Durable. Convenient. American Made.
Our HoneyDabbers are the perfect choice for anyone looking for a more durable concentrate straw for on the go. From the city slicker to the mountaineer our HoneyDabbers are built to go where you go! Although we don't reccommend it, they will even float in water!
Made from locally sourced Northeastern American cherry wood, laser engraved, and sealed with all natural boiled linseed oil.
The only concentrate straw that can be put away hot! Made possible by a Patented design that uses a removable heat resistant sleeve to protect the user and their surroundings from the hot tip after each use!
Fully replaceable tips and the option to go with quartz or titanium make the HoneyDabber a no brainer!
Please read and understand warranty and order information that can be found on our FAQ page prior to ordering.
Made with Genuine Brass
Here at Honey Labs, we strive to make the highest quality products while making the commitment to never cut corners. We are craftsmen at heart and that is why we do what we do.
So, when we updated our HoneyDabber II with a hint of brass we did it the way an honest craftsman would. Paying homage to an age old tradition of craftsmanship blending natural wood grain with brass, we made it with 100% genuine brass rather than brass plating a different cheaper metal.
Genuine brass, unlike Brass plating, will naturally tarnish as it ages. With regular use and handling, the brass itself is exposed to the oxygen in the air, and oxidation occurs which results in a tarnish or patina on the surface of the brass that keeps it from looking clean and bright. While to some individuals have the opinion that oxidized brass doesn't always look as nice as brass in its original state, the oxidation process allows the brass to create a protective coating or patina on its exterior to prevent further corrosion or damage.
This can be cleaned or removed with a natural solution that you can make at home. DO NOT USE ANY BRASS CLEANING CHEMICALS.
Make a natural brass cleaner by squeezing the juice from half a lemon into a bowl, and add about a teaspoon of baking soda and stir until mixed. Apply the paste with a soft cloth to the oxidized brass. Once you've worked the paste into the brass, wipe thoroughly with a damp cloth to remove all of the mixture and then immediately dry it thoroughly with a clean towel to avoid additional damage from water exposure.