Squeeze one full bottle of water through filter before use to remove black carbon dust. Replace filter every 256 refills, 2 months or 40 gallons†. (1 bottle = 20 oz). †Filter replacement is essential for product to perform as represented. Getting started: 1. Remove carbon filter from filter housing. Hand-wash bottle with mild soap and rinse well. Replace filter by pushing firmly into housing. 2. Unscrew cap and fill bottle with cold tap water. Tighten cap firmly. 3. Important: Squeeze one full bottle of water through the filter before use to activate. It's normal for black carbon dust to appear. 4. Fill bottle with water, screw on cap firmly, and enjoy. Replace filter every 2 months or 40 gallons. Cleaning instructions: Remove the filter before cleaning your Brita Bottle® water filtration system. All plastic components (small push-pull cap, the bottle, the large screw-on cap and the finger loop) can be washed in the dishwasher (top rack only) or by hand with a mild dish soap. For Best Results: Hand-wash large screw-on cap and small push-pull cap periodically with a mild dish soap. Rinse well. Storage instructions: Empty water from your Brita Bottle® water filtration system before storing, and loosen large cap from the bottle to prevent odors. After periods of nonuse or as required, wash bottle and caps with warm water and mild dish soap. Rinse well. Do not wash filter. Fresh filter = fresher water. Change your filter every 2 months for great-tasting water! Filter replacement is essential for product to perform as represented. The Brita Bottle® Filter processes up to 40 gallons of tap water. The Brita Bottle® water filtration system is intended to be used with a Brita Bottle® filter inside. Do not use hot water (max. temp. 85 degrees F/29 degrees C min. temp. 34 degrees F/1 degrees C). Do not freeze bottle or filter. This product is designed for water only. Not intended for use with other beverages, such as milk or juice. Reduction: Substance: Influent challenge concentration - filter effluent - percent reduction. Actual; NSF target - average; maximum - average; minimum. NSF reduction requirement: Testing parameters: Alkalinity (ppm CaCO3) - temp (degrees C) - pH. NSF/ANSI standard 42 - aesthetic effects: Chlorine taste & odor - 2.0 ppm - 2±0.2 ppm - 0.10 ppm - 0.23 ppm - 95% - 88% - 50% - N.A. - 21 - 7.6. Particulate (class VI, 50 - <80 µm) - 6300a - =1.000a-<3a - <3a - >99.9% - >99.9%-85%- N.A. - 21 - 7.6. aParticulate measurements in particles/ml. N.A. = not applicable. This system has been tested according to NSF/ANSI 42 for reduction of the substances listed. The concentration of each of the indicated substances in water entering the systems was reduced to a concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit for water leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI 42. Testing was performed under standard laboratory conditions at a flow rate of 0.20 gallons/minute. The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water treatment device are not necessarily in all users' water Filter performance may vary based on local water conditions. Please refer elsewhere in this user's guide for the proper conditioning and use and care requirements. Maintenance according to the manufacturer's instructions is essential for proper filter performance. Replace the Brita Bottle® filter every 40 gallons/151 liters.
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