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ALACITE DISH USE & CARE INFORMATION

HEATING INSTRUCTIONS:

Alacite dishware should be heated within a specified convection (warm air circulation) dish dispenser to a temperature no higher than 180° F.

Dishes heated above this will cause premature damage wherby the dishes crack or turn brown

DO NOT use a conventional or microwave oven to heat these dishes because of possible excessive temperatures or the difficulty in regulating temperatures.


DISHWASHING INFORMATION:

Aladdin Alacite dishes are highly durable products, which will provide long lasting service when cared for properly.

These products require dishwashing procedures, which differ slightly from those of ceramic products.

Cleaning steps should be performed regularly and correctly as opposed to one singular concentrated effort after the dishware is badly soiled. This will insure maximum life with a minimum expenditure of time and effort.

NOTE: UNDER NO CONDITION USE A HEAVILY CHLORINATED DETERGENT.

By cleaning as soon as possible after use, destaining procedures may be avoided.

 Do not overload dishwasher racks.

 Have a qualified dishwasher or chemical service representative establish and maintain proper concentration of chemicals.

Establish a regular maintenance schedule for your dishwashing system to assure proper water temperature, pressure and mineral content.

 

STAIN REMOVAL:

Staining can occur when food substances such as tea,  beet juice, blueberries or other acid containing products are allowed to dry on the dishware.

Under no condition use chlorine or chlorine base products to pre-soak melamine dinnerware, as surface damage may result.

Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or scouring pads to remove stains.

Obtain an oxygen cleanser with sodium percarbonate base. You may obtain from your dish detergent manufacturer. Follow manufacturers' directions

These cleansers are used in a separate pre­soak process independent of daily dishwashing.

Pre-soaking should be performed monthly or as often as necessary.


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HIGH HEAT DISH USE & CARE INFORMATION

J996H, J997H, J998H HIGH HEAT DISH CARE AND HANDLING


DISHWASHING INFORMATION:
Aladdin high heat plastic dishes are highly durable products, which will provide long lasting service when cared for properly.

Aladdin high heat dishware may be washed in Commercial / Institutional dish machines using Commercial / Institutional Detergents and Rinse Additive according to Manufactures’ recommended “Operational” procedures.

NOTE: UNDER NO CONDITION USE A HEAVILY CHLORINATED DETERGENT OR BLEACH.
STAIN REMOVAL

Staining can occur when food substances such as beef juice, blueberries, tomato based sauces or other acid containing products are allowed to dry on the dishware.

Under no condition use chlorine or chlorine base products to pre-soak high heat dinnerware, as surface damage will result.

Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or scouring pads to remove stains as surface damage will result.

For de-staining your dishware, please contact your Dish Detergent Manufacture for their recommended “de-staining” products for high heat plastic dishware.

By cleaning as soon as possible after use, de-staining procedures may be avoided.

Do not overload dishwasher racks or flight type belts.

Have a qualified dishwasher or detergent manufacturing representative establish and maintain proper concentration of detergent and rinse aid.

Establish a regular maintenance schedule for your dishwashing system to assure water temperature, pressure, chemical concentrations and mineral content are at the proper levels.


HEATING INSTRUCTIONS:

Aladdin high heat plastic dishware should be heated within a specified convection (warm air circulation) system to a temperature no higher than 300° F. Dishes heated above this will cause premature damage whereby the dishes crack or turn brown.


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POLYCARBONATE DISH USE & CARE INFORMATION

Polycarbonate dishes are highly durable products, which provide long lasting service when cared for Properly. These products require dishwashing procedures, which differ slightly from those of ceramic products. Cleaning steps should be performed regularly and correctly as opposed to one singular concentrated effort after the dinnerware is badly soiled. This will insure maximum life with a minimum expenditure of time and effort.

Under no Condition use a Heavily Chlorinated Detergent

Do not use Bleach

Do not use the pre-soak "Dip It"

 Cleaning Products Recommended 

by the Manufacturer for Polycarbonate Dishware

Detergents                       Rinse Agents            Sanitzers           Manufacturer

Solid Supra                      Crystal Fusion           Ecosan               Ecolab
Solid Fusion                    Solid Brilliance           Micro Kleen        
Solid Power                     Solid Rinse Dry          Stireac Blue       
Ultra Kleen Plus               Poly Dry                                                   
                                       Ultra Dry

STAIN REMOVAL:

Staining can occur when food substances such as tea acids, beef juice, blueberries and other acid containing products are allowed to dry on the dinnerware before washing.

Under no condition use chlorine or chlorine base product to pre-soak dinnerware.

Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or scouring pads to remove stains.


HEATING INSTRUCTIONS:

Do not heat Polycarbonate dishware in a Standard oven or Microwave oven.

Polycarbonate dishware should be heated within a specified "Convection" (warm air Circulation) Dish Heater / Dispenser to a temperature no higher than 180 Degrees F.

Dishes heated above 180 Degrees F will cause damage. Dishes may crack or turn brown.


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