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Flower Mill Pro Tips & Cleaning Hack


Keeping your Flower Mill clean is essential for maintaining its efficiency and ensuring optimal performance. While a thorough soak is often recommended for a deep clean, sometimes you may not have the time or resources available for such a process. In this blog post, we will share a quick and efficient method to clean your mill without the need for a full soak. By following a few simple steps, you can have your Flower Mill looking pristine and operating smoothly in no time.

Step 1

Alcohol Wipe for the Milling Chamber Walls To begin the cleaning process, take an alcohol wipe and gently wipe the walls of the milling chamber. This will help remove any residue or buildup that may have accumulated during the grinding process. Ensure that you cover the entire surface area of the walls to achieve a thorough clean.

Step 2

Q-tip for the Inside Rim of the Flower Mill Top Next, remove the cotton from the end of a Q-tip to expose the stick. Place the alcohol wipe around the same end of the Q-tip. This will create a small, concentrated cleaning tool. Use the stick to carefully wipe the inside rim of the Flower Mill top. Pay close attention to any areas that may have trapped debris or residue. This step will help improve the overall cleanliness and functionality of your mill.

Step 3 (Optional)

Add a Dab of Grinder Grease For an extra touch of maintenance, consider adding a dab of grinder grease to the Flower Mill. This grease will help reduce friction and allow the mill to spin smoothly, providing a buttery grinding experience. However, please note that this step is optional and may not be necessary for all mills. Check the manufacturer's guidelines or recommendations before applying any additional substances to your Flower Mill.


Cleaning your Flower Mill is essential for ensuring its longevity and optimal performance. While a full soak is usually the recommended method for deep cleaning, there are times when a quick and efficient cleaning process is necessary. By following the steps outlined in this blog post, you can effectively clean your mill without the need for a full soak. Remember to use an alcohol wipe to clean the milling chamber walls, a Q-tip with an alcohol wipe to clean the inside rim of the Flower Mill top, and optionally add a dab of grinder grease for smoother operation. With these simple techniques, your Flower Mill will not only look better but also function smoother, providing you with a delightful grinding experience every time.


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