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HONGFENG SODA MAKER: BOTTLE TYPES AND OPTIMAL CARE TECHNIQUES

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The soda maker by Hongfeng comes with four distinct types of bottles: the stainless steel soda bottle, BPA-free soda maker bottle, soda maker machine glass bottle, and the soda maker gas cylinder.

1. Stainless Steel Soda Bottle Care Tips:

Cleaning: Although stainless steel bottles are wear-resistant, they still require gentle care. Hand wash with mild detergent and a soft sponge, avoiding hard brushes or abrasives to prevent surface scratches.

Storage: Store in a dry and well-ventilated area to prevent prolonged exposure to moisture, which helps to prevent rusting and extends the bottle's lifespan.

Usage: Despite being corrosion-resistant, to maintain the bottle's best condition, avoid holding acidic beverages overnight to reduce the risk of corroding the inner wall.

2. BPA-free Soda Maker Bottle Care Tips:

Cleaning: Clean with a mild cleaner and warm water. For stubborn stains, soak in a mixture of baking soda and warm water, then rinse thoroughly.

Avoid High Temperatures: BPA-free plastic bottles are not heat-resistant, so do not microwave or immerse in hot water to prevent deformation or damage.

Inspection: Regularly check for cracks or scratches on the bottle body to ensure safety when in use, and replace damaged bottles promptly.

3. Soda Maker Machine Glass Bottle Care Tips:

Gentle Cleaning: Clean the glass bottle with care, using a non-abrasive cleaner and a soft sponge to avoid scratching the glass surface.

Avoid Impact: Glass is more fragile, so avoid dropping and strong impacts both in use and storage.

4. Soda Maker Gas Cylinder Care Tips:

Leak Check: Regularly inspect the gas cylinder and connecting fittings for signs of leaks to ensure good airtightness and avoid potential safety hazards.

Storage: Store the gas cylinder out of reach of children and pets, away from direct sunlight and high temperatures to maintain the cylinder's pressure and safety.

Professional Filling: For safety reasons, it is best to have the gas cylinder filled by professionals with relevant experience and qualifications to ensure standard operation and safety. Avoid the risks associated with DIY filling.