herb grinders gets clogged, this is how  you get them back working

Clogged grinders? Free(z)e'm up!

Clogged grinders? Free(z)e'm up!


Yes, you are seeing that right—the grinder in the picture is frozen.

So, your grinder is stuck and you can't open it? Not to worry—it's all good. Now, let's get your grinder back up and running.

One of the ways to free your grinder is to place it in a freezer for a couple of hours. Then, remove it and use a towel to cover the grinder. Avoid direct hand contact as your hands will warm it up before you can work it out. Now that you have it wrapped, gently hit the lid against a solid surface. It’s better to use the floor, or even better, if you have a small hammer, use that instead. However, keep in mind that there is no need to slam it too hard—only small shocks are required to release the pollen that got stuck in the metal. When the pollen freezes, the structure of it becomes brittle and can be easily broken apart.

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