TempTag Tri Milk Thermometer
Pickup from our showroom in French's Forest.
The NEW Temptag TRI thermometer stickers work for any type of milk. There are three colours in the package - red, yellow and white - which can be used to differentiate what type of milk is in each pitcher. (Pitcher not included)
Instructions for use: The Temptag TRI will indicate when the ideal milk temperature is reached by changing colour. The three indicators work as follows:
white left panel is 58C - ideal for soy and skim milk
middle panel with the tick is 65C - ideal for full cream milk
white right panel is 70C - the temperature is too hot
- the temperature windows progress from 58C (too cool/or soy) to 65C (ideal) to 70C (too hot).
- Ensure the metal jug surface is clean and dry.
- Simply attach to your metal jug as illustrated.
- Press and rub the Temptag TRI to ensure all air bubbles are removed, and you have a solid bond.
- It is recommended that an additional Temptag TRI be placed on the opposite side for right or left handed use.
- As the middle window begins to appear red, shut off steam immediately to ensure ideal temperature is achieved.
The Temptag TRI is best hand washed only. Avoid using strong chemicals, scourers and steel wool directly on to the Temptag TRI to prevent surface damage. If the surface is broken, replace with a new Temptag TRI. It is expected that the Temptag TRI will display accurately for 4-6 weeks with proper care and usage. If the middle window (the red window when heated properly) appears grey or cloudy or the Temptag TRI bubbles or begins to peel, we recommend you replace it to maintain consistency.
Great productBy: Beate Brooks Tracy on 11 October 2018These stickers are fantastic. .we train many volunteer staff to make coffees. .and this product is a great way to teach them to get a'feel' for the correct temperatures.
Putting some heat on the TempTagBy: Andrew on 19 February 2016A very useful product, especially for those with sensitive hands. The latest TempTag is an improvement on the earlier design, combining multi-milk temperatures into one patch.