Grinder head, plate and knife storage.

  • I was thinking about storing my grinder parts in the freezer after sterilizing and drying. I’m thinking, this way they are ready to oil, assemble and grind anytime I need them. Is there a down side to my thinking.

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    @1grinder The only downside I would see to that is that there is moisture in the freezer and we obviously want to avoid these rusting. I want to say that this is a great idea but I am going to check with our application specialist first and if it works I think this would be a good thing for people to follow your example on! If nothing else at least you always know where they are!

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