How do I clean my Bottles?
Rinse Bottles in lukewarm water only, with or without soap. Use a damp cloth to wipe dry. DO NOT wash in a Dishwasher. DO NOT subject the Bottle provided to temperatures exceeding 50C. If the Bottle bubbles excessively, it may be due to concentrate stains on the inside of the Bottle. Rinse well with warm water and soap once again.
Where is my local dealer/distributor?
Go to ' Customer Services '
My Sodamaker does not carbonate, why?
Check whether the Refill Cylinder is empty. If yes, replace it with a filled one. If no, contact your nearest ' Customer Services '
How do I exchange my Refill Cylinder?
When your Mr.Butler's Refill Cylinder is empty, take the empty Cylinder to your nearest Dealer and exchange it for the cost of gas.
It's best to keep an extra Refill Cylinder at home so that you never run out of Soda and Soft drinks when you need it.
Ensure that you purchase Refills that are in a sealed wrapper having Mr.Butler's logo. Never use Cylinders refilled by unauthorised refillers.
When a Refill Cylinder is being fitted to the Soda maker, the gas leaks without the Operating Panel being pressed?
This could be a simple problem. The Rubber Washer between the Cylinder Head Block, into which the Cylinder is screwed, and the Cylinder Valve might have fallen off. Replace the Washer. Use the Spare Washer placed at the back of the Soda maker. Alternatively contact our ' Customer Services '.
Why does water overflow sometimes from the carbonating bottle during carbonation?
Ensure that the water level does not exceed the 2nd level marking on the Bottle marked as 'Water Level For Soda'.
Each press of the Operating Panel must not exceed one second. Use short, firm presses only.
Can any type of bottle be used in Sodamaker?
No. Only genuine Mr. Butler's Bottles can be used. These are special Bottles made to withstand the carbonating pressure.
How many Sodas can be made with one Cylinder?
175 glasses (200ml) of Soda can be made with the Mr.Butler's Italia.
How do I make aerated Soft Drink?
Fill water into the 1 litre Bottle till the lowest level marked 'Level For Soft Drink'
Make the soda.
Then pour the Soft Drink Concentrate up to level marked, 'Fill concentrate to this level only' after carbonation.
Cap the Bottle.
Turn the Bottle upside down to get a uniform mix.
Fizzy Soft Drink is ready to be served.
Can I make and keep Sodas and Soft Drinks in the Fridge for later use?
Yes, You can. In fact, we recommend you do just that. Purchase sufficient quantity of spare Bottles so that a large quantity of Sodas and Fizzy Soft Drinks can be made and stored. This will be particularly useful for parties.