A RIPURI replacement water filter refil/
NSF certified Carbon block filter/ 300 liter filtering/ 10mm Thickness Carbon block/
Reduces common contaminants still remaining in water after sterization such as * Dangerous heavy metals * Industrial pollutants * Bad-tasting chlorine
Use and Care Instruction
1. How to use
A. Before First Use
Remove all packaging materials, labels and stickers. Wash the stainless steel container with warm water and dish soap. (you may use a dish washer only for the stainless steel container.) Hand-wash the bottle cap and nozzle with a flowing water. (Use of a dishwasher is not recommendable) Wash the carbon block thoroughly with a flowing water. (Never use the dishwasher to clean the carbon block!)
Assemble the carbon block to the inlet of the carbon block in the nozzle. Now, you are ready to use our stainless steel filtration bottle.
B. Use for a conventional water bottle use
You don’t need to assemble the carbon bock to the inlet of the carbon block in the nozzle. Just fill the drinkable water in the stainless steel container. Assemble the nozzle to the stainless steel water bottle. Suck the water through the nozzle in a normal strength.
C. Use for a purification water bottle use
Fill the contamination-suspicious water in the stainless steel water bottle. Assemble the carbon block to the inlet of the carbon block in the nozzle. Assemble the nozzle to the stainless steel water bottle. Slowly suck the water through the nozzle in a normal strength. (Please don’t suck the water strongly. Water comes out in a slow manner, which gives the contaminated water the time to purify sufficiently.)
D. After use
Dissemble all the parts of the stainless steel purification water bottle
Wash the stainless steel container with a clean tab water. (Don’t leave water or any residual in the bottle). Wash the nozzle with a clean water. Wash the carbon block with a clean and flowing water. Dry the carbon block in an open area for further use. Keep the carbon block out of reach of children and let them not to play with it. Never use a boiling or hot water to wash the nozzle and carbon block.
2. Care instruction
We recommend hand washing for the nozzle and carbon block only. Dishwasher for these parts will reduce or damage the functionality. .
For thorough cleaning, you can use warm, soapy water and a bottle brush. We also recommend an old-fashioned cleaner: mixing water and baking soda making a nice thick paste.
If your bottle or nozzle seems to be retaining flavors or smells, use diluted vinegar and soak them for some time. NOTE: The carbon block should not be soaked or immersed.
We strongly recommend hand washed for the nozzle and carbon block with cold water because they contain two materials: Polypropylene and (top), and carbon film because of such they must be hand washed to ensure that water doesn't damage the parts.
Never leave a remaining water or contaminated water in the bottle. This can lead to corrosive damages to the stainless steel bottle and the nozzle as well as the carbon block for a long term use. Never place your water bottle and carbon block within a reach of children.