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    Page 1 E & E The only kitchen designed for the Indian woman Page 2 Congratulations! ou are a proud owner of a Godrej Modular Kitchen. This is just the beginning of a wonderful culinary journey . T o obtain the optimum benefits of this modular kitchen, all you have to do is follow a few basic guidelines. T o help you enjoy this experience to the fullest, we have listed some simple yet important do's and don'ts which will assist you while using this kitchen. Every part of our kitchen is made using superior materials and has undergone stringent quality checks. It is ready to serve you gracefully for years and years to come. And all you need to ensure that it is cleaned, used and maintained as recommended and that's where this guide will come handy ou are now ready to enjoy your new cooking experience! Page 3 able of Contents Storage Guidelines .............................................................. 1 - 8 Cleaning and Maintenance .................................................. 9 - 10 Appropriate W orking P osture ............................................ 11 - 14 General Safety .................................................................... 15 - 16 y , y Page 4 KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE 1. Storage KITS ooking Kit ecom mend ed P osit ion Below gas hob / stov e requ entl y requ ired cutl ery Smal l uten sils for co okin Big ut ensi ls us ed for freq uent c ooki ng Cutle ry tra Plai n wire b asket Plai n wire b asket All wi re bas kets h ave a lo ad car ryin g capa city o f 25 kgs Do?s Dont ?s Bask ets For th e stor age of Page 5 2 Thali Kit ecom mend ed P osit ion At eas y reac Cutl ery Cup a nd sa ucer Gla ss a nd t hal i / pl ate Cup an d sauc er bas ket Thali bask et Cutle ry tra Do?s Dont ?s Bask ets For st orag e of KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 6 Grocery Kit ecom mend ed P osit ion At eas y reac Onio ns and pota toes Oil a nd gra in can arti tione d wire b asket Plai n wire b asket Do?s Dont ?s Bask ets For th e stor age of KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 7 Multi-utility Kit ecom mend ed P osit ion Not re quir ed to b e at ea sy rea ch Book s, bi lls, tool s, se rvie ttes , napk ins et c. Plain Drawe rs Do?s Dont ?s Draw ers For th e stor age of KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 8 Bottle Pull- out Kit ecom mend ed P osit ion Near c ooki ng are Spic e and s auce b ottl es Plai n bask et Do?s Dont ?s Bask ets For th e stor age of KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 9 Utensil Kit ecom mend ed P osit ion Near s ink ar ea Big ut ensi ls whi ch are not us ed fre quen tly Plain bask ets Do?s Dont ?s Bask ets For th e stor age of KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 10 D tray Kit ecom mend ed P osit ion Corn er Not fr eque ntly u sed i tems like extr a sna ck pa cket s, sp ice pa cket s etc. Semi c ircul ar bas kets Do?s Dont ?s Bask ets For th e stor age of KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 11 Corner organiser Kit ecom mend ed P osit ion Corn er Not fr eque ntly u sed i tems like extr a sna ck pa cket s, spic e pack ets e tc. Plain wire b asket One pa ir of wi re bas ket ha s a load carr ying c apac ity of 2 5 kgs Do?s Dont ?s Bask ets For th e stor age of KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 12 Shutters The shutters are made of steel or membrane pressed wood with lamination. They can be cleaned with a dry or a wet cloth. Avoid bringing them in direct contact with a spray / jet of water . The free flowing design of wooden shutters allows cleaning without allowing dust to settle in between the curves. 2. Cleaning and Maintenance Floor (Skirting Level) Skirting helps avoid water seepage and prevents dust from entering underneath the cabinet. Occasional cleaning below the cabinet is possible thanks to the easy removal and replacement of the skirting. KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 13 10 Wire Baskets / Accessories Stainless Steel accessories and wire baskets can be cleaned with a dry or a wet cloth and a mild detergent. Direct contact with water spray / jet should be avoided. KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 14 11 3. Appropriate orking P osture e at Godrej, have thoughtfully designed a perfectly ergonomic kitchen for you. By following a few guidelines you can ensure stress free working. osture for a healthy back What is good posture? osture is the position in which you hold your body upright against gravity while standing, sitting or lying down. Good posture involves training your body to stand, walk, sit and lie in positions where the least strain is placed on supporting muscles and ligaments during movement or weight-bearing activities. A proper posture: eeps bones and joints in the correct alignment so that muscles are being used properly . Decreases the stress on the ligaments holding the joints of the spine together . revents the spine from becoming fixed in abnormal positions. revents fatigue because muscles are being used more efficiently , allowing the body to use less energy . revents strain or overuse problems. revents backache and muscular pain. Contributes to a good appearance. KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 15 12 Body mechanics Body mechanics is defined as maintaining proper position during movement. Constant or repeated small stresses over a long period of time can cause faulty body mechanics and can lead to injury Ergonomics is the process of changing your environment to encourage good body mechanics. This can be accomplished by modifying a tool, work station, counter height, task or job. Correct standing position 1. Hold your head up straight with your chin in. Do not tilt your head forward, backward or sideways. 2. Make sure your earlobes are in line with the middle of your shoulders. 