Simple and Easy-to-Use Wonder Wash Washing Instructions:

1. Sort the washing into loads according to material type and/or colors.  Note:
There are 5 basic load types: 
	A. White cottons and linens 
	B. Colorfast cottons and linens 
	C. White synthetics and cotton blends
	D. Nylons and colored synthetics 
	E. Delicates

2. Place the machine on the edge of the sink.

3. Add the required water (at the correct temperature) and soap according to the
washing chart below.

4. Add the washing.

5. Fit the pressure lid and tighten completely.

6. Attach the handle and turn the machine at abut one turn per second for the
recommended time.

7. After washing, unscrew the pressure lid by turning the pressure knob slowly
to release the pressure.

8. Remove pressure lid by turning anti-clockwise to release.

9. To drain, tilt machine to allow water to run into sink OR, if fitted with
water release valve, insert Pipe into Valve and turn a quarter turn clockwise,
until it clicks into position.

Rinsing: 1. By Hand Fill sink or basin with clean water and empty wash into sink
and agitate by hand.

2. By Machine After draining away the dirty water, leave the washing in the
machine and fill with clean cold water.  Replace the pressure lid and tighten
and turn the machine for about 30 seconds. Drain and wring dry. Repeat if
necessary.


WASHING CHART

LOAD	WATER	SOAP		TIME 
.5 kg	1.5 L	1 Tbsp/15 g	1 min
1 kg	3 L	2 Tbsp/30 g	1.25 min
1.5 kg	4.5 L	3 Tbsp/45 g	1.5 min 
2.2 kg	6 L	4 Tbsp/60 g	2 min

Note: Very absorbent materials will require more water, but DO NOT exceed the
amounts listed above.  If necessary reduce the size of the load.


TEMPERATURE CHART

LOAD TYPE	TEMPERATURE 
A		90 deg C - very hot 
B		60 deg C - hot
C		50 deg C - hand hot 
D		40 deg C - warm 
E		30 deg C - lukewarm


TIPS TOWARDS BETTER RESULTS FROM YOUR WONDERWASH WASHING MACHINE

1. DO NOT use boiling water 
2. DO NOT leave pressure lid on the machine after washing if the machine is 
still hot as a vacuum can form when machine cools down. 
3. DO NOT store machine with pressure knob turned tight. 
4. DO NOT overload.  Do smaller loads as it will be easier and the machine will
was better and quicker. 
5. DO NOT TIGHTEN the pressure lid onto the machine when storing. Put on
loosely!

1. We recommend the use of LOW FOAM DETERGENTS (i.e. automatic washing machine 
powders.) 
2. Low foam detergents will make rinsing easier. 
3. If wash does not come clean the washing combination is wrong. Use the correct 
amount of water, soap, and time. 
4. Wash clothes at highest temperature garment will allow, but DO NOT exceed 
recommended temperatures. 
5. The use of washing additives, e.g. a little bleach and/or fabric softener is 
acceptable. 
6. Assist the cleaning of very dirty cuffs and collars by using recommended 
additives designed for cuffs and collars; or Wet the cuff or collar first and 
rub soap powder into fabric. 
7. DO NOT scrub cuffs and collars, as this only damages the fabric.


NOTE:  These instructions have been typed from the instructions that came
packaged with a Wonder Wash unit.  They are not the complete instructions, as
they do not include the guarantee info, 5-min dying info, pressure lid fitting
instructions, assembly instructions, or full water release valve instructions.
There also might be typos, sorry.