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Guides | 03.14.2022

A Guide To Carbon Lining Tech

RYOT’s carbon-lined cases and bags are ideal for transporting everything you need to smoke a joint, at home or while traveling, all while keeping the smell practically non-existent.

The first and perhaps most noticeable detail that can give away if you’re smoking pot is the scent. This might not be a problem per se, but it can be uncomfortable if you’re in a situation where others might not enjoy the skunk as much as you do. Whether you’re living with roommates that don’t want their furniture to smell like Snoop Dogg’s house, or you simply want to be discreet with where you keep your stash, then there is an option made just for this. 

RYOT’s carbon-lined cases and bags are ideal for transporting everything you need to smoke a joint, at home or while traveling, all while keeping the smell practically non-existent. They work with the latest tech in neutralizing and trapping odors, perfect for cannabis, or even tobacco-based products. Avoid smelling like you just came from an electronic music festival and check out their brand. 

What Is Carbon Lining?

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Carbon, or as some call it, charcoal, has become quite the sensation in the past few years: some people add a sprinkle of the powder to their morning juice because of its detoxing properties, while others are adding it to anything from toothpaste to facemasks. The understanding is that carbon is super absorbent, especially when it comes to smells, so they help eliminate anything too stinky in your home. 

RYOT’s carbon-lined bags include safe-for-wear pads lined with charcoal, that won’t leave the usual dark stain on textiles, and it also won’t make your bag seem like the starter for a barbecue. It’s one of the more advanced options when it comes to transporting strong-smelling ingredients, and we think it is more than ideal for cannabis consumers that don’t want to walk around with their joints announcing to everyone that they’re consumers. 

How Does It Trap Odors

Carbon is an extremely porous mineral, which means it has many small holes that literally absorb and trap scents, unwanted or not. They cover the inside of the bags, which means that whatever you place in them will lose their scent after they’re closed off for at least an hour, depending on the size and strength of the smell. But don’t worry, it doesn’t mean that the flower will lose properties like terpenes and cannabinoids, although we still recommend storing them in appropriate manners (we have a list on how to store your weed safely)

Maintenance

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The easiest bit is the upkeep of your carbon-lined bags since it doesn’t require constant wash or harsh soaps to keep them in prime condition. All you really need is to air the bag every couple of months, sometimes up to a year depending on the use, and let it get all the sunlight it can. That way you can keep using your RYOT bags for longer, fully enjoying their smell-absorbent qualities that are unlike any other in the market. 

Does It Work?

Wait, do you really think we’d suggest anything that we didn’t know worked? They are discreet, have a sleek and simple design, and can last for a lifetime if you take good care of them. Truly, RYOT outdid themselves, and we couldn’t be more grateful. 

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