ROLLING MACHINE INSTRUCTIONS – How To Roll Your Own with a Rolling Machine

So you’re probably looking at your brand new rolling machine and wondering how something that looks so simple could be so totally unintuitive to use, am I right?? Yes. Well look no further. If you want to roll your own and need simple rolling machine instructions, you’ve come to the right place.

The following instructions use a zig zag rolling machine for the demonstration, but this how-to applies to any rolling machine of similar design. Check out the video below for instructions on how to use one of the coolest and simplest weed gadgets out there – you’ll be rolling your own in to time!

Instructions on how to use a rolling machine are also detailed in text below, just after the video…

Rolling Machine Instructions:

And now we present rolling machine instructions in text form.

There are just a few easy steps to follow and you’ll be rolling your own, lickity split…


  • Open up the rollers.
  • Put in a filter and slide it to one side.
  • Put in a big pinch of whatever you’re smoking. You might want to do this over a sheet of paper or a magazine, there could be some spilage.


  • Close it back up again.
  • Pick it up and turn both rollers toward you, using your fingers to keep the plastic taut around the inside so that the guts get nice and tight. 


  • Insert a sheet of paper between the rollers, gummed side toward you. It might require a little shimmying. Don’t be scared.


  • Roll the paper in by continuing to roll towards you.
  • Stop before rolling it all the way in – you’ll want to leave a little sticking out so that you can lick it.
  • Now roll it in the rest of the way, giving it a few more rolls.
  • Open er up, and BOOM! You just rolled yourself a joint! Er, cigarette. 


  • Now smoke dat.

And now you know how to use a rolling machine! It is a good day. If you don’t already have one, grab one of these zig zag rolling machines from Amazon, they’re just a few bucks and totally worth it!



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