Always opt for a grinder made of high-quality aluminum. They are not only more durable but also safer than plastic grinders, which may contaminate your products and aren’t as long-lasting.
Diamond-shaped grinders with razor-sharp teeth are highly recommended, especially for grinding smaller pieces. This design ensures efficient, smooth, and consistent results, unlike some traditional grinders. Pyramid shaped teeth give you more of a shredded grind.
Yes, depending on your needs. If you’re always on the move, a portable grinder is the way to go. However, if you’re grinding in bulk and in one place, a larger grinder might be more suitable, though potentially costlier to maintain.
A kief catcher allows for the collection of the fine powder that accumulates at the bottom of your grinder. In some cases, like with cannabis, this powder can be especially rich in THC. It’s advisable to pick a four-chambered grinder for optimal kief catching capabilities.
If you skip out on regular grinder maintenance, you’re inviting resin build-up. This accumulation can make the grinder’s parts sticky, causing it to turn inefficiently. To keep your grinder in peak condition, it’s crucial to clean it regularly. A well-maintained grinder not only lasts longer but also guarantees smooth and consistent performance. But hey, if you ever find your trusty grinder getting a tad sticky and resistant, don’t sweat it! Grab some Seven Sense Grinder Grease and give it a little TLC. This magic lubricant will rejuvenate your grinder, making it spin just like when it was brand new. Keep it grinding smoothly and efficiently with a touch of grease!