Ever since man first put a value on objects, there have been those who would take them away. From buried treasure chests to armored vaults, we try to keep them safe. The problem with safes is that they scream valuables and secrets to anyone who sees them. That is why, on certain occasions, it is better to hide things right out in the open. As cannabis lovers, we are an inventive lot, so here are 13 stash spots that are pure genius.
1. Riding dirty
Having your car searched can be an agonizing ordeal. To make road trips safe and stealthy, why not keep your stash outside the passenger area? This powerful magnetic case can hold on tight all the way there.
2. The last place anyone wants to look
No one is going to want to touch your toilet brush, let alone grab the base and lift it. This handy holder is ideal, especially since the brush is functional. Just give it a good go a couple times, and the avoidance factor will be unmistakeable.
3. Stealth brush
Hair care is vital to any woman, and so is a good stash spot. Ladies will love this covert carrier at home or on the go.
4. Speaking of style
Another essential for your beauty regime, or for ironing clothes, a good spray bottle goes a long way. It can also double as a stylish and stealthy container with water in the top and a hidden compartment in the bottom.
5. Roll out
If you are going to do your hair and iron that suit, the discreet couple will also want to stay looking sharp. From dog hair to dirt and dust, you can stay squeaky clean with a lint brush with a hollow core.
6. Another for the car
Having your stash hidden under the car only works if you do it in advance. For those times you have a little something for the road on you, then hide it in your cigarette lighter! This fake lighter looks just like the real thing, but can hold several capsules, or a small baggie.
7. Deceptively delicious
Sized, printed, and feeling just like the real thing, this soda bottle is fantastic. It even has real liquid in the top, perfect for fooling even a close look.
8. Double discretion
A standard looking US fire extinguisher holds not one, but two hidden compartments. The top is a small pill or USB area, and the bottom is a larger stash spot.
9. Right on, man
Keep your closely guarded stash closer than ever with this belt that has an inner zipper pocket. So deceptive, it could even pass a pat-down!
10. Power to the people
Today, everything is powered by batteries in it. From small speakers to remote control cars. But batteries themselves are often barely glanced at. These little guys can hold a little extra charge, in the form of a small stash of cannabis pills inside.
11. Lighter stash
A lighter is what you use to light up, not what you light up! This amazing secret spot is inside a working lighter. Now the first thing they find is the last thing they look at close enough to bust you. Carry a pack of cigarettes just to give it credence, though.
12. The big time
You can hide a bit of everything in here, and if you get caught looking at it, why you are just wondering how long until the pizza arrives.
13. A bright idea
Having a few extra lights in the house is always practical, especially when they can hold a stash like this one. Like a clock, you might want one in every room.
Now I know what you are thinking
That’s great guys, but what about the smell. Even invisible stashes can get found with a secret that stinks.
Have no fear. The best companion to a good stash spot is a smell proof container. From vacuum seal canisters to ultra fine, 90-micron density plastic baggies, you can ensure that the nose never knows.
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