Precautions for the use and maintenance of electric kettles
Class: Business

Electric kettle is a small household appliance that is very popular and very convenient to use in life. It has the incomparable advantages of water dispensers. This has also made many families have replaced water dispensers with electric kettles. The use and maintenance of electric kettles play a vital role in their longevity. For this purpose, the use and maintenance knowledge of electric kettles have been sorted out for you. Let's take a look!

1. Before using the electric kettle, wash the inner wall of the kettle first.

2. Add a proper amount of water. If it exceeds the upper limit water level, it will overflow when boiling; if it is lower than the lower limit water level, the electric kettle will not work normally.

3. When cleaning the kettle, disconnect the power first, unplug the power cord, and wait for the kettle to cool down before cleaning. Do not soak the kettle, base, power cord, plug, etc. in water for cleaning.

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4. The outside of the kettle can be wiped and cleaned with a damp cloth, but do not use volatile oils and organic cleaning fluids.

5. Before pouring the water, you must disconnect the power supply and pull out the power cord. The water must be poured out slowly to prevent scalds from splashing.

6. Before using the kettle again, let the kettle cool down, check whether the power connector is dry, and then pour clean water.

7. In order to reduce the accumulation of limescale, pour out the remaining water in the kettle every time it is used up, and don't leave the water in the kettle overnight.

8. After the electric kettle is used for a period of time, a layer of white scale will form in the kettle, and the amount of scale will be between 300 and 500 grams. The time required to boil a pot of water is about 4 to 7 minutes longer, which greatly increases power consumption. In addition, scale will have a bad effect on the human body. Descaling is a must.