I wish to say the following two things but felt a lot of the two sentences are redundant and could be combined into one.
The two sentences are:
- "Delete the steps of sieving the granules with #40 screen."
- "Delete the steps of collecting the granules that are larger than the screen."
My attempt to combine the two sentences results in the below:
"Delete the steps of sieving the granules with #40 screen, and of collecting it that are larger than the screen."
I wonder if my attempt is understandable and if there are better ways to further simplify the sentence.