How to Use A Cotton Candy Maker

Update:2017-03-29

To prevent electric shock, do not immerse the power cord in water or other liquids. When children use or use appliances near children, they need to be closely monitored. Before using and cleaning, unplug the power cord from the outlet. Wait for the appliance to cool before opening or removing the bowl and the extraction head assembly, then clean the appliance.

Do not operate a device with a power cord or plug or damaged device, or damaged in any way. Return the equipment to a nearby authorized service organization for inspection, repair or adjustment.

Use of accessories that are not recommended by this device may result in fire, electric shock, or injury. Do not allow the wires to touch the hot surface or hang on the edge of the counter or table. Do not place on a hot burner or near a heat source. Do not use this product for use other than intended use.

Connect the plug to the device first, and then plug the power cord into the wall outlet. Turn the temperature control to "OFF" and then unplug the plug from the wall outlet. Only use a properly grounded receptacle to insert. Do not add excess sugar when using a cotton candy machine. Excessive sugar may cause noise or vibration of the cotton candy maker.

Unplug and wait for the cotton candy machine to cool completely. Turn the plastic bowl counterclockwise to separate it from the base. Wash the bowl with soap and water and rinse thoroughly. Wipe dry with a dry, soft cloth. Clean the extractor: Use a soft towel to wipe the surface of the head and wet the cloth. Clean the extraction head with dipped in cotton swab with warm water. Repeat steps several times or until the sugar residue is removed. In order to get the best cleaning effect: After the completion of cotton candy production, do not turn the switch to "OFF". Let the machine continue to run for another 5 minutes to remove excess sugar in the extractor's head.

Get to know more at http://www.kitchen-home-appliance.com/