Winter just got a whole lot more bearable... Soft and high quality acrylic cover fabric is used in these exclusive Star+ Rose 2L Hot Water Bottles. The hot water bottle itself is strong and durable natural rubber graded material.
May assist with temporary relief of muscle pain, menstrual cramps, aches, cramps, headaches, migraines, stress, tension, anxiety, cold feet or hands. Please seek medical advice before using for your desired purpose.
- Remember to read instructions carefully on the water bottle itself.
- Don’t overfill or use boiling water in your hot water bottle – use hot tap water.
- Filling a bottle with hot water can cause splash back and burn.
- To fill your bottle hold the bottle by the neck in an upright position and fill slowly to avoid water splashing back.
- Only ever fill your bottle to a MAXIMUM of two-thirds capacity.
- ALWAYS expel air from the bottle by lowering it carefully onto a flat surface until the water appears at the opening.
- Screw the stopper sufficiently tight to ensure there is no leakage. Finger tight should be adequate.
Use & Maintenance
- Examine the hot water bottle before using and throw it away if it leaks, looks cracked, damaged, brittle, worn or faded.
- Always use a hot water bottle cover or wrap the bottle in a towel, fabric and or its designated cover in which you bought with it to prevent the bottle being in direct contact with the skin.
- Remove hot water bottle from bed before going to bed to avoid rolling onto it and bursting it.
- Do not lie, rest or put pressure or weight on a hot water bottle.
- Store the hot water bottle by hanging it upside down with the stopper removed in a dark, dry place and make sure it is completely dry inside and out before putting away.
- Note the year and month it is due to be replaced, located on the bottle.
Basic Care Instructions
Follow instructions for cover care, tag located internally on cover.
Cover: Warm hand wash, do not tumble dry, do not dry clean and do not iron.
Water Bottle: Wipe with damp cloth.
Warning & Safety Guide
We recommend that you familiarise yourself with the TGA's Correct Use of Heat Packs and the Product Safety Guide before use.
Do Not Use Heat To Treat Inflammation-
Heat can make inflammation significantly worse. Cold can also aggravate symptoms of tightness and stiffness. If you have an injury and are considering using heat, check with your healthcare provider first to ensure that using hot or cold packs is a safe for your condition.
Who Should Avoid Using Hot Packs?
There are certain conditions where using moist heat and hot packs should be avoided. Please seek medical advice if you are unsure. These may include but are not limited to:
- Areas of impaired/altered sensitivity
- Children or those requiring care
- Open wounds
- Acute injuries
- Over joints with acute hemarthrosis
- Multiple sclerosis (if sensitive to heat)
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