a little more “Pour Time.”

The boxed Anchor Products “Pour Time” arrived in the mail the other day, and it came with instructions… so, here is:

HOW TO INSTALL AND USE YOUR 

“POUR TIME”

HOW TO INSTALL

“POUR TIME”

  1. Select the most convenient spot in your kitchen, pantry, or bar…preferably with a wood surface.
  2. For best results and leverage, place it approximately waist height.
  3. First