Which automatic vacuum seal containers are you interested in learning about?
A: Vestia containers and lids need the Vestia-Vac motor to be vacuum sealed. First, make sure the lid and container are free of any food, dust or debris, then attach the lid to the container. Be sure to have 2 AA batteries inserted into the Vestia-Vac motor. Next, snap on the Vestia-Vac motor on to the lid and lower the white ON/OFF lever to start vacuum sealing motor. Press the red button on th Vestia-Vac to remove motor without depressurizing the container.
A: To release, depress the gray release button on the Vestia lid.
A: Make sure 2 AA batteries are properly installed in the Vestia-Vac motor. Check that the Vestia lid, container and vacuum are free of food, dust and debris.
A: Vestia Lids and the Vestia-Vac motor cannot be used in the microwave. We do not recommend using Vestia containers in the microwave.
A: Vestia containers can be hand-washed or washed on the top rack in the dishwasher. Vestia lids should be hand washed only. The Vestia-Vac can be rubbed down with a lightly dampened cloth.
A: No, we do not recommend using Vestia containers in the freezer.
A: DO NOT vacuum seal and store onions, garlic, mushrooms or soft cheese in Vestia containers. Cruciferous vegetables (i.e. broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, etc…) can release gases over time, so we recommend only storing these in the Vestia container when the Vestia-Vac motor is attached, so that any gases will be removed.
A: Yes, Vestia can be used in the refrigerator.
A: To stack multiple Vestia containers, remove the Vestia-Vac motor and align the Vestia lid with the grooves at the bottom of the container to be placed on top.
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