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Cleaning and Sharpening Your Coffee Grinder

If your coffee grinder takes longer than it should to work, instead of thinking about replacing it, just resharpen the blades. Toss in a handful of uncooked rice. The rice will re-sharpen your blades for you.

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August 19, 20050 found this helpful

Clean your coffee grinder by grinding up one cup of uncooked rice once a month. This will also help to keep the blades sharp.

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January 17, 20181 found this helpful

I get that rice would clean your grinder, but sharpen? you're saying that to sharpen the blades of something that is made to grind hard beans you should grind something harder to restore the blades. By that logic why not throw a handful of BB's in it? I suppose you think if you fill your ice tray with hot water it will freeze faster.

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December 12, 20190 found this helpful

FYI; Hot water does freeze faster

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December 12, 20190 found this helpful

This is true according to what I have read. It is called the Mpemba effect.

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