Why use a personal snorting device?
When a drug is snorted, it comes into contact with the lining of the nasal cavity. The drug can cause the blood vessels to dilate and rupture, allowing tiny, even microscopic, amounts of blood to leak out onto the snorting device. If you reuse snorting equipment used by another person, blood from the previous person can enter your own bloodstream. If this blood is infected with Hep C or other diseases, there is a risk of transmission. To prevent transmission people should always use their own device when snorting.
What if I don’t have a personal snorting device?
If you don’t have a personal snorting device, use something that can be disposed of immediately. For example, a pack of Post-it Notes can serve as a large supply of disposable, rollable straws. Don’t use money! Bills may have passed through many hands—and many noses—before coming to the current user.
The DanceSafe-branded Crisp Tube
Instructions for use
Before first use, unscrew and thoroughly rinse with warm water and mild dish soap. Rinse again and let dry.
Do not use abrasive sponges, scour pads, steel wool, or anything that may degrade the finish of your Crisp Tube.
Do not use any tools to clean out the inside as this may degrade the inner surface.
Always check your Crisp Tube for residue, dust, or other debris before use.
Do not stick the threaded end of the Crisp Tube into your nose – the threads can be sharp.
If your Crisp Tube becomes dirty, rinse with warm water and mild dish soap. Rinse again and let dry. If a deep clean is desired, the tube may be soaked in isopropyl alcohol and then re-washed with warm water.
DO NOT SHARE – This is your personal device. Sharing it defeats the purpose of harm reduction.