Rolling up or stuffing your cones can be a messy process without a rolling try, you can lose material to getting stuck to fingers or just dropping it all over the floor (we've all been there). Aside from the material loss, not having a rolling tray makes is very difficult to get a satisfying finished product when using rolling papers as well.
The days of messy hands and curved cones have been vanquished thanks to the rolling tray, if you haven't added one to your stash supply yet now is the perfect time.
What Are Rolling Trays?
A rolling tray is very similar to an old-school cafeteria tray, except for the glaring difference that it is for your smoking and rolling accessories not apples and sandwiches. Rolling trays have a sunken-in surface with raised, curved edges on the side so you can have a flat space without running the risk of knocking things off the edge.
Most rolling trays will be rectangular, and some will feature areas to hold papers, grinders, lighters, and other smoking accessories.