Keep Waffle Maker closed while preheating.
Allow Waffle Batter to rest for a few minutes before pouring onto hot Waffle Plates.
Waffles are best when made fresh, but can also be frozen for later use (wrap separately) and reheated in toaster or oven.
For evenly sized waffles, pour batter into the center of the waffle plate and spread out to the edges of the plate.
Be careful not to overfill the waffle plates.
Do not use non-stick spray on the Thermolon Volt coating.
Always clean your waffle plates after each use (see below).
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