Firstly, please read the warning label carefully and retain packaging for future reference.
Finding new ways to keep you warm is more important than ever this year so we’re here to help you get a handle on the correct hot water bottle etiquette.
Hot water bottles can be very dangerous and cause injury if used and stored incorrectly so continue reading for our step-by-step guides on filling and using yours correctly as well as vital things to avoid.
Before you start: Ensure you have plenty of space and time to fill your hot water bottle and keep young children far away from where you are stationed.
Always check your bottle and the stopper for damage prior to use
When filling your hot water bottle, it is crucial that you do not use boiling water no matter how cold you are. Boil the water and let it cool for a few minutes before filling the hot water bottle.
Do not fill the bottle directly from the domestic hot water systems as this can considerably shorten the life of the hot water bottle.
Hold the bottle by the neck in an upright position and fill slowly to avoid hot water splashing back and onto yourself
Ensure you only fill to a maximum of two thirds capacity or less. Do not overfill.
Expel air from the bottle by lowering it carefully onto a flat surface until the water appears at the opening.
Screw the stopper sufficiently tight to ensure that there is no leakage.
When the bottle is filled the cover should easily close using the hook and eye tape. If it can’t close some water should be removed as it is too full. The cover should fit snugly.
Always use the cover provided with the bottle to prevent injuries.
Stand over the sink and carefully remove the stopper.
Drain the water into the sink slowly to avoid any splashes.
When not in use drain completely before storing.
Store in a cool, dry and dark place and avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
Prevent contact with hot surfaces.
Prevent contact with oil and grease
Do not place anything on the bottle during storage.
Hot water bottles are not suitable for children under 36 months or people overly sensitive to heat.
Adult supervision is required when using the product.
Do not put directly onto the skin or use for prolonged periods of time. Hot water bottles come with covers and should always be used with the cover provided. From stars to super soft fluffy styles keeping yourself protected has never been sweeter.
Under no circumstances should the hot water bottle be used as a cushion and be sat on.
It is recommended that you replace your hot water bottle every two years and checking your bottle’s birthday has never been easier. Simply check the daisy mark displayed at the neck of the rubber part of your hot water bottle! The bud of the daisy tells you the year it was produced, the petals represent the twelve months of the year and the dots in each petal represent the four weeks of the month.
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