The best, especially at cleaning a very ignored mouthpiece.
Posted by Bobby R. Woodall on May 22nd 2018
Great for those more difficult pipes
Posted by Gabriel Sayegh on Apr 24th 2018
I always recommend a bristled cleaner for pipes not smoked often and/or not routinely cleaned after each smoke. I do my best to keep my pipes clean, but they still may go some time in between smoking and be in need of a little extra care. I also have a few pipes which like to hold a little extra doddle in the tenon, so the bristles help stop any sour taste from forming. Obviously the bristles can be a bit abrasive if used too often against a clean pipe, but a bundle of 80 never goes bad either! You can't go wrong with BJ Long's in general, and I recommend the regular & bristled cleaners in standard & churchwarden sizes for every pipe smoker with a good collection and rotation of pipes.