Silicone ice cube moulds
North & South Poles floating in your glass
Slowly, the ice melts, two penguins and a polar bear each adrift on a floating iceberg. These silicone moulds from monos, aside from producing adorable ice cubes, have a strong environmental message.
- Caution -
Always use clean water such as city water, mineral water or distilled water.
Always fill the specified amount of water into a room-temperature tray.
The tray may impart the smell of silicone. This will gradually disappear. If it is bothersome, boil the tray for several minutes.
In rare cases, the unique silicone properties or minerals in the city water may separate during freezing and appear as the ice melts. These are not harmful to the human body. If these are bothersome, use filtered water, or lightly rinse off the ice before using.
After using, wash and dry the tray carefully before storing.
Do not wash the tray with abrasive cleanser or brush. Doing so could damage the tray.
Do not pull the product, or use a knife on it. Doing so could damage the tray.
Do not wipe the product with thinner or benzene.
Always boil and disinfect the tray when using it after a long storage period.
Do not use this product for purposes other than making ice.