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VulcanWoman Mon 30-Nov-15 20:18:59

I bought a wooden salt grinder from Tesco a few months ago, it has metal workings, the screws at the bottom have rusted and are marking the bottom of my cupboard, now I know salt is very corrosive but surely it should have lasted longer than that. Anyone have one that is good quality, will I have to spend a fortune for a decent one.

Hero1callylost Mon 30-Nov-15 20:22:36

I have a Mason and Cole one, lasted years. About £14

Higge Mon 30-Nov-15 20:25:59

Peugeot make the best grinders - we just use Maldon, no need for a grinder.

VulcanWoman Mon 30-Nov-15 20:26:45

Hero thanks for that, just looked on Amazon, they have one for £10 inc P&P. I think the Tesco one was about £6 so it will be worth the extra.

VulcanWoman Mon 30-Nov-15 20:59:50

Higge that's another option, do away with the grinder, I've just had a look at Ocado and the Maldon is 3 times the price of Waitrose, I'll have a think about it though.

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