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Casa Quickie: Coffee Grinder Two-in-One Tip

If your coffee grinder is coated with coffee bean residue, or if it's suffering from dull blades, there's an easy solution. Grind up a cup of uncooked white rice in your coffee grinder. Not only will it clean the grinder, it will also sharpen its blades.


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AKirstin AKirstin 9 years
I just did this, and it worked REALLY REALLY well!! :D Thanks, CasaSugar!
RosaDilia RosaDilia 9 years
Awesome! Thanks!
hippiecowgirl hippiecowgirl 9 years
Genius! Mine is starting to get a little dirty. I may try this tip tomorrow morning.
nancita nancita 9 years
That is smart!
jenious jenious 9 years
Wow, like putting ice down the garbage disposal to sharpen the blades. What a great tip I'm going to try. Thanks!
flyingroo flyingroo 9 years
Cool tip, thanks!
Jyramiah Jyramiah 9 years
Wow. That's great to know. My mom and her boyfriend drink coffee whenever they can and they have one those grind-your-own-coffee things. So they could probably use this little tip before they decide to buy new blades or worse, buy a whole new machine.
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