction, and push into the whip beyond the inner groove. See the remaining instructions at our video below:

Whip screening instructions

Getting the new screen in takes some finesse and experimentation, so please don't hesitate to ask for our assistance over the phone.