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Accessorise your kitchen and table with our elegant Salt Mills. Strong and durable, the Salt Mill is available in vibrant, iconic colours that will accent your kitchen beautifully and features an embossed 'S' on the metal knob. The hardened ceramic grinder is corrosive resistant which is ideal for grinding salt, and the mill can be adjusted for either a finer or coarser grind. Matching Pepper Mills also available.
Le Creuset silicone is an ideal material for kitchen utensils. It is smooth and flexible, and cleanly scrapes both flat and curved surfaces with ease. Silicone will not scratch or damage cookware.
Remove all packaging and labels. Wash the utensil or accessory in hot, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
Le Creuset silicone utensils and accessories are heat-resistant to 482°F/ 250°C, so they are ideal for stovetop cooking. Utensils should not be left in pans while cooking, and handles should not overhang the sides. Heat from the stove can damage the wooden handle.
Silicone is dishwasher-safe, so accessories made entirely from silicone can be placed directly in the dishwasher.
To clean wooden-handled utensils simply remove the silicone blade by pulling it from the handle and place in the dishwasher. Wash the wooden handles by hand and dry well before replacing the clean utensil blade.
Mineral oil can be used on the wooden handle after drying to preserve its good looks.
Remove all packaging and labels. Wash the utensil in hot, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Stainless steel tools may also be washed in the dishwasher.
Stainless steel tools are safe at any cooking temperature.
Stainless steel tools are safe for use in the dishwasher.
Le Creuset salt and pepper mills should not be immersed in water or put in a dishwasher. If the outside of the mill requires cleaning, wipe with a damp cloth. Let dry completely before refilling. Be careful not to overtighten the knob, as this can damage the shaft and grinding mechanisms.