3. eep the back bone straight 4. eep your knees straight. 5. Stretch the top of your head towards the ceiling. 6. uck your stomach in. Do not tilt your pelvis forward or backward. 7. The arches in your feet should be supported. 8. Avoid standing in the same position for a long time. 9. When standing, try to elevate one foot by resting it on a stool or a box. After several minutes, switch your foot position. KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 16 13 Correct positions for stooping, squatting and kneeling Correct lif ting position If you must lift objects, do not try to lift objects that are awkward or are heavier than 15 kgs. Before you lift a heavy object, make sure you have firm footing. o pick up an object that is lower than the level of your waist, keep your back straight and bend at your knees and hips. Do not bend forward at the waist with your knees straight. stooping squatting kneeling correct lifting position incorrect lifting position KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 17 14 Height of kitchen platform When working in the kitchen, your spine should be straight to avoid strain on your back and you should also avoid twisting your spine as much as possible. If your platform is low , it is difficult to keep your spine straight and also a high platform leads to strain in your wrist and shoulder while you do the basic operations like chopping and stirring. T o avoid this, it is recommended to make use of the height flexibility option of Godrej Modular Kitchens. KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 18 15 Lighting Cooking areas should be suitably lit. Overall, the lighting should keep the shadows to a minimum and visibility inside the cabinets at a premium. General Lighting Dark-coloured walls need more general lighting than bright-coloured ones, which can be best achieved with a mix of ceiling-mounted lights and recessed spotlights around the perimeter ask Lighting Benefits of these lights are that they focus on a specific work areas such as the baking area, mixing area, cooking area etc., which aid in a better working atmosphere. What Y ou Should W ear earing an apron will keep your clothes clean. But don't wear anything that's big and loose. L ong sleeves could catch fire or get caught in mixer beaters or other equipment. Keep Germs Out of Y our Food A big part of safe cooking is keeping the kitchen clean. The idea is to keep germs out of your food. Always wash your hands with soap and water immediately before you begin cooking. This is especially important for recipes that involve touching the food directly , like kneading dough or mixing ingredients with your hands. Also be sure to wash your hands before and after handling raw meat, poultry , eggs and fish products because these foods can contain bacteria. Y ou don't want that bacteria getting on your hands because then they could end up in your mouth. Y ou also can fight germs by keeping your working surfaces (like countertops and cutting boards) clean and dry . W ash them with soap and warm water after cooking. ood may be refrigerated or frozen to keep it fresh. Eat refrigerated food within 3 to 5 days and frozen food within 2 months. 4. General safety KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Page 19 16 Using the Kitchen Safely Have your ingredients neatly lined up, your hands washed, and your measuring spoons out. But before you start, it's a good idea to learn a few rules of the kitchen. It's easy to get injured in the kitchen if you're not careful. oint the knife blade away from yourself and keep your fingers away from the blade when you're cutting. or the stove or oven, here are some ways to keep from getting burned: Use potholders or oven mitts (no dish towels) when handling hot pots, pans or baking trays. urn pot and pan handles toward the back of the stove so you won't knock them over by accident. Use only microwave-safe cookware in the microwave - never use tinfoil or any metal items. KIT CHEN USE AND CARE GUIDE Safety P recautions to be taken while using LPG cylinders. LPG Cylinders should never be exposed to any direct source of heat. LPG Cylinders should always be kept in an upright position. The burner should always be placed above the height of the cylinder The cylinder and rubber tube should be fully visible. Don't keep cylinder in a closed cupboard. If it is a must, then the cabinet door and floor should have minimum 2 inches clearance between them. Don't use any cover on the rubber tube. eep the kitchen properly ventilated. Switch off the regulator when the cylinder is not in use, specially at night. Some homes have two cylinders. Make sure the knob of the idle cylinder is switched off when it is not in use. Always keep the contact number of the gas operator handy In case of any smell of gas leakage, open all windows and ventilators in the kitchens. Do not operate any electrical gadgets or cell phones & contact the gas operator immediately Page 20 AFTER SALES SERVICE Godrej has a wide network of branches and dealers all over India to offer efficient after sales service like repairs, replacements and changes of shutter . Call your nearest dealer and rest assured of prompt service. (Delhi, Kolkatta, Mumbai, Pune & Chennai) * for MTNL and BSNL lines only Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd. Marketing Department, PL-4, Pirojshanagar, Vikhroli, Mumbai 400 079. Fax: 91-22-55961503. E-mail: perfecthome@godrej.com Visit us at: www.godrej.com Toll Free No.: 1-800-225511 West Ahmedabad ? Bhopal ? Jabalpur ? Mumbai ? Pune North Chandigarh ? Delhi ? Faridabad ? Ghaziabad ? Jaipur ? Lucknow East Bhubaneshwar ? Guwahati ? Kolkata ? Patna ? Ranchi South Bangalore ? Chennai ? Coimbatore ? Hyderabad ? Kochi ? Thiruvananthapuram ? Vishakapatnam

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