By: Barry Cooper updated 2017
The odor of marijuana is the top probable cause indicator police use to search and arrest pot smokers. I know this due to my years as a drug cop. Today I help others as a drug defense expert witness. Probable cause was invented to protect citizens from government intrusions. Now the police are using probable cause to proliferate millions of needless and cruel intrusions per year. Removing the government’s ability to gain probable cause is a power all non violent smokers deserve.
What do you need to remove weed smell?
- Empty paper towel roll
- Dryer Sheets 15-20
- Clean Sock
Read more below…
Why am I writing this?
Unfortunately, as a drug cop, I arrested hundreds of people after gaining probable cause from detecting smoking odors. I became suspicious and made scores of arrests after smelling “masking agents”. Things like Febreze and other air fresheners are commonly used in an attempt to cover smoking tracks. However, these are not the best option. So, as a form of penance, I wrote this article to keep non-violent pot smokers out of American prison camps.
( As of writing this April 2017, there are nine states in the USA that have legal recreational use of marijuana. Only five US states still have marijuana prohibition still in effect. )
As of July 2014, twenty three states and Washington D.C. have legalized the use of medicinal marijuana. Two states have legalized marijuana for recreational use. Yet, as it stands, the majority of cannabis users need to conceal the smell of marijuana. Plenty of people live in dormitories, apartment complexes and illegal states. Places a small amount of marijuana smoke isn’t acceptable. Luckily, with the correct information and a device, it’s not hard to completely eliminate probable cause.
What does the research say?
NeverGetBusted set out to discover what best reduces the smell of marijuana. We tested two main categories, sploofs and sprays. A Sploof is a homemade filter used to blow marijuana smoke through. The device is used to neutralize the smell of marijuana before it disperses into the environment around you. The team tested the diffusion of marijuana smoke using five homemade sploofs, and a Fluke 985 Particle Counter. For the experiment, they tested particle levels in four different areas of the home.
The bedroom, the bathroom, inside the front door and just outside the front door. They used the particle counter at each location to determine the smoke concentration.
What removes the smell of weed best?
- Through our research, we discovered using a vaporizer is the most powerful way to eliminate the smells of marijuana. You can vaporize virtually anywhere in your home without worrying about the smell escaping.
- Activated charcoal is the most effective ingredient in a sploof. It removes at least twice the number of particles from the air than sploofs without activated charcoal. The ones using dryer sheets alone just do not even come close. The activated charcoal actually absorbs particles out of the air. It is sold commercially as a filter to remove toxins from fish tanks and has many other uses.
- Joints, pipes and bongs all produced around the same amount of smoke. But it is a matter of the amount of consumption. Smoking from a bowl was the least likely to produce a lot of smoke while the joint was the most likely.
How do you make a homemade sploof?
Stuff you need:
Empty paper towel roll
– Stuff 10 to 15 dryer sheets into the paper towel roll.
– Slip the loaded paper towel roll into the sock and tuck any remaining sock into the end of the paper towel roll.
– If you have the Activated Charcoal make sure to secure that on the end.
-Start blazing. Take a hit and exhale into the tube. The dryer sheets will eliminate all the smoke and almost the odor.