Q Hi I bought the Peugeot Daman Salt and Pepper Mill from you a couple of months ago and I’m worried about refilling the salt mill with the wrong type of salt. I know it can’t be wet salt ( also called grey salt) but how do I recognise the correct type? Will wet salt always be called grey? Dry coarse salt (as stated on the Peugeot website) doesn’t really tell me much. Your help would be very much appreciated. Thanks
A Hi. Most supermarkets sell salt crystals for milling, such as Tidmans’s Rock Salt. The test is whether you can break a crystal of salt between thumb and forefinger. If you can’t break it, the salt should work fine. Don’t use flakes, though, hard dry crystals are the best.
Hope this helps