User's Guide

• Hot water will increase pressure inside the sealed thermos  bottle, and this may cause the cap difficult to open. If such  happens, carefully turn on the cover to release the pressure so  to avoid injuries or burns.

• Make sure the cap is closed well after use, after use please close  the upper and lower cap and check whether it is sealed well in  order to avoid leakage or burns.

• If the cap seal wear or leaks, stop using it immediately.

• Long-term storage of drinks inside the thermos bottle is not  encouraged and please consume the drinks as soon as  possible.

• Do not fill in non-drinkable liquid, fuel or other flammable  liquid, corrosive, chemical substances.

• Avoid exposure of thermos bottle to intense heat or cold.

• Do not put in places where infants or young children could  come in touch with to avoid injury or burns.

• Drink carefully to avoid scalding if hot beverage is inside the  thermos bottle. Due to the insulation effect brought by the  vacuum, surface of the bottle will not get hot.

• Do not pour in excessive amount of beverage.  Leave enough  space inside the bottle. If the water level is too high, it will  cause difficulties while opening; it may also cause overflow if  you close the cap.

• When opening the cap, do not put it near your face, discharged hot air may cause burns.

• When driving, you are not recommended to consume hot  drinks as sudden emergence from the traffic situation may  cause burns.

• Do not add beverages when the lower cap is not removed to  avoid overflow or burns.

• Do not use a microwave oven, steam oven or oven to heat.

• Do not place near radiators, heaters, or other high-temperature     source to avoid bottle deformation, discoloration.

• Do not put the following beverages inside the bottle: ice, carbonated drinks: will increase the pressure inside the bottle and make the cap not able to be open; pressure can also cause sudden discharge of beverage and eventually break the bottle.

Drink containing salt: such as agricultural soup ... etc; inside of the bottle is made of stainless steel and salt may cause rusting affecting its insulation abilities

Milk, milk drinks, fruit juice: Due to its perishable nature, long-term storage will produce biogas, so the internal pressure of bottle will increase causing sudden discharge of beverage and eventually break the bottle.

• When you replace the silicone covers, put it on the table, scroll  down the silicone cover to remove it can be removed. (For more  details, please follow instructions)

• When you need to install new set of cover, set the cover flat on a table and hold the bottom of the bottle to load the cover  vertically downward onto the bottle.



• To keep it clean, wash thoroughly after every use. After washing,  dry it thoroughly to avoid rust.

• Before cleaning, place the bottle, cap and silicone cover  separately. Wash using diluted neutral dishwashing liquid. Wipe  dry after washing thoroughly with water.

• Use the complemented soft sponge brush to clean the inside  layer of the bottle, wash with diluted neutral kitchen dish  detergent, rinse thoroughly and wipe dry. Regular cleaning  prevents odor.

• Do not use chlorine bleach, diluents, volatile oil, metal scouring  pads or abrasive scouring pads and detergent to clean it.

• Do not put it into dryer, cutlery dryer or boiled water for  cleansing and disinfection.

• Do not place it in water for prolonged time.