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Date: 01 Jan 2007 16:15:58
From: Sconad
Subject: static from my grinder



help!

anyone know of a good way to reduce the static electricity that builds
up when i use my electric grinder? i know i really ought to get a
manual, hand grinder, but that's just not an option right now.

so, in the meantime, what can i do so the grounds don't go flying
everywhere when i open the lid?

thanks, and happy new year!




 
Date: 03 Jan 2007 07:48:48
From:
Subject: Re: static from my grinder

Sconad wrote:
>
> so, in the meantime, what can i do so the grounds don't go flying
> everywhere when i open the lid?
>
I have found that adding a few drops of water to the beans prior to
grinding cuts the static - MIke



 
Date: 02 Jan 2007 10:48:51
From: Bob H.
Subject: Re: static from my grinder
What other coffee NG? Can you give us a link?
> >
> See my reply in the (other) coffee NG, and thank you for not cross-
> posting.
>



  
Date: 02 Jan 2007 13:58:51
From: yetanotherBob
Subject: Re: static from my grinder
It's rec.food.drink.coffee . It's *quite* somnolent compared to this
group and some of the other rec.food.* groups, but that's where I saw
the post first.

Bob
=======================
In article <1167763731.383382.168660@v33g2000cwv.googlegroups.com >,
rharkins@gmail.com says...
> What other coffee NG? Can you give us a link?
> > >
> > See my reply in the (other) coffee NG, and thank you for not cross-
> > posting.
> >
>
>


 
Date: 01 Jan 2007 20:51:05
From: yetanotherBob
Subject: Re: static from my grinder
In article <scotticus-FB8630.16155801012007@news.lga.highwinds-
media.com >, scotticus@iwon.com says...
>
>
>
> help!
>
> anyone know of a good way to reduce the static electricity that builds
> up when i use my electric grinder? i know i really ought to get a
> manual, hand grinder, but that's just not an option right now.
>
> so, in the meantime, what can i do so the grounds don't go flying
> everywhere when i open the lid?
>
> thanks, and happy new year!
>
See my reply in the (other) coffee NG, and thank you for not cross-
posting.

Bob