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Heat Water Bag

Sunday, 2 March 2008

Heat water bag

Recently, I bought a hot water bottle. At least I thought I’d bought a hot water bottle. It was wrapped in a cellophane-type material and when I got it home I saw that the wrapping had printed instructions on it. I’m one of those sad people who always reads the instructions. Even for a hot water bottle. Or not, as the case may be. I discovered that what I had bought was not a hot water bottle at all. It was, so the instructions claimed, a ‘Heat Water Bag’. The instructions read as follows —

RUBBER HEAT WATER BAG

DIRECTION

  1. Heat water bag is used in medical treatment health and common live to get warm.
  2. The water temperature that the heat water bag used should be around 90 [degrees] C. The water should be not over 2/3 than the capacity of the heat water bag.
  3. After filling water, must let the air in the heat water bag out and let the screw tight. Check if there is leak water phenomenon.
  4. When baby use the heat water bag, should let the heat water bag a little far from baby.
  5. When the heat water bag is used or storage must avert it to be weight on or stabbed, not touch sour, alkali, oil and sunlight shoot.
  6. Storage heat water bag should fill a little air inside. Put it in shady environment.
  7. The dirt on the heat water bag can be washed by soap water than use water wash it clean
  8. The heat water bag should not be put in the display window so long time, especially the display window in the sunlight shoot.

After reading that a couple of times I sort of understand all of it other than the bits about ‘sunlight shoot’ which have me completely baffled.

Posted 2 March 2008, 02:22 GMT