• Pre-Wash and Dry: Before the first use, wash the fry basket with warm soapy water and dry it thoroughly. Wipe the interior and exterior of the air fryer with a damp cloth. Never immerse the air fryer body, cord, or plug in water.
• Avoid Dishwashers: Do not place any part of the air fryer, including the fry basket and accessories, in a dishwasher. These components should be hand-washed with warm soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge.
• Oil-Free Cooking: Remember that the air fryer works with hot air and does not require oil or frying fat. Do not fill the fry basket with oil or excessive amounts of fat, as it may cause damage to the appliance.
• Be Prepared for Initial Odor: During the first use, you may notice a slight odor or small amount of smoke. This is normal and results from the heating element's chemical reaction. The odor will dissipate quickly.
• Follow Operational Lights: Pay attention to the operational lights on your air fryer. Since we offer a lot of air fryer models, please download the specific manual for your model here
• Shake Ingredients: Some recipes may require shaking the ingredients halfway through the cooking time. To do this, carefully remove the fry basket, shake the ingredients, and then slide the basket back into the air fryer.
• Allow Cooling Time: After cooking, the air fryer needs approximately 60 minutes to cool down before it can be safely handled and cleaned. Avoid touching the fry basket, as it gets very hot during and after use.
• Clean with Care: Always turn off and unplug the air fryer before cleaning. Wipe the exterior with a damp cloth and clean the fry basket and accessories with warm water, dish soap, and a non-abrasive sponge. Avoid submerging the base in water.
• Store Properly: Once cleaned and dried, store your electric air fryer in a cool and dry place. Ensure that the fry basket and accessories are stored separately to prevent any damage or misplacement.
• Do read the instruction manual: Familiarize yourself with the cleaning recommendations specific to your electric air fryer model.
• Do unplug and cool down: Always turn off and unplug the air fryer before cleaning. Allow it to cool down completely before handling or cleaning any parts.
• Do hand-wash the fry basket and accessories: Remove the fry basket and other removable accessories and wash them with warm soapy water and a non-abrasive sponge. Rinse thoroughly and dry completely before reassembling.
• Do wipe the exterior: Use a damp cloth to wipe the exterior of the air fryer to remove any grease or food residue. For stubborn stains, a mild kitchen cleaner can be used.
• Do clean the interior: Clean the interior of the air fryer with a non-abrasive sponge or cloth dampened with warm water. Ensure that no food particles or grease remain inside.
• Don't immerse the base or electrical parts in water: The base, power cord, and plug should never come into contact with water or other liquids. Submerging these parts can cause damage to the air fryer and pose an electrical hazard.
• Don't use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads: Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleaning agents, as they can damage the non-stick coating of the fry basket and other components. Stick to mild dish soap and a soft sponge or cloth.
• Don't use metal utensils: When cleaning the fry basket or removing food, avoid using metal utensils, as they can scratch or damage the non-stick coating. Opt for non-metallic utensils like silicone or plastic.
• Don't put parts in the dishwasher: The fry basket, accessories, and removable parts should not be placed in the dishwasher. Hand-washing is recommended to prevent damage and maintain the integrity of the components.
• Regular Cleaning: Clean your air fryer after each use to remove any food particles, grease, or residue. Refer to the cleaning instructions provided by the manufacturer to ensure proper cleaning techniques.
• Avoid Overloading: Do not exceed the maximum capacity indicated for your air fryer. Overloading can hinder the airflow and lead to uneven cooking or poor results. Follow the recommended portion sizes for the best outcome.
• Avoid Using Excessive Oil: Electric air fryers are designed for oil-free or low-oil cooking. Using excessive amounts of oil can lead to smoke, unpleasant odors, and even damage to the appliance. Stick to the recommended amount of oil or opt for oil-free recipes.
• Monitor Cook Times: Keep an eye on your cooking times to avoid overcooking or burning the food. Adjust the timer according to the recipe's instructions and check on the progress as needed.
• Check for Wear and Tear: Regularly inspect your air fryer for any signs of wear and tear. Look for damaged cords, loose connections, or worn-out components. If you notice any issues, refer to the instruction manual or a qualified technician for repairs.
• Proper Assembly: Ensure correct and secure assembly of the blender jar components. Follow the instructions provided, including placing the blade, rubber gasket, and base in the correct order. Tighten the base clockwise to prevent leakage.
• Allow Cooling Between Uses: To maintain optimal performance and prevent overheating, allow the blender to cool between multiple uses. Use your blender NO LONGER than 1 minute at a time or less and allow to cool for 1 minute between cycles.
• Handle Blades with Care: The blender blades are extremely sharp. Take caution when washing the blade assembly and avoid direct contact with the blades. To remove food residue, use a small nylon bristle brush to clean the blade assembly thoroughly.
• Pulse Function for Thick Mixtures: When blending thick mixtures such as smoothies, power drinks, or milkshakes, use the pulse function. Press the pulse button several times to initiate the blending process before switching to continuous blending.
• Utilize the Filler Cap: The filler cap allows you to add ingredients while the blender is in use. Only remove the filler cap when necessary, such as when adding additional ingredients. Avoid removing the lid while the blender is in operation.
• Preparing Ingredients: For efficient blending, chop large foods into smaller pieces before placing them in the blender. This helps achieve smoother and more consistent results.
• Scraping Sides with Utensils: While the blender is OFF, use a rubber spatula to scrape the sides of the jar, ensuring all ingredients are blended evenly. Remove all utensils before continuing and replace the lid before resuming blending.
• Be Mindful of Lid Cap and Measurements: The lid cap has a 60ml measurement capacity and can be used to add ingredients accurately. Take advantage of this feature when measuring and adding liquids or other ingredients to the blender.
• Follow Usage Guidelines: Adhere to the usage guidelines provided in the instruction manual. Fill the blender jar with ingredients, ensuring not to exceed the maximum fill line. Add liquids first before other ingredients and avoid overfilling the jar. Download the instruction manual here
• Rinse blender components immediately after use to make cleaning easier.
• Wash the blending jar, lid, filler cap, and blade assembly under running water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or pads that may damage the surfaces.
• Wipe the motor base with a soft damp cloth to remove spills or splatters. Never immerse the base, plug, or cord in water or any other liquid.
• Dry all blender parts thoroughly before storing in a cool, dry place away from the reach of children.
• Regularly inspect the blender for any signs of damage, wear, or malfunction. Promptly replace worn-out or damaged parts.
• Never immerse the motor base, plug, or cord in water or any other liquid.
• Do not operate the blender without the lid.
• Avoid storing food in the blender jar.
• Refrain from using the blender if the jar is chipped or cracked.
• Do not use the blender for tasks it is not designed for, such as making breadcrumbs, grinding coffee beans, chopping nuts, whipping cream, beating egg whites, mixing dough, mashing potatoes, grinding meats, or extracting juice. Stick to the intended applications for optimal performance and longevity.
• Disconnect Power Supply: The blender does not have an "OFF" feature. To shut it off, always disconnect it from the power supply after use. This ensures complete safety and avoids accidental activation.
• Avoid Blending Hot Liquids: To prevent damage to the blender and ensure safety, refrain from blending hot liquids. Allow hot ingredients to cool down before adding them to the blender jar.
• Use in Moderation for Ice Crushing: While the blender is suitable for ice crushing, avoid using it exclusively for this purpose. Excessive ice or frozen fruits can cause the blending cup to chip or break. Use a reasonable amount, add more liquid, and ensure it does not exceed the recommended capacity.
• Follow Usage Guidelines: Adhere to the recommended usage guidelines provided in the instruction manual. Avoid overloading the blender, blending hot liquids, or exceeding the recommended blending duration. Download the instruction manual here
• Before First Use: Prior to the initial use, thoroughly wash the travel lid, Blend-To-Go Blender cup, and blade assembly using warm soapy water. Rinse them well and ensure they are completely dry before assembling the blending jar.
