a. Vacuum sealers
1. Always unplug the units before cleaning.
2. Do not immerse the unit in water or any other liquid.
3. Do not use abrasive cleaners to clean the unit, as they will scratch the surface of the unit and damage the gaskets. .
4. Use a mild dishwashing soap and a warm, damp cloth or sponge to wipe the outside of the unit.
5. Use a paper towel to wipe away food residue inside or around components
6. Dry thoroughly before use again
7. Please do not lock the lids when not in use.
8. Note: The airproof loop of sponge should be dried thoroughly prior to re-assembling, when re-assembling, be careful to prevent any damage, and assemble as original position to ensure no vacuum leaking.
b. Storing Your Vacuum Preservation:
1. Unplug the unit. Fix the power cord around the cord fixing which on the bottom of the unit.
2. Keep the unit in a flat and safe place, out of the reach of children.
c. Vacuum Bags / Vacuum canister
1) Washing the bagging material in warm water with a mild dishwashing soap, then rinse the bags well.
2) Bags can be washed by hand or on the top rack in you dishwasher by turning the bags inside out, the entire surface should be exposed to the washing water. Stand the bag up so the water can outflow from inside the bag. Use a wooden clothespin or a clip to hold the bags in place.
3) Allow the bags dry thoroughly before reusing
4) Noted: Bags used to store raw meats, fish or eggs can’t be reused, because they may contain invisible bacteria that will remain after washing.
5) Bags used to store greasy or oily foods should also be discarded, as they are difficult to clean, and will effect later sealing.
6) Wash the canister in warm water, using a mild dishwashing soap. Do not immerse lids in water.
7) Canister lids should be wiped down with a damp cloth.
8) Dry thoroughly before reusing