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Found this on the web. Don't know if it helps any.


Ceramic Nails

Ceramic nails are the newest product on the market at the moment, and not a lot of people have experience with them yet. What we do know about the ceramic nail is that it’s non porous, so you don’t need to season it. Also, it is said to be chemically inert, making it medical/food grade product.

Many people who have tried the ceramic nails say that the taste you get is great, but it’s nearly impossible not to break or crack from daily use. Hitman Glass says on his Instagram that it’s flat out not durable. Even the most careful users could still potentially see cracks or fractures.

Another downside about ceramic nails for the average dabber is that the heating time takes considerably longer than Ti, glass or quartz. They require patients to heat the nail for approx. 2 minutes before and to let it cool down for about a minute before dabbing.

The upside to this heating process is that ceramic is remarkable for retaining heat, so it’s possible to take more than one dab from heating it once – which could be a benefit to some.

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