• Handle Blades with Caution: The blades are extremely sharp, so exercise extreme care when handling them. When cleaning, use a small nylon bristle brush to remove any food particles that may have adhered to the blade assembly.
• Rinse Immediately: It is recommended to rinse the blender components immediately after each use. This practice makes cleaning easier and prevents stubborn stains or residue from forming.
• Dishwasher Safe Components: The travel lid, To-Go cup, and blade assembly can be safely cleaned in the dishwasher. Alternatively, you can wash them using warm soapy water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or pads that may scratch the surfaces.
• Thoroughly Rinse and Dry: After cleaning, ensure all components are rinsed thoroughly to remove any soap residue. Allow them to air dry completely before reassembling and storing to prevent the growth of mold or bacteria.
• Wipe the Motor Base: The motor base should be wiped with a damp cloth to remove any spills or splatters. Never immerse the base, plug, or cord in water or any other liquid, as this can damage the electrical components.
• Ensure Proper Ventilation: Use the blender in a well-ventilated area, allowing at least 4-6 inches of space on all sides for adequate air circulation. This helps prevent overheating and prolongs the life of the blender's motor.
• Allow Motor Rest Periods: To prevent overheating, use your blender NO LONGER than 1 minute at a time or less and allow to cool for 1 minute between cycles.
• Regularly Inspect for Damage: Routinely inspect the blender components for any signs of damage, wear, or malfunction. Promptly replace any worn-out parts to maintain optimal performance and safety.
• Store in a Dry Location: After cleaning and ensuring all components are completely dry, reassemble and store the blender in a cool, dry place. Keep it out of reach of children to prevent accidents or damage.
• Wipe the Heating Plates: After use, wait for the product to cool down, then wipe the Heating Plates with a cloth dampened with warm soapy water. Avoid immersing the unit or running water directly onto the Heating Plates.
• Clean the trays: Wash the Egg Bite/Egg Sandwich Tray in warm soapy water using a sponge or cloth. Ensure thorough cleaning to remove any residue or food particles.
• Dry the Heating Plates and trays: After cleaning, dry the Heating Plates and the Egg Bite/Egg Sandwich Tray with a clean cloth or paper towel. This helps prevent moisture-related issues and maintains the quality of the appliance.
• Avoid abrasive cleaners: Do not use steel wool pads or other abrasive cleaners on the Heating Plates or the Egg Bite/Egg Sandwich Tray, as they can damage the non-stick coating. Stick to gentle cleaning methods.
• Clean the exterior: To clean the outside of the Egg Bite Maker, wipe it with a soft cloth dampened in warm soapy water. Rinse by wiping with a dampened clean cloth, then dry thoroughly.
• Avoid touching metallic parts: While the appliance is operating, refrain from touching the metallic parts, as they can become very hot. Use oven mitts or appropriate protection when opening the lid.
• Proper lid handling: Exercise caution when opening and closing the lid. The internal parts, including the Egg Bite Tray and Egg Sandwich Tray, will be hot, and steam may escape when the lid is opened. Always use the provided removal tool to avoid the risk of injury or burns.
• Unplug when not in use: Always unplug the Egg Bite Maker from the electrical outlet when it is not in use or if you plan to leave it unattended. This ensures safety and conserves energy.
• Storage: After use and thorough cleaning, allow the buffet server and warming tray to cool completely. Reassemble the unit, ensuring all components are dry, and store it in a safe and dry location.
• Cleaning guidelines: Wipe down the warming tray base with a damp soapy cloth, taking care not to immerse it in water. The trays and lids are dishwasher safe and can be cleaned accordingly. Dry all parts thoroughly before reassembling and storing.
• Prepare the appliance: Before first use, clean the appliance according to the instructions provided. Place it on a flat, clean, and non-slippery surface for safe operation.
• Temperature control: Always ensure that the temperature control knob is set at the lowest position before plugging or unplugging the unit. Remember that this appliance is designed to keep cooked food warm, not to cook or reheat food to the proper temperature required for killing bacteria.
• Setting up the buffet server: Place the appliance on a flat, heat-resistant surface. Plug it into an electric outlet that can accommodate the appliance's power requirements. The red heating indicator light will illuminate.
• Adjusting temperature and preheating: Use the temperature control knob to set the desired temperature for keeping your food warm. Allow the appliance to preheat for approximately ten minutes, indicated by the red light turning off when the desired temperature is reached.
• Arranging serving dishes: Place the rectangular frame onto the tray (with caution as the tray will be hot) and position the two/three serving dishes on it. Fill the individual serving dishes with your desired food items. Cover the dishes with lids to retain heat and keep your food fresh. The indicator light will cycle on and off while maintaining the correct temperature.
• Unplug and cool down:Always unplug the product and allow it to cool before cleaning or storing. This ensures your safety and protects the appliance.
• Cleaning the removable parts:The pitcher, strainer, reamer, and lid are dishwasher safe. Wash them using a nonabrasive sponge, soap, and running water. Dry all parts thoroughly before storing or using them again.
• Cleaning the motor base:The motor base can be cleaned with a damp cloth. Avoid submerging it in water or any other liquid. Once cleaned, dry the motor base and store it in a safe place.
• Regular maintenance: Routinely inspect the juicer for any signs of wear or damage. If you notice any issues, refer to the instruction manual, download here. Regular maintenance ensures optimal performance and longevity.
• Detachable pitcher convenience: The detachable pitcher makes it easy to store and serve your freshly juiced citrus. Remove the lid, reamer, and strainer from the pitcher.
• Serving fresh juice: Place the lid back onto the pitcher and bring it to the table for immediate consumption. Your guests can enjoy the goodness of fresh juice.
• Storing in the refrigerator: If you have leftover juice, store the pitcher with the lid in the refrigerator to keep it chilled and maintain freshness.
• Cleaning the removable parts: After brewing, empty the coffee grounds and paper filter. Wash the carafe and removable filter under warm running water with a mild soapy cloth. Dry all parts thoroughly before storage.
• Wiping the surfaces: Wipe the surfaces of the coffee maker with a soft, damp cloth. Avoid submerging the coffee maker in water.
• Descaling your carafe: Regular descaling is recommended to remove mineral deposits. Fill the carafe with water, add a small amount of white vinegar, and boil. Let the solution sit for an hour, or overnight for tougher stains. Rinse and run with fresh water before thorough cleaning and drying.
• Special instructions for the glass carafe: Do not use the glass carafe on a stove, oven, or microwave. Avoid placing it on a wet or cold surface. Clean the carafe with mild materials and never use abrasive cleaners or steel wool pads. Do not use a cracked or weakened carafe.
• Avoid pouring cold water into a hot carafe: To prevent damage, wait until the glass carafe has cooled before pouring cold water into it.
• Proper storage: Store your coffee maker in a dry and safe location when not in use. Protect it from potential damage and ensure it remains in good working condition.
• Gentle handling: Handle the coffee maker and its components with care to prevent damage. Avoid sharp blows, scratches, or rough handling.
• Regular descaling: Descaling your coffee maker regularly helps remove mineral deposits and ensures optimal performance. Follow the instructions provided to descale the machine effectively.
• Avoid contact with hot parts: Exercise caution and avoid touching hot surfaces of the coffee maker during and after brewing. Always use the handle and designated areas for safe handling.
• Prevent burning: Do not leave the coffee maker on for more than an hour after brewing to prevent burning. This coffee maker does not shut off automatically.
• Cooling before handling: Make sure all contents have cooled before cleaning or storing the coffee maker. This prevents potential burns and ensures safe maintenance.
• Cleaning the removable parts: Removable items such as the filter and cup can be washed using a soft sponge with warm soapy water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scouring pads, as they may damage the appliance.
• Exterior cleaning: Wipe the outside of the coffee maker with a soft, dry cloth to remove any dirt or stains.
• Drying and reassembly: Thoroughly dry all cleaned parts before reassembling for the next use. Store the appliance carefully in a safe place.
