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LOOK OUT BLOSSOM!! That blade means business! (To be read in the voice of Tom Kenny.)


This is a one-off grinder, and won't be recreated. 


Herb grinders can be used for making bread crumbs, your own signature spice blends and (ahem) other herbs.  All of my grinders are made with handpoured resin, and are of excellent quality. 



Blossom Vs. Exacto Blade #11

    • Disassemble your grinder so that your parts are separated. Then, go in with a toothpick or a cotton swab and dislodge any bits of herb stuck between the teeth. Work over a dish to catch any debris to grind and use later.
      • Acrylic or plastic grinders may deteriorate in alcohol or vinegar solutions, so use this method to give them a more gentle wash.
    • Soak the grinder in soapy water overnight, then scrub it clean. Fill a container, like a tupperware, with warm water and mix in about 1 tablespoon of dish soap. Place the grinder pieces in the container and let them sit for 6-7 hours. After, use a toothbrush to scrub the grime and loose bits of weed out of the grinder, wetting the brush with the soap solution.

    • Set grinder pieces on rack to dry completely before your next use.

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