*Hot water bottles can cause burns. Avoid prolonged direct contact with a skin area.
*Take care when squeezing air out of the hot water bottle before sealing it -the hot water can splashback and burn you
*Never fill a hot water bottle near children where a spill could cause a burn injury.
*Never leave a hot water bottle in a cot with your child.
*Do not use a hot water bottle without a wrap or cover.
*Never place weight or pressure on a hot water bottle: it may burst.
The hot water bottles provide heat therapy and used for body aches, cramps, foot warmer, camping, emergency preparedness, sleeping bag warmer. Also useful for joint pains, muscle pull, muscular cramps, menstrual pains, stomach and backaches, arthritic and rheumatic pains, bed warmer, sports aches and elders, soothing children and elders.
If you feel the hot water bottle does not get hot enough, you can fill the bottle with boiling water, But for your safety, we suggest only fill your bottle to a maximum of two-thirds capacity and away from your body when filling it.►When filling the bottle for the first time, if the inner sides of the bottle had adhered to each other. please put in as much warm water, put on the stopper, then jiggled the bottle. After repeating this procedure a few times, the inner sides separate