• Vinegar and water solution for mineral buildup: If the appliance brews slowly or experiences mineral buildup, a monthly cleaning with a vinegar and water solution is recommended.
> In a large bowl, combine equal amounts of white vinegar and water. Make enough solution to fill the reservoir to the maximum level.
> Pour the solution into the water tank and run it through the machine. Repeat if desired.
> For the reusable filter, use a soft toothbrush or brush dipped in the vinegar and water solution. Gently scrub in a circular motion to remove buildup. Let it sit for 15 minutes, then rinse.
• Avoid dishwasher usage: Never place the appliance in a dishwasher or submerge it in water. This can damage the machine and affect its performance.
• Initial odor or smoking: During the first use, you may experience a slight odor or small smoking, which is normal and caused by the heating element's chemical reaction. It will dissipate quickly.
• Unattended usage: Always unplug the product from the electrical outlet when it is not in use or will be left unattended. This ensures safety and prevents any accidental operation or hazards.
• Regular descaling: Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer for regular descaling. This helps remove mineral buildup and keeps your coffee maker functioning optimally.
• Proper storage: When not in use, store the coffee maker in a dry and safe location. Protect it from potential damage and ensure it remains in good working condition.
• Gentle handling: Avoid rough handling of the appliance, especially the removable parts. Treat them with care to prevent damage.
Allow cookware to cool at room temperature, without the use of cold water. Cold water can cause cookware to warp and change shape. Once cool, thoroughly clean cookware after each use. (Use Cleaning Instructions)
Removing Residue (Inside or Outside of Cookware)
Any tough residue that is on the inside or outside of the cookware can be removed using this method.
Note: Aerosol sprays and grease can leave a residue on non-stick cookware that is difficult to remove.
• Dish soap
• Baking soda
• Non-abrasive nylon scrubber
Steps to Remove Residue:
1. First mix water and baking soda to make a paste.
2. Spread the paste on the residue.
3. Scrub the surface with a nylon scrubber. Baking soda acts as an abrasive that safely removes residue without damaging non-stick surfaces.
4. Once the residue is removed, continue to wash with soap and water.
5. Rinse entirely before drying.
Cleaning Before First Use:
• Wash the Fryer Basket with warm soapy water and dry thoroughly.
• Wipe the interior and exterior of the Deep Fryer with a damp towel. Dry thoroughly.
• Do not immerse the fryer body, cord, or plug in water.
Using Your Deep Fryer:
• Never turn on the fryer when empty and ensure it is on a flat surface.
• Pour the recommended amount of oil into the fryer, between the marked MAX and MIN lines.
• Preheat the oil until the indicator light goes off.
• Place food in the basket, ensuring it is dry, and lower it into the oil.
• Follow recommended frying times and temperature guide.
• After cooking, lift the basket to drain excess oil.
Cleaning Your Deep Fryer:
• Turn off the appliance and unplug it, allowing it to cool before cleaning.
• Remove the Frying Basket and wash it in hot soapy water.
• Wipe the inside of the fryer with paper towels, then wash with hot soapy water. Never submerge the base or clean under running water. Add water into the unit using a small cup and empty very carefully.
• Clean the exterior with a damp cloth, avoiding abrasive cleaners.
• Dry all parts thoroughly before storing.
• Do clean the fryer before first use.
• Do preheat the oil to the recommended temperature.
• Do use recommended oils such as vegetable, corn, or peanut oil.
• Do follow the recommended frying times and temperature guide.
• Do spoon out the oil with a large spatula into a container while cleaning as oil reservoir/frying pot is NOT removable.
• Do use a non-abrasive sponge or cloth for cleaning.
• Don't immerse the fryer body, cord, or plug in water.
• Don't turn on the fryer when empty.
• Don't exceed the maximum oil capacity. Be wary of the MAX and MIN lines.
• Don't use oils with low smoking temperatures.
• Don't use steel wool or abrasive cleaners on the fryer.
• Preparing for cleaning: Switch off the appliance, unplug it, and allow it to cool before cleaning.
• Exterior cleaning: Use a sponge or slightly wet cloth to clean the outside of the appliance.
• Dishwasher-safe parts: The removable parts that come in contact with food, such as the egg holder and poacher, can be washed in hot water with a sponge and soft detergent or placed in the dishwasher.
• Avoid submerging and abrasive cleaning: Never immerse the appliance in water or use abrasive cleaners, gritting, metal brushes, or cutting objects.
• Removing scales: If excessive scales accumulate on the cooking plate, create a solution of diluted vinegar and water. Pour the solution onto the cooking plate, let it soak for 30 minutes, then wipe the plate clean with a moistened towel.
• When excessive scales are deposited on the cooking plate, normal household vinegar can be used to remove the scales.
• Dilute the vinegar with water (add 1 part vinegar to 10 parts of water).
• Pour the solution onto the cooking plate.
• Allow soaking for about 30 minutes.
• Then pour way the liquid. Wipe the cooking plate clean with a moistened towel.
Cool Trick: Rice absorbs oils left behind from coffee beans and spices.
• 1/4 Cup uncooked rice, any kind
• Paper Towels
1. Put a 1/4 cup of uncooked rice in your blade grinder, place lid, and grind for a minute or until pulverized into a fine powder.
2. Unplug the grinder.
3. Remove the lid and dump out the rice powder.
4. Wipe out any residue in the grinder with a damp paper towel.
5. Allow grinder to air dry with the lid removed.
6. Repeat weekly or whenever your grinder looks like it needs a good cleaning.
Periodically clean electric coffee and spice grinders for optimum performance.
• Proper attachment and disconnection: Always attach the temperature controlling plug (applicable to TS-641, TS-642, TS-819, TS-825, TS-840) to the appliance first, then plug the cord into the wall outlet. To disconnect, turn the temperature controlling plug to "off" before removing it from the wall outlet.
• Use on a suitable surface: Always use your electric grill on a dry, level, heat-resistant surface. Never use it without the drip pan securely in place.
• Unplug when not in use: Always unplug the product from the electrical outlet when it is not in use or will be left unattended.
• Avoid hot surface contact: Be cautious of hot surfaces and use oven mitts when handling the grill during and after cooking.
• Keep away from water: Do not immerse the appliance in water, and avoid pouring water on the grill.
• Cool down before cleaning: Always unplug the product and allow it to cool completely before cleaning.
• Remove detachable parts: Take out the detachable cord with the thermostat (applicable to TS-641, TS-642, TS-819, TS-825, TS-840) from the grill and carefully lift the drip pan out of the base. Dispose of any liquid in the drip pan.
• Cleaning the Grill/Griddle Surface: Use a damp sponge with a small amount of nonabrasive soap to gently scrub grilling/griddle surface. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or metal pads as they may damage the non-stick surface. Wipe with a damp cloth and dry. Surfaces of Grill/Griddle can be cleaned with soft, damp cloth.
• Avoid water immersion: Never immerse the appliance in water.
• Thoroughly dry before storage: Ensure all parts are completely dry before storing the electric grill.
The spotting inside your kettle is not mold or rust. The residue that collects on the surface is called 'limescale'. The interaction between the hot metal and hard water draws calcium, magnesium and other minerals out of the water. The minerals then adhere to the metal. Limescale is not harmful. It can be reduced, but not eliminated, by using filtered water. It can be removed by boiling a mild solution of vinegar in the kettle.
1. Fill the kettle with an equal part solution of water and household vinegar and allow to soak for 1 hour.
2. After 1hour, boil the solution in the kettle.
3. Once done boiling, empty the kettle and rinse it thoroughly.
4. If spotting persists use the tougher side of a sponge to scrub affected areas. We recommend you clean your kettle like this once every couple months or more if spotting happens regularly.
• Do connect the power cord to a power outlet and fill the kettle with water.
• Do close the lid securely and place the kettle back on the base unit without any water on the exterior bottom.
• Do turn the kettle on by pushing the switch from "O" to "I" for boiling water.
• Do lift the kettle using the handle, pour out the hot water into your container, and allow the kettle to rest before heating water again.
