Care and Use

Care and Use: Stainless Steel Vacuum Flask

Thank you for purchasing this Thermos product which is manufactured to the highest quality standards. Please read these instructions carefully and retain for future reference in order to gain optimal use from your Thermos product.

  • In the interests of safety and hygiene please ensure that your Thermos flask is cleaned with warm water and washing-up liquid prior to initial use.
  • For best results from your flask, before use, pre-fill for about 3 minutes, using either hot water for hot drinks or cold water for chilled drinks.
  • Never use a microwave or conventional oven to pre-heat your flask.
  • If your flask has not been used for some time, rinse with warm water to remove any residual odours.
  • DO NOT overfill your flask. Leave sufficient space in the neck to fit the stopper.
  • After filling, always ensure that both the outside cup and stopper are tightly closed.

CLEANING

  • Use warm water and washing-up liquid to clean your flask after use. Rinse thoroughly with hot water. DO NOT immerse in water. Dry thoroughly after leaving it to drain. Store with the stopper off.
  • DO NOT put your flask in a dishwasher.
  • To remove difficult stains fill your flask with hot water, add one teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda. DO NOT put stopper on product while using this cleaning method. Soaking overnight produces excellent results. Always rinse before re-use.

CAUTION

  • Avoid abrasives, solvents and bleach products.
  • DO NOT store dry ice or any carbonated drink as they may cause the stopper to eject forcefully.
  • This product must NOT be used for keeping milk products or baby food warm or cool, to avoid the possibility of bacterial growth.
  • To prevent scalding always pour contents into a cup. DO NOT drink directly from the flask.
  • Keep out of reach of children when product contains hot liquids.

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