- It is advisable to wash dirt and debris from produce, such as carrots and potatoes.
- It is not necessary to peel produce.
- Certain fruits and vegetables, such as grapes and tomatoes, fall apart and create a mess.
- It is advisable to pour ozonated water in another bowl filled with produce.
- Certain produce can be cut, such as pears and apples.
- Leafy produce, such as celery and cabbage can be cut into wedges.
- Loosen leaves to allow maximum exposure to the ozonated water.
- Since meat and fish can cause a mess, pour the ozonated water into a separate bowl containing these foods.
- Ozone can also disinfect baby bottles and other bottles after first being washed.
- Forks, knives and spoons can scratch and damage the bowl.
- Wash utensils before pouring ozonated water in a separate bowl containing the utensils.
- Do not use cleaning agents on the bowl. Simply rinse with water and turn the bowl upside down on a towel and allow to dry for one-half hour.
There are many sources of water such as well, city, cistern and rain water. The quality of these sources can adversely affect the warranty, efficiency and life of the washer. For example, well water that contains iron and city water that is hard and is treated with chlorine.
Important: It is advisable to have your water tested for contaminants.
By following these care & use tips and tricks, you can enjoy your fruit and vegetable cleaner worry-free.