Mini Tabletop Salt/Peppermill - Chrome

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With this fun and easy to make Salt/Peppermill you can create the perfect gift set for your recipient's dinner or picnic table. Turn a classic straight profile or be more adventurous with custom profiles. The smooth twist handle and high quality ceramic grinding mechanism will make for easy grinding of salt or pepper.

Easy to turn on a 7mm mandrel with small pieces or cutoffs. Only 3" high. Create a Salt and Peppermill set with this Chrome finish mill for the salt and the Black Enamel mill (Item # PKGRIND7B) for the Pepper. 

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With this fun and easy to make Salt/Peppermill you can create the perfect gift set for your recipient's dinner or picnic table. Turn a classic straight profile or be more adventurous with custom profiles. The smooth twist handle and high quality ceramic grinding mechanism will make for easy grinding of salt or pepper.

Easy to turn on a 7mm mandrel with small pieces or cutoffs. Only 3" high. Create a Salt and Peppermill set with this Chrome finish mill for the salt and the Black Enamel mill (Item # PKGRIND7B) for the Pepper. 

Instructions Mini Tabletop Salt/Pepper Mill.pdf

 

To make this kit you will also need - 

  • 1-1/16" Forstner Bit, 1-1/2" Forstner Bit, 36mm Forstner Bit
  • Blank 2in dia x 3-1/4 in height
  • Bushings PKGRIND7BU
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Product questions

  • Dan Ninneman
    Feb 7, 2020, 10:16 AM

    Can this grinder be used with salt?

    Administrator
    Feb 7, 2020, 11:16 AM

    Hi Dan!

    ANY peppermill will grind salt, as well. However, as you undoubtedly know, salt is corrosive.

    This peppermill mechanism is ceramic, but the shaft that extends from the handle to the mechanism is metal. I cannot tell whether it is anodized, so I can't tell you for certain what effect salt will have on it.

    So, the best answer I can give is a definite maybe!!

    Yes, it CAN be used with salt, but it may start to corrode and look bad, over the years.

    Ed