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How do I take care of my Wireless Grill Smart Thermometer?

How do I take care of my Wireless Grill Smart Thermometer?

Update Time:2023/12/15
Always insert the probe into food/meat until safety insertion line, but not all the way to the heat resistance black plastic handle.
Make sure not to stick the probe in direct flame, or go over the probe's temperature limits:
The internal sensor has a limit of 212°F / 100°C.
The ambient sensor has a limit of 527°F / 275°C.
Pull the probe straight out of the meat or gently twist it, but don't wiggle it back and forth.
Let the probe cool down on its own before washing it.
Avoid submerging the probe completely in liquid for a long period of time.
Keep the charging unit away from any kind of moisture.
—Basic care
Make sure the probe is clean and shiny after every time you cook:
For most cooks, you can just wash the probe with hot, soapy water and the rough side of a sponge.
If the probe is extra dirty, scrub it with baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) and white vinegar on a scouring pad.
Keep the probe docked in the charging unit with the pointy end facing up whenever you're not using it.

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