Stainless Steel Grinder
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- Vegan Friendly
- Ethically Sourced
- Forest friendly
- No Parabens / Sulfates
- THC Free
- Lab Tested
- Made in UK
DURABLE STAINLESS STEEL: Not only does it look modern and stylish, stainless steel will last the test of time, being more than twice as dense as aluminium.
RAZOR-SHARP TEETH: As well as a tough outer shell, the inside consists of razor-sharp teeth to effortlessly and evenly grind your herbs in just a few twists.
SMOOTH ROTATION: Just a few smooth twists on this grinder transforms your herbs into a consistent, fine texture.
SKU Stainless Steel Grinder
How to use a grinder
Here are some simple steps to get you started:
- First things first, unscrew the lid and load the grinder with your herbs, breaking up the bigger chunks with your fingers first.
- Twist the upper and bottom parts. Keep rotating until you feel the resistance disappear.
- Gently tap the grinder to collect more kief and remove any stuck herbs from the upper chamber. When that’s done you can unscrew the lid.
- Next, unscrew the grinding chamber from the collection chamber. Remove your freshly ground herbs and enjoy!
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This 4-piece metal grinder is made of durable stainless steel with razor-sharp teeth for effortless shredding. While most metal grinders come in cheaper materials like aluminium, stainless steel is designed to last. The durable stainless steel teeth are just as effective on the thousandth use, as the first. The material allows a strong grip, for superior and comfortable grinding. You’ll notice the quality is reflected in the price tag, but thanks to its durability and quality, we bet this is the last grinder you’ll ever need to buy.
What is a grinder?
A good grinder evenly breaks down herbs into smaller pieces, perfect for joints, blunts and packing bong or pipe bowls. Grinding herbs is an important step in the process because it optimises airflow for a smooth and more consistent burn. It also helps release the bioactive compounds in your herbs, maximising the output and enjoyability.
Grinders usually come with 2-4 chambers. Most herbal connoisseurs opt for 4-chamber grinders to collect the cannabinoid- and terpene-rich particles, also known as kief.
Advantages of a stainless steel grinder
The metal edges are fashioned in diamond shapes for a comfortable and superior grip.
Most metal grinders can’t be washed with water due to rust. Stainless steel is rust-resistant so cleaning couldn't be easier - you can even pop it in the dishwasher.
Aluminium graters have come under fire for being potentially unsafe. Aluminium has been linked to health issues and there’s a small risk of aluminium flaking off into your ground herbs. Stainless steel doesn’t suffer the same risk, being a highly safe material that is often used in the kitchen.
How do I clean my grinder?
Here’s a step-by-step on how to clean your metal grinder:
1) Disassemble your grinder. If your grinder comes with a screen that sits between the collection chamber and the kief chamber, be really careful when handling - it’s fragile!
2) Optional freeze your grinder. This helps to remove the sticky parts that are tough to remove. Once frozen, gently tap to remove but don’t throw them away! They can be used next time.
3) When cleaning metal grinders, always use alcohol instead of water to avoid rust. Place the metal grinder in a sealable plastic bag and fill with isopropyl alcohol until the grinder is covered. Leave until the water colours and any tough residue lifts off.
4) Dry, reassemble and enjoy!
When should I clean my grinder?
This will depend on how often you use your grinder, but the general rule of every one to two months.
How do I save the kief when cleaning my grinder?
This is where the freezer comes in! Kief can be sticky so freezing solidifies it so it can be easily removed with your brush or when tapped against a hard surface.
How do I grind herbs without a grinder?
If you find yourself without a grinder, here are a few top tips for grinding using household items.
- Put the herbs in a glass and use scissors to snip at the herbs.
- Crush with a pestle and mortar.
- Grate with a cheese grater.
- Use a coffee grinder.
- Chop it with a sharp knife on a chopping board.