• Do unplug the kettle from the electrical outlet and turn the power switch to "O" when heating is complete.
• Don't overfill the kettle or operate it when empty.
• Don't leave the kettle unattended while boiling water.
• Don't touch the hot surfaces of the kettle without oven mitts.
• Don't leave the power switch on for an extended period after boiling water.
• Don't forget to keep the base of the kettle dry at all times.
• Before First Use: Before using your electric skillet for the first time, clean the non-stick surface with a damp cloth and non-abrasive soap. Avoid submerging the unit in water and ensure all parts are thoroughly dried.
• Temperature Control: Familiarize yourself with the temperature control dial range provided in the instruction manual. Different foods require different temperature settings for optimal cooking results. Refer to the suggested food table for approximate temperature and cooking time guidelines. The Instruction Manual for your Skillet Model, could be found here.
• Preheating: Allow the skillet to preheat for a few minutes on a low or medium setting with the lid off. This ensures that the pan is adequately heated and maximizes the non-stick properties.
• Cooking Tips: Use non-metal utensils, such as silicone, wood, or plastic, to stir the ingredients in the skillet. Metal utensils can damage the non-stick coating. Avoid overfilling the skillet or operating it when empty.
• Cleaning and Storage: Always unplug the skillet and let it cool before cleaning. Wash the skillet by hand using warm water, non-abrasive cleaners, and pads. Avoid immersing the skillet, plug, or cord in water. Rinse all parts thoroughly, dry them completely, reassemble, and store in a cool, dry place away from children's reach.
• Do clean the skillet and its components before the first use, and after each subsequent use.
• Do preheat the skillet for a few minutes on a low or medium setting before adding ingredients.
• Do use non-metal utensils, such as silicone, wood, or plastic, to stir the food in the skillet.
• Do turn off the temperature control dial, unplug the appliance, and disconnect the temperature control probe after cooking.
• Do read and follow the manufacturer's instructions and guidelines provided in the appliance manual. The Instruction Manual for your Skillet Model, could be found here.
• Don't submerge the unit or any of its parts in water. Avoid contact with liquids.
• Don't use steel wool pads or abrasive cleaners that can damage the non-stick coating.
• Don't overfill the skillet or operate it when empty.
• Don't use metal utensils that can scratch the non-stick surface.
• Don't leave the skillet unattended while in use.
If you're facing a clogged espresso machine or a lack of water flow, follow these steps to troubleshoot and clean your espresso maker:
• Clear the Filter: Open the filter holder and remove any coffee grounds. Rinse the filter basket thoroughly and place it back into position.
• Clean the Steam Valve: Loosen the screw holding the steam valve and remove the sleeve. Wash the sleeve with warm, soapy water to remove debris and dry it with a towel.
• Use Steam to Clear Clogs: Fill a cup with water and immerse the steam wand into the frother. Set the steam selector knob to "Steam" and let the water froth. If the nozzle doesn't steam, use a straight pin to remove dried milk from the steam nozzle.
• Clean the Brew Unit and Filter: Remove the waste unit and the brew unit from the espresso machine. Clean the brew unit thoroughly with warm water and a sponge. Use a damp sponge to clean the permanent filter in the funnel, removing any coffee grounds.
• Descaling: Fill the water tank with clean water and add descaling tablets. Set the program selector to "Descaling" and follow the instructions to run the descaling process. Place a large container under the water nozzle to catch the water.
• Clean the Steam Nozzle: Remove the steam nozzle sleeve. Fill a pitcher with cold water and turn the selector knob to the "Steam" symbol while the descaling solution is processing. Immerse the steam nozzle into the pitcher and allow steam to run for 30 seconds. Repeat this process three times. Wipe the nozzle dry with a towel.
• Ensure Safety: Before cleaning, unplug the frother from the power source.
• Wipe Exterior: Use clean warm water to wipe off any dirt or milk residue from the exterior of the frother. Dry with a clean towel.
• Prepare Soapy Water: Fill a small bowl with warm water and add a small amount of mild soap. This will be used to clean the frother nozzle.
• Clean Nozzle: Dip a wire brush into the soapy water and gently clean the frother nozzle to remove any residue. Repeat this process 3 to 4 times.
• Rinse: Dispose of the soapy water and rinse the bowl and wire brush with fresh warm water.
• Optional Vinegar Solution: If the frother is still not clean, create a solution by mixing vinegar and salt. Use a small brush or wire brush to clean the nozzle, repeating the process 3 to 4 times. Let the solution sit in the nozzle for 30 minutes to a few hours.
• Scrub Remaining Buildup: If any residue remains, use the brush to scrub it out.
• Rinse Again: Rinse the bowl and wire brush with clean warm water and use the clean wire brush to further clean the inside of the nozzle.
• Dry and Reassemble: Dry any wet parts on the exterior of the frother and ensure they are completely dry. Reassemble the frother.
• Flush and Test: Run the frother without adding milk to flush out any remaining residue. Ensure all contacts are dry before repeating the process using rubbing alcohol if necessary.
Next Steps Solution:
If the above steps don't solve the issue, you can try the following solution:
• Mix Solution: In a cup of vinegar, add about a tablespoon of salt. Place the brush or wire brush in the nozzle and clean.
• Repeat Cleaning: Rinse the brush or wire brush and repeat the cleaning process 3 to 4 times.
• Allow Soaking: Let the vinegar and salt solution sit in the nozzle for 30 minutes to a few hours, or even overnight, to dissolve stubborn residue.
• Scrub Remaining Buildup: If any buildup remains, use the brush to scrub it out.
• Rinse Thoroughly: Rinse the bowl and wire brush with clean fresh warm water. Use the clean wire brush to clean the inside of the nozzle.
• Washing Before First Use: Before using your food dehydrator for the first time, wash the stackable trays with warm soapy water. Rinse them thoroughly and allow them to dry completely before using. This step ensures cleanliness and removes any residue from manufacturing.
• Odor and Smoke During First Use: During the initial use, you may notice a slight odor or small amount of smoking. This is normal and a result of the heating element's chemical reaction. It will quickly dissipate, and there is no cause for concern.
• Cleaning After Use: After each use, allow the dehydrator to cool and unplug it before cleaning. Wipe the motor base with a soft damp cloth. Do not immerse the body, motor base, plug, or cord in water or any other liquid. Dry all parts thoroughly before storing or using them again.
• Rotating the Trays: To ensure even drying, rotate the trays during the processing period. The bottom trays are exposed to the hottest and driest air, so moving the bottom trays up and the top trays down will help achieve uniform drying.
• Storing the Dehydrator: Store the food dehydrator in a cool, dry place away from children's reach. Avoid stacking heavy objects on top of it to prevent any potential damage. Proper storage will help maintain the appliance's condition for future use.
• Tray Rotation: During the drying process, rotate the trays to ensure even drying. The bottom trays are exposed to the hottest and driest air, which can cause the food on the bottom tray to dry more rapidly. Rotating the trays will help achieve uniform drying. Remember to move the bottom trays up and the top trays down.
• Tray Height Adjustment: Your food dehydrator may have two adjustable tray heights. By setting the default tray and placing the trays on top of each other, you can ensure a snug fit. If you need to increase the distance between trays, turn the trays off the grooves to create more space.
• Proper Tray Loading: Avoid overloading the trays, as this can hinder proper air circulation and affect the drying process. Dehydrator trays should not exceed half of the surface area and should be no more than a quarter inch in thickness. If necessary, you can spread clean cheesecloth on the trays to prevent smaller pieces from falling through.
• Seed and Pit Dehydration: For foods with seeds or pits, such as certain fruits, dehydrate them until they are 50% dry. Then, remove the seeds to prevent juice from dripping out and continue drying until the desired texture is achieved.
• Testing for Dryness: Before determining if the food is dried to the desired level, remove a handful and allow it to cool for a few minutes. Warm or hot foods may seem softer and moister than they will when cooled. The dried vegetables should be hard and brittle, while dried fruits should be leathery and pliable.
