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Here are the most important points to remember:

  1. Do not allow your wrap’s fabric to come in contact with any oil, grease, or food left behind in your microwave from prior cooking.
  2. Always place your wrap on a clean, dry plate to microwave. Make sure that the wrap does not brush against the walls or ceiling of your microwave, while spinning in your microwave. The carousel must be spinning throughout the heating cycle.
  3. Do not overheat your wrap. If you do not know the power rating of your microwave, start with the shortest recommended heating time. If the wrap is not warm enough for you, add 30 seconds to the next heating cycle. With some experimentation, you will get to the temperature you desire. Please allow the wrap to cool off to room temperature between heating cycles.
  4. Do not submerge your wrap in water. If the fabric gets soiled, spot clean it and allow it to dry completely prior to use.
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