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Product description

Colour Name:Black

Little Helper Multifunctional Grinding Tool!!!
◘Kitchen Hand: Mill seasonings before cooking, and add spice into your food for better flavor.gt;
◘Convenient and portable grinder with beautiful metal texture would not let you down. gt;
◘Take the grinder with appropriate size to anywhere you want to go, the strong magnetic lid keeps the leftovers from spilling and odor free. gt;
◘Our grinder is comprised of 4 compartments and 3 bigger chambers, which can offer enough space to grind and storage powder, you can mill coffee bean, homemade herbal remedies, seasonings, tea, saffron, basil, mint, etc.gt;
◘Wash the grinder with tap water and air-drying after the cleaning. gt;
Easy to use:
1. Open up the lid and put some herbal remedies in the middle of the teeth, please do not fill it full otherwise the lid can not be closed properly. gt;
2. Spin the lid in the clockwise or anticlockwise direction as you like, you will grind fine powder and granules into the closure chambers. gt;
Package Include:
◘4 Layers premium grinder X 1 gt;
◘Stainless steel pollen catcher X 1 gt;
◘Pollen scraper X 1 gt;
◘There might have color aberrations between the pictures and the material object due to the lights, the pictures are for reference only, the actual product shall prevail. gt;

Herb Grinder Zinc Alloy with Sifter and Magnetic Top Crusher for

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