• Clean after each use: Always clean your food processor after each use to maintain its performance and longevity.
• Washing the components: The lid, cup, and blades can be washed with a soft sponge under warm water and mild detergent. Alternatively, they are dishwasher safe.
• Cleaning the base: Clean the base with a damp cloth. Never immerse the motor base in water or place it in the dishwasher. Avoid using chemical, steel, wooden, or abrasive cleaners to prevent gloss loss.
• Cleaning removable parts: Clean the lid, cup, and blade with warm water, mild detergent, and a soft sponge or in the dishwasher.
• Handle blades with care: The stainless steel blades should be handled with extreme care when removing, assembling, cleaning, or storing. Be cautious of their sharpness.
• Proper storage: Store your food processor in a cool, dry place to prevent damage and ensure it stays in good working condition.
• Overfilling or Operating When Empty: To prevent issues with your food processor, avoid overfilling the cup or operating it when empty. Always follow the recommended capacity and ensure there is enough food in the cup for proper processing.
• Contact with Moving Parts: Exercise caution to prevent contact with the moving parts of the appliance. Remember that the blades are sharp, and mishandling them can lead to injuries.
• Unplugging and Storage: Always unplug the food processor from the electrical outlet when not in use or when leaving it unattended. Properly store the appliance in a safe place to avoid accidental damage.
• Switch off and cool down: Before cleaning, always switch off the appliance, unplug it from the electrical outlet, and let it cool.
• Cleaning the exterior: Use a sponge or slightly wet linen to clean the outside of the appliance.
• Cleaning removable parts: The parts in contact with food, such as plates, bowls, forks, spatulas, etc., can be washed in hot water with a sponge and mild detergent or put in the dishwasher. Avoid immersing the appliance in water or any other liquid.
• Avoid abrasive cleaning tools: Do not use abrasive cleaners, metal brushes, or cutting objects that can damage the appliance.
• Regular descaling: It is advisable to descale the appliance regularly, at least twice a year, to maintain its performance. Follow the descaling instructions provided in the user manual.
• Proper storage: Keep the appliance in a cool, dry place, and store it out of reach of children.
Adding water during long cooking: If your recipe requires extended cooking time, follow these steps to add water:
• Turn the timer knob to the "OFF" position and remove the containers.
• Take necessary precautions to avoid scalding and add water to the tank of the electrical base.
• Place the containers back on the base and set the timer knob to the desired position.
Monitor water levels: During long cooking sessions, periodically check the water level in the reservoir. Maintain an adequate water level to ensure continuous steam generation and prevent the appliance from running dry.
• Proper water level: Always ensure that the water level in the reservoir does not exceed the "Max" line or fall below the "Min" line indicated. Follow the recommended water level for optimal cooking.
• Avoid cooking directly in the water tank: Never pour liquids other than water into the tank and never cook food directly in the water tank.
• Don't overfill the containers: For better cooking results, avoid overfilling the containers. Make sure the food doesn't obstruct the steam outlet openings.
• Set the timer and monitor: Set the timer knob to the desired cooking time. The lamp will indicate that the unit is heating. Keep an eye on the food during cooking, and avoid moving the device to prevent scalding.
• Safety precautions: Always use the appliance with the cover on. When opening the lid, be cautious of the steam and boiling water droplets.
• After cooking: Turn the timer button to the "OFF" position (0), unplug the appliance, and let it cool down before handling or cleaning.
• Do read and follow the appliance's instruction manual carefully before using it for the first time. Download manual here
• Do wipe down all surfaces of the appliance with a damp cloth before the first use and after each use.
• Do use normal-sized ice cubes and avoid overfilling the appliance to ensure optimal performance.
• Do clean the components that have touched food in soapy water and let them dry thoroughly before reassembling the device.
• Do store the electric frozen drink maker in a cool, dry place away from children's reach.
• Don't plug the appliance into an electrical outlet until the specific step mentioned in the instruction manual has been completed (STEP 10 of OPERATION).
• Don't immerse the housing with the motor in water or put it in the dishwasher.
• Don't use abrasive detergents to clean the appliance's exterior.
• Don't lock the lid until you are ready to start the machine.
• Don't leave the appliance unattended while in use.
• Before cleaning, remove the power cord from the socket and make sure the appliance is unplugged.
• Use a clean, damp cloth to wipe the outside of the housing. Avoid immersing the housing with the motor in water or using abrasive detergents.
• Components that have touched food can be cleaned in soapy water. Ensure they are thoroughly dry before reassembling the device.
• Never immerse the appliance in water or put it in the dishwasher.
• Store the electric frozen drink maker in a cool, dry place away from the reach of children.
• Safety Precautions: Always unplug the product and allow it to cool before cleaning or storing. Be cautious as the blades are sharp and should not be touched.
• Disassembling: Ensure that the blades have completely stopped before disassembling the appliance. Use caution when attaching or detaching the blender shaft, as the blades are sharp. Turn the blender shaft counterclockwise to remove it from the motor body.
• Washing: The removable blender shaft, blades, and chopper bowl can be washed using warm soapy water. Rinse them thoroughly and dry them before storing. Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads on any part of the product.
• Discoloration: Some foods, like carrots or beets, may cause discoloration on the plastic parts. To remove stains, rub a cloth dipped in a little vegetable oil on the affected areas.
• Motor Body: Use a damp, non-abrasive cloth to wipe down the surfaces of the motor body. Ensure it is completely dry before storing.
• Do clean the blender shaft and stainless-steel blades before the first use and after each use to ensure hygiene.
• Do unplug the appliance before assembling, disassembling, or cleaning.
• Do handle the sharp blades with caution and avoid touching them directly.
• Do store the appliance in a secure, cool dry place away from children after cleaning.
• Do not use your hand blender for longer than 50 SECONDS at a time as it may cause overheating.
• Don't immerse the motor body in water or any other liquid, as it can cause damage to the appliance.
• Don't operate the appliance without proper assembly. Ensure that the motor body is securely locked onto the blender shaft.
• Don't use the appliance for processing hard foods such as ice cubes, coffee beans, chocolate, or spices, as it can dull the blades.
• Don't use abrasive cleaners, scouring pads, or chemical cleaners on any part of the appliance, as it can damage the surfaces.
• Unplug and Remove Beaters: Before cleaning your hand mixer, ensure that it is unplugged from the electrical outlet and that the speed control is set to the OFF position. Eject the beaters and remove them from the mixer.
• Clean Beaters: The beaters can be washed either by hand or in the dishwasher. Wash them with hot soapy water, paying attention to remove any food residue. If using a dishwasher, place them in the designated dishwasher-safe section. Ensure the beaters are completely dry before storing them.
• Wipe the Mixer Body: Use a damp cloth to clean the body of the hand mixer. Avoid submerging the base unit or exposing it to water or other liquids. Ensure that the mixer is completely dry before storing.
• Handle the Cord Carefully: Do not wrap the cord around the hand mixer, as this can cause damage. Instead, gently coil the cord and secure it with a twist tie or cord wrap. Store the hand mixer in a safe and dry place, away from heat sources and sharp objects.
• Cleaning the Speed Control and Button: Occasionally, dirt or residue may accumulate around the speed control and button. To clean these areas, dampen a cloth with mild soapy water, squeeze out excess moisture, and gently wipe the control area. Use a dry cloth to remove any remaining moisture.
• Avoid Immersion of Base Unit: It is crucial to never submerge the base unit of the hand mixer in water or any other liquid. Doing so can damage the electrical components and pose a safety risk.
• Use a Suitable Mixing Bowl: Choose a bowl that is large enough to accommodate your ingredients comfortably. Avoid overfilling the bowl, as this can lead to splattering and uneven mixing.
• Position the Beaters Correctly: When inserting the beaters into the hand mixer, ensure they are locked securely in place. Proper positioning prevents the beaters from dislodging during use, ensuring smooth and consistent mixing.
