Boots Hot Water Bottle Uncovered
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How to use
For your safety and in order to obtain the maximum life from your Hot Water Bottle please read these instructions carefully before use.
When filling this hot water bottle do not use boiling water and allow the kettle to cool for 5 to 10 minutes.
- Fill to a maximum of two-thirds capacity or less.
- Hold the bottle by the neck in an upright position and fill slowly and carefully to avoid hot water splashing back.
- Do not overfill as this might cause the bottle to burst.
- Expel air from the bottle by lowering it carefully onto a flat surface until water appears at the opening.
- Screw the stopper sufficiently tight to ensure that there is no leakage. Finger-tight should be adequate.
- Finally, make sure the funnel is empty.
Hazards and Cautions
Use an adequate cover and avoid prlonged, direct contact with skin to minimise risk of burns.
Under no circumstances should the hot water bottle be used as a cushion and be sat on.
Do not fill using water from the domestic hot water system as this can considerably shorten the life of the hot water bottle.
Prevent contact with hot surfaces, oil or grease.
When not in use, drain completely and keep, with the stopper removed, in a cool, dry, dark place.
Prevent exposure to sunlight. Do not place anything on top of the bottle during storage.
Check both the stopper and bottle for wear and damage prior to use.
WARNING - HOT WATER BOTTLES CAN CAUSE BURNS (EVEN WHEN COVERED). AVOID PROLONGED DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE SKIN.
Hot water bottles are not suitable for use with infants or persons insensitive to heat (remember that sensitivity can be impaired by over-tiredness, certain medicines, alcohol or illness etc).
LATEX FREE. This hot water bottle is made from phthalate-free PVC and is suitable for latex allergy sufferers.
This bottle is manufactured to requirements in excess of British Standard BS 1970:2012
It is recommended that you replace your hot water bottle at least every five years.