Wooden Mills – Dark Stained, Coloured Gloss & Beech

  • No chemical sprays or cleaners should be used on wooden mills, this can remove mill polish.
  • Do not leave wooden mills on a wet surface, this moisture can be absorbed into the wood and split the mill.
  • The best way to clean a wooden mill is with a damp (not wet), colourless cloth. Make sure mill is thoroughly dried after cleaning, do not leave mill to dry on it’s own.
  • The best storage conditions for our mills are in a cool dry place. Keep out of direct sunlight and humid conditions.

Electronic Mills

  • We recommend using alkaline batteries for best performance. We do not advise using zinc or rechargeable batteries in our mills.
  • It is not possible to replace the bulb in any electronic mills. All bulbs in mills are LED and have a long life expectancy.
  • The best way to clean an electronic mill is with a damp (not wet), colourless cloth. Make sure mill is thoroughly dried after cleaning, do not leave mill to dry on it’s own.
  • All electronic mills have a padlock symbol to indicate how to change batteries and refill. Twist from locked symbol to open, pull off upper part. This will expose the cell unit to change batteries. Remove the cell unit to refill salt and pepper.
  • The best storage conditions for our mills are in a cool dry place. Keep out of direct sunlight and humid conditions.

Acrylic Mills

  • Do not leave acrylic mills in direct sunlight, or leave in extreme temperatures (high or low). This may cause acrylic to fade.
  • The best way to clean an acrylic mill is with a damp (not wet), colourless cloth. Make sure mill is thoroughly dried after cleaning, do not leave mill to dry on it’s own.
  • The best storage conditions for our mills are in a cool dry place. Keep out of direct sunlight and humid conditions.