• Start on Low Speed: Begin mixing on a low speed setting to prevent ingredients from splashing out of the bowl. Gradually increase the speed as needed to achieve the desired consistency.
• Keep the Mixer at the Right Angle: Maintain a slight angle while mixing to allow the beaters to reach all areas of the bowl. Tilt the mixer slightly and move it in a circular motion to ensure thorough mixing.
• Avoid Overmixing: Be cautious not to overmix your ingredients, especially when incorporating dry ingredients into wet ones or when working with delicate mixtures. Overmixing can result in a dense or tough texture.
• Pause and Scrape the Bowl: Pause occasionally during mixing to scrape down the sides of the bowl with a spatula. This ensures that all ingredients are evenly incorporated into the mixture.
• Follow Recipe Guidelines: Adhere to the recommended speed and mixing time specified in your recipe. Different recipes may require different mixing techniques and durations for optimal results.
• Placement: Place the hot pot on a sturdy, flat, and dry surface to ensure stability during use.
• Power Connection: Firmly insert the power cord into the socket and ensure it is securely in place. For some models, hotpot has a power base that should also be secured. Plug the hot pot into a nearby electrical outlet.
• Temperature Control: Use the temperature control switch to select your desired heat level. 'I' is for slow boil, and 'II' is for fast boil. Avoid overfilling the appliance above the 'MAX' line.
• Using Utensils: When stirring ingredients during cooking, use only plastic or wood utensils to prevent scratching and damaging the stainless steel surface.
• Cooling and Cleaning: After cooking, turn the temperature control switch to 'O' to turn off the hot pot. Unplug the appliance, and allow it to stand and cool for at least 15 minutes before cleaning. Always remember to unplug your appliance from the power source when it's no longer in use.
Descaling is an essential maintenance step to ensure optimal performance of your electric hot pot. Follow these steps for descaling:
• Fill the hot pot with water, leaving enough space to accommodate the descaling solution.
• Add a small amount of white vinegar to the water. The ratio of water to vinegar may vary depending on the severity of the mineral deposits. For milder stains, use a 1:1 ratio.
• Boil the water and vinegar solution in the hot pot. Allow it to sit for an hour or overnight for tougher stains.
• After the descaling process, rinse the hot pot thoroughly with fresh water.
• Perform a boiling cycle with fresh water to remove any residual vinegar taste.
• Allow the hot pot to cool completely before cleaning and drying all parts.
Descaling your hot pot regularly helps remove mineral deposits and ensures the longevity of the appliance.
• Regular Cleaning: After each use, unplug the appliance and allow it to cool. Empty any remaining water from the reservoir and kettle. Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe the exterior surface and remove any spills or stains. Never immerse the appliance in water or use abrasive cleaners.
• Descaling: Over time, mineral deposits may accumulate in the stainless steel parts, affecting the taste and efficiency of your hot water dispenser. Descaling is essential to remove these deposits. Fill the appliance with water, add a small amount of white vinegar, and boil. Let the solution sit for an hour or overnight for tougher stains. Rinse thoroughly and boil fresh water to remove any vinegar residue.
• Lid Assembly (APPLICABLE TO KT-40BS, KT-33BS ONLY): To clean the lid assembly, open the lid and carefully draw it out. Clean the lid assembly using a mild dish soap and warm water. Rinse thoroughly and reinstall the lid. FOR MODEL KT-2200, the tank can be removed to clean and rinse.
• Avoid Using Running Water: Never rinse the appliance under running water or submerge it in water, as this can damage the electrical components. Instead, wipe the parts with a damp cloth and dry them thoroughly before storage or subsequent use.
• Storage: When not in use, store the hot water dispenser in a clean, dry place. Ensure that all parts are dry before storing to prevent the growth of mold or mildew.
APPLICABLE TO KT-40BS, KT-33BS ONLY
• Power On/Off: The appliance turns on once you plug it in. To turn it off completely, always unplug the unit. Leaving it plugged in will keep it in the last cycle selected.
• Burn Hazards: The water dispensed by the appliance is extremely hot and can cause severe burns. Never use your fingers to operate the Cup Touch Dispense feature. Instead, use cups or bowls to avoid direct contact.
• Boil Protection: The appliance has a boil protection feature that automatically shuts it off. This prevents over-boiling and potential damage. Respect this safety mechanism and do not attempt to disable or modify it.
• Cleaning and Maintenance: Always unplug the appliance and allow it to cool before cleaning or performing any maintenance tasks. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or pads that can damage the product.
• Proper Storage: When not in use, store the appliance in a safe and dry place, away from children and pets. Ensure all parts are dry before storing to prevent mold or mildew growth.
• Avoid Contact with Hot Parts: Always be cautious and avoid touching hot parts of the appliance during and after use. Use oven mitts or other protective gloves when handling hot components.
• Unplug and Allow Cooling: Before cleaning or storing the appliance, always unplug it and allow it to cool completely. This prevents the risk of burns and electrical accidents.
• Proper Cleaning: Never submerge the appliance in water. Instead, wipe the surfaces with a soft, damp cloth. Only wash removable parts like the pitcher, lid, filter basket, and removable mesh filter under running water.
• Dry Thoroughly: Ensure that all parts of the appliance are completely dry before storage or subsequent use. Moisture can cause damage and mold growth.
• Do read and follow the manufacturer's instructions for setup, usage, cleaning, and maintenance.
• Do clean the pitcher, lid, filter basket, and removable mesh filter after each use.
• Do run a brew cycle with water only before adding tea or coffee to remove any residual flavors.
• Do use a coffee filter when adding dry ingredients like sugar or Matcha powder.
• Do wipe the surfaces of the appliance with a soft, damp cloth to keep it clean and free of stains.
• Don't immerse the appliance in water or use abrasive cleaners on any part of the machine.
• Don't overfill the removable filter with tea or coffee. Follow the recommended measurements.
• Don't leave tea or coffee in the appliance for an extended period. Always empty the pitcher and clean it promptly.
• Don't forget to unplug the appliance and allow it to cool before cleaning or storing.
• Don't use the "Brew" button as an OFF button. To turn off the appliance mid-brew, unplug it.
• Whisk Cleaning: Do not disassemble the whisk for cleaning, as it may affect its performance. Rinse the whisk under warm water and allow it to air dry.
• Jug Cleaning: Remove the jug from the power base and clean it immediately after each use. Rinse it with warm soapy water and use a soft cloth to wipe the jug's body.
• Lid and Silicon Sealing Ring: Separate the silicon sealing ring from the lid and rinse both in warm water. If necessary, wash them in soapy water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.
• Device Power Base: The device power base should not be put in the dishwasher. Use a damp cloth to clean the exterior of the power base.
• Proper Storage: After cleaning and drying the whisks, jug, lid, and other components, store them in a safe place. Avoid exposing the milk frother to excessive moisture or extreme temperatures.
• Electrical Safety: Always unplug the milk frother when it is not in use or when you are finished with the frothing or heating process. This helps prevent any accidental operation or electrical hazards.
• Handling Hot Surfaces: Take caution when handling the milk frother, especially the jug and lid, as they can become hot during operation. Use oven mitts or allow them to cool down before touching.
• Store with Care: After the milk frother has been cleaned and dried, store it in a safe and dry place, away from the reach of children and pets. Avoid storing it near heat sources or in humid environments.
• Regular Maintenance: Regularly inspect the power cable and ensure that it is not damaged. If you notice any issues with the cable or any other part of the milk frother, refrain from use and check the instruction manual or consult a local repair technician.
• Optimal Ingredient Preparation: For smoother and more consistent results, ensure that solid ingredients are cut into small, uniform pieces before placing them in the chopper. Hard vegetables like carrots may need to be split or quartered for efficient operation.
• Avoid Overfilling: To prevent product malfunction and ensure proper chopping, do not exceed the recommended capacity of the Bowl. Overfilling can lead to uneven results and strain the motor.
