How To Operate
- Remove the top and insert the whole herb into the housing. There is no need to break apart your herb as long as it fits into the milling chamber.
- The housing can be full but not so much it protrudes from the top or over the center rod.
- Replace top but do not compress the flower like in a traditional grinder (it will compact it and be more difficult to process).
- Apply even and gentle pressure to the top while twisting in a back and forth motion. Listen for a change in sound to signal the top has bottomed out and milling is complete.
- Remove the 1/4 turn lower catch to access harvest
Premium Edition Rotor Key
- Clean rotor face and flutes so key can fully engage
- Place knob face up on a stable, flat, grippy surface (i.e. silicone mat on a countertop is great)
- Engage key into rotor. Press down hard while turning counter-clockwise to loosen.
Cleaning your mill
Items That You Will Need To Clean Your Flower Mill
1 bottle of Isopropyl Alcohol
1 Container - Pro Tip: Get One With A Lid So You Can Seal Up The Alcohol inside
1 Cloth or Paper Towel
1 Toothbrush or Q-Tip
Completely Disassemble Your Mill
- Remove the lid and lower catch from the housing assembly
- Note: All threads are standard right hand, so clockwise to tighten, counter-clockwise to loosen.
- Unthread the rotor from the knob
- Unthread the sleeve from the tube and remove the diffuser screen
- Unthread the taper from the catch
Place All Your Components into the container to soak
- Submerge all parts in ethanol or isopropyl alcohol for 5-10 minutes
Use a toothbrush to clean off anything remaining
- Parts that are not free of grime may be agitated with a Toothbrush, Q-Tip, or soft rag
Rinse all parts with clean water
Dry parts thoroughly
Assemble Your Mill
- Assemble your FlowerMill in reverse order
Any Questions Email Us at Support@flowermillusa.com
Installing Pollen Screen
Premium Stainless Steel Maintenance
- We chose stainless because of its hygienic and durability properties, similar to kitchenware and medical devices.
- Minimize dry operation. The mill was designed to operate for long periods between cleanings and during normal operation a thin layer of natural flower oils reduces friction and wear.
- We recommend applying a thin layer of food safe lubricant (Mill Wax, or similar) after cleaning to reduce friction and improve wear resistance.