Use and Care

How to Use

-When using for the first time, wipe the surface of the plates with a soft, damp, lint-free cloth.

-Make sure the griddle plates are secured in the waffle maker.

-Use a non-stick cooking spray or brush with butter or oil for easiest removal of waffle.

-Fit the plug into the wall socket. When the indicator light turns from red to green, the waffle iron has reached optimum temperature.

-Prepare batter, and pour into the waffle maker.
-CAUTION: The heating plate will be very hot. Take care when filling the griddle plate.
-Close Waffle Maker.

-When waffle has become golden-brown (5-7 minutes depending on waffle recipe and consistency of batter) it is ready to eat.

-Close the lid to preserve the heat if you plan to bake another batch of waffles.

-Repeat and Enjoy!

-Allow the Waffle Maker to cool before handling.

-To remove the waffle plate, slide the clips forward and the plate will pop up for easy removal.

Care and Cleaning

-Be sure to unplug the waffle maker and allow it to cool before proceeding.

-The griddle plates of the waffle maker are removable for easy cleaning.

- DO NOT submerge in or expose the waffle maker to water. Instead, remove the plates, and clean by hand. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners. Do nor place griddle plates in dishwasher.

-Once sufficiently cooled, use a damp soft cloth to wipe down the plates. Never immerse the exterior of the unit in water or any other liquids.

-After the griddle plates have been removed and clean, place the plates back in your waffle maker.

-Store upright in a cool, dry place.

-Avoid placing heavy items on top of the waffle maker.