• Secure Assembly: Always assemble the chopper completely before plugging it into an outlet. Ensure that the Cover is securely locked into place, aligning the arrows on the Cover and the Top of the Base. The product will not operate unless properly assembled.
• Suitable Ingredients: It is important to note that the mini food chopper is not designed to chop ingredients like meat, cheese, coffee beans, or chocolate. Avoid using these ingredients to prevent damage to the product and ensure its longevity.
• Pulse Function: When operating the chopper, utilize the pulse function by turning the lid clockwise to the 'ON' position and releasing it periodically. This allows for controlled chopping and prevents over-processing.
• Cleaning After Each Use: Clean the Cover, Bowl, and Blade Assembly in hot, soapy water after each use. Ensure thorough cleaning, especially around the sharp blades. Dry all parts completely before reassembly or storage.
• Exterior Care: Wipe the exterior of the Base with a soft, damp cloth to remove any spills or residue. Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads, as they may damage the product.
• Proper Storage: Store the mini food chopper in a cool, dry place to prevent moisture build-up. Keep it away from the reach of children and pets to ensure their safety.
• Avoiding Water Damage: Never immerse the Base or any other non-dishwasher-safe parts in water or any other liquids. This helps maintain the longevity and functionality of the appliance.
• Regular Maintenance: Inspect the appliance regularly for any signs of wear or damage. If you notice any issues, check the instruction manual or consult a local repair technician.
• Cleaning After Use: After each use, ensure the appliance is switched off (O) and unplugged. Allow it to cool before cleaning. Rinse the pitcher and boiler with warm water immediately after use. Use a dry or damp cloth to wipe the outside of the appliance thoroughly.
• Avoid Submerging or Using Dishwashers: Never immerse the power base unit or the body of the espresso maker in water. These parts should not be washed in a dishwasher. Only clean removable parts with warm water and mild dish soap (only when necessary).
• Descaling: Regular descaling helps remove mineral deposits and maintain the performance of your espresso maker. Fill the pot with water, add a small amount of white vinegar, and boil. Let the solution sit for an hour or overnight for tougher stains. Rinse thoroughly and repeat with fresh water before cleaning and drying.
• Caution with Hot Parts: Always handle the boiler with care, allowing it to cool before cleaning or reassembling the espresso maker. Ensure all parts are completely dry before reassembly and storing.
• Proper Storage: Store the Moka Espresso Maker in a cool, dry place, away from the reach of children. Keep it unplugged and follow the manufacturer's recommendations for long-term storage.
• Always unplug the rice cooker and allow it to cool before cleaning or storing.
• To clean the non-stick inner pot and lid, wash them in warm soapy water. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scouring pads that may damage the non-stick coating.
• Wipe the outside of the rice cooker with a clean damp cloth. Do not submerge any part of the cooker in water.
• To clean the heating plate inside the cooker, wipe it with a damp cloth, ensuring it is completely dry before reuse.
• Dry all parts thoroughly before storing or using them again.
• Do not pour cold water into the non-stick inner pot immediately after use, as it may damage the product.
• Avoid using abrasive cleaners or pads to clean any part of the rice cooker.
• Regularly inspect the power cord for any signs of damage.
• Store the rice cooker in a cool, dry place when not in use.
• Handle the rice cooker with cooking gloves or mittens, especially when dealing with hot parts.
• Do not touch the ventilating hole, as the steam released is very hot and can cause burns.
• Avoid contact with hot parts of the rice cooker to prevent burns or injuries.
• Never operate the rice cooker when it is empty, and do not overfill it with ingredients.
• When storing the rice cooker, allow it to cool completely before putting it away.
• Store the rice cooker in a cool, dry place, away from moisture and extreme temperatures.
• Clean after each use: Always clean your Panini Press & Grill after each use to maintain its performance and prevent any buildup. wipe the grill plates with a paper towel to remove drippings. For a more thorough cleaning, use a damp sponge with a small amount of non-abrasive soap to gently scrub the grilling surface. Dry the plates before storage.
• Drip Tray: If your Sandwich/Panini Press is equipped with one, empty and clean the drip tray under running water with mild dish soap. Ensure it is completely dry before storing.
• Use non-metal utensils: To prevent damage to the non-stick coating on the grill plates, use non-metal tongs or wooden utensils when handling and removing food. Avoid cutting food directly on the grill plates.
• Avoid excessive pressure: While grilling, avoid applying excessive pressure on the lid. The Panini Press & Grill is designed to provide even cooking without the need for pressing down forcefully.
• Store properly: Store your Panini Press & Grill in a clean and dry place when not in use. Ensure it is unplugged and has completely cooled down before storing. Avoid storing it in areas with high humidity or direct sunlight.
• Safety Precautions: Avoid contact with hot surfaces during the cooking process. Always use oven mitts or protective gloves when opening the lid to prevent burns. Be cautious with the lid when opening
• Preparing the Food: Place the food you want to cook on the bottom grilling plate. For optimal results, ensure the food is evenly sliced and positioned on the plate. Do not overfill the grill.
• Cooking Time: Refer to the suggested cooking time guide for different types of meat and ingredients. These times are approximate and may vary based on the thickness and desired doneness. Adjust the cooking time as needed to achieve your preferred results. The Instruction Manual for your Sandwich/Panini Press Model could be found here.
• Monitoring the Food: Keep an eye on the food while it's cooking. Avoid moving the grill during operation or immediately after use to prevent scalding accidents. Steam and hot surfaces can cause burns, so exercise caution when handling the appliance.
• Completing the Cooking Process: When the food is cooked to your liking, use oven mitts or protective gloves to open the lid. Be careful as steam may escape. Remove the food using non-metal tongs or wooden utensils to protect the non-stick coating. Avoid cutting food directly on the grill plates to maintain their integrity.
WARNING: Always unplug the appliance and allow it to cool before cleaning or storing.
NOTICE: Never immerse the motor base, plug or cord in water or any other liquid. To avoid damaging the product, DO NOT pour cold water into the Ceramic Pot after use as this may crack the pot.
1. Fill the inner pot with water and soap. Set to low heat for an hour. This will help loosen any food that has been cooked onto it.
2. If there are any stains left, scrub them with a water and baking soda solution.
3. If any stains persist, add vinegar and baking soda (slowly). Then set to low heat for an hour.
4. For the most stubborn of stains allow the vinegar and baking soda solution simmer for a few more hours, scrubbing every hour or so with a synthetic kitchen brush.
• Proper Cleaning: Before first use, wash the ceramic pot and glass lid with warm soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry before inserting the pot into the base. Clean the pot and lid after each use using non-abrasive dish soap and warm water. Make sure to dry all parts completely before storing.
• Avoid Sudden Temperature Changes: Never pour cold water into the hot ceramic pot, as this can cause it to crack. Allow the pot to cool before cleaning or handling.
• Safe Handling: Avoid contact with hot surfaces when operating the slow cooker. Always use oven mitts or heat-resistant gloves when handling the ceramic pot or glass lid.
• Proper Ingredient Placement: Add ingredients to the slow cooker according to your recipe, leaving at least a 2-inch space from the top of the ceramic pot to allow for proper heat circulation.
• Follow Recommended Cooking Times: Avoid overcooking by following the recommended cooking times provided in your recipe or slow cooker manual. Overcooking can lead to dry or burnt food.
• Limit Continuous Use: DO NOT operate the slow cooker for more than SIX HOURS continuously. Allow the appliance to cool down before using it again.
• Reduce Excess Moisture: After cooking is complete, remove the lid and set the control knob to "High" for about 30-45 minutes to reduce excess moisture.
• Proper Storage: After cleaning and drying all parts, store your slow cooker in a cool, dry place away from the reach of children. Avoid stacking heavy items on top of the ceramic pot to prevent damage.
• Regular Cleaning: Clean the ceramic pot and glass lid after each use. Use non-abrasive dish soap and a sponge to remove any food residue. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and dry completely before storing.
• Wiping the Base: Wipe the base of the slow cooker with a damp cloth to remove any spills or stains. Ensure that the base is unplugged and cooled before cleaning.
