How To: Making an efficient and durable carbon-filtering sploof
I'm going to tell you how to make what is, as far as I'm concerned, the ultimate sploof. I've seen other carbon filter designs around the net but this one is far better. This things doesn't cover up the smell of your exhaled smoke, it eliminates it--and is extremely easy to make, durable, and cheap--everything needed to make it can be gotten for under 10 bucks.
-1-1/2" by 6" plastic extension tube for sink - the picture on the website is of the 12" one
-1-1/2" threaded PVC cap
-Activated carbon - I went to walmart but can be found at pet stores too
First rinse about a half cup of the activated charcoal and let it dry to get rid of the charcoal dust. Then start drilling holes on the top of the PVC cap. I used a 1.98mm bit and drilled about 50 holes spaced evenly.
One of the advantages of this sploof is that it's really easy to replace the carbon when it gets old--just unscrew the two pieces over a trash can and empty the carbon. Comment and tell me what you think!