• Avoid Immersion: Never immerse the motor base, plug, or cord in water or any other liquid. This can damage the electrical components and pose a safety hazard.
• Handle with Care: When removing the ceramic pot and glass lid, handle them with care to avoid accidental drops or breakage. Use oven mitts or heat-resistant gloves for added protection.
• Store Properly: Store your slow cooker in a cool, dry place to prevent moisture buildup and potential damage. Ensure that all parts are dry before storing to avoid mold or mildew growth.
• Follow Safety Instructions: Adhere to the safety instructions provided in your slow cooker manual. This includes avoiding overfilling the appliance, unplugging it when not in use, and not operating it for extended periods.
• Ensure the mixer has proper ventilation and enough space around it for adequate air circulation.
• Keep hands, hair, and utensils away from the beaters/hooks while in use to prevent injury or damage.
• Use a scraper only when the mixer is not running to avoid accidents or damage to the appliance.
• Follow the recommended speed settings for different types of ingredients and tasks to achieve optimal results.
• If mixing dough, add water first and then add flour. Once the bowl is locked in place, it can freely spin for further mixing.
• Allow the machine to rest for 2 minutes after operating for 5 minutes to prevent overheating.
• Clean the parts immediately after use to make the cleaning process easier.
• Wash the beaters and Stainless-Steel Bowl with warm soapy water and a non-abrasive soap. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or pads. Rinse and dry all parts thoroughly.
• Wipe the motor base with a damp cloth. Do not immerse the base in water or any other liquid.
• Reassemble the parts and store the mixer in a cool, dry place, away from the reach of children.
• Preparing for First Use: Before using your toaster oven for the first time, wash the grill rack and food tray with warm soapy water. Rinse and dry them thoroughly. Run the appliance for about 10 minutes without any food to eliminate any initial odors or smoking. This is normal and will dissipate quickly.
• Toaster Oven Features and Accessories: Familiarize yourself with the various components of your toaster oven. It typically includes a thermostat knob for setting the toasting temperature, a timer knob for selecting the desired cooking time, a power indicator, a grill rack for toasting and baking, and a food tray for broiling and roasting.
• Using Your Toaster Oven: Place your food directly onto the grill rack or food tray, depending on the cooking method and the amount of drippings. Close the oven door securely without placing any weight on it. Remember that the glass door can become hot during operation, so avoid touching it. Do not overfill the toaster oven or operate it when empty.
• Setting Temperature and Timer: Select the desired temperature and use the timer to set the cooking time. Always stay near the toaster oven while it is in operation and do not leave it unattended. The surfaces and parts of the toaster oven will get hot during use.
• Checking Food Doneness: When the set time on the timer is reached, the oven will sound a bell. Check your food for doneness, especially when cooking raw meats. Use a meat thermometer to ensure it reaches the recommended internal temperature.
• Extending Cooking Time: If your food requires more time or hasn't reached the desired consistency, simply set additional time on the timer.
• Safety Precautions: Once your food is cooked, disconnect the toaster oven from the power outlet. Always unplug the appliance when not in use or if you'll be leaving it unattended.
• Cooling and Unplugging: Before cleaning the toaster oven, make sure it is unplugged and allowed to cool completely.
• Quick-Clean Coating: Most toaster ovens feature a quick-clean coating on the walls and glass door. You can wipe away any residue with a damp cloth and mild detergent. Avoid using steel wool scouring pads or abrasive cleaners, as they can damage the coating. Do not scrape the walls with metal utensils.
• Grill Rack and Food Tray: Wash the grill rack and food tray with warm soapy water and a soft scrubber. Rinse them thoroughly and dry before storing.
• Removable Crumb Tray: If your toaster oven has a removable crumb tray, check and empty it periodically to ensure optimal performance and longevity.
• Proper Storage: Store your toaster oven in a safe, dry, and cool place when not in use.
• Clean out Crumbs Regularly - To ensure safe and efficient operation of your toaster, it's important to clean out the accumulated crumbs frequently. Crumbs that accumulate at the bottom of the toaster can pose a fire hazard or lead to malfunctions. Slide out the crumb tray and discard the crumbs. Wipe the tray clean and make sure to replace it before using the toaster again.
• Avoid Drippy or Coated Foods - To prevent unsanitary conditions and reduce the risk of fire or malfunction, avoid using foods that have drippy coatings or fillings when heating them in the toaster. These substances can drip onto the heating elements, causing damage or creating a potential fire hazard. Stick to plain bread or toastable items without excess coatings or fillings.
• Proper Cleaning of the Exterior - To keep the exterior of your toaster looking clean and shiny, wipe it with a clean, damp cloth. Ensure the toaster is unplugged and cooled down before cleaning. If you use a cleaning solution, apply it to a cloth first rather than directly spraying it onto the toaster. Avoid using abrasive cleaners that can scratch the surface or damage the finish.
• Before your first use, wipe down all surfaces of the waffle bowl/cone maker with a damp cloth and then dry it. This ensures that any dust or residue from the manufacturing process is removed.
• To maintain the non-stick cooking plates, lightly coat them with a small amount of vegetable oil before each use. This helps to prolong the life of the non-stick surface and ensures easy release of the waffle bowls or cones.
• When cleaning the waffle bowl/cone maker, make sure to unplug it and allow it to cool completely. Use a damp non-abrasive cloth to clean the upper and lower non-stick plates. Avoid immersing the appliance, plug, or cord in water or any other liquid. Wipe the exterior of the waffle bowl/cone maker with a damp cloth as well. Dry all parts thoroughly before storing or using again. Remember to wrap the cord in the cord storage below the appliance and store it in a cool, dry place away from the reach of children.
• After each use, it's important to remove any leftover batter or crumbs from the waffle bowl/cone maker. Use a plastic or wooden spoon to gently scrape off any residue. Avoid using metal utensils as they may scratch and damage the non-stick cooking surface.
• If you're cooking multiple batches of waffle bowls or cones in a session, after the first batch is done, lower the lid to maintain the heat level until you're ready to cook the next batch. This ensures consistent cooking results.
• If you notice any buildup or stubborn residue on the non-stick plates, you can try using a soft brush or sponge with mild dish soap to gently scrub the surface. Rinse with clean water and dry thoroughly before using the waffle bowl/cone maker again.
• DO use a non-stick cooking spray or lightly coat the cooking plates with vegetable oil before each use. This helps ensure easy release of the waffles and prevents sticking.
• DO allow the waffle maker to preheat (at least 3 minutes) fully before pouring the batter. This ensures even cooking and helps achieve golden brown waffles.
• DO follow the recommended cooking time provided in your waffle maker's manual (5-9 depending on ingredients and consistency of your batter). Overcooking can lead to dry and overly crispy waffles, while undercooking may result in soft and underdone waffles.
• DON'T overfill the wells with batter. Pour just enough batter to cover the bottom of each well. Overfilling can cause the batter to spill out and make a mess.
• DON'T use metal utensils to remove the waffles from the cooking plates. Opt for plastic or wooden utensils to prevent scratching and damaging the non-stick surface.
• DON'T immerse the waffle maker, plug, or cord in water or any other liquid. Always unplug the appliance and allow it to cool completely before cleaning.
• After each use, wipe down the non-stick cooking plates of your waffle maker with a damp non-abrasive cloth to remove any leftover batter or crumbs. For stubborn residue, you can try using a soft brush or sponge with mild dish soap to gently scrub the surface.
• To tackle hard-to-reach areas and ensure a thorough clean, you can use a toothbrush or a small cleaning brush to gently scrub the nooks and crevices of the cooking plates. This helps to remove any trapped debris.
• If you encounter tough, stuck-on batter or residue, try this cleaning hack: Sprinkle a small amount of baking soda on a damp cloth and gently rub it on the affected areas. The mild abrasive properties of baking soda can help loosen the stubborn residue. Afterward, wipe the surface clean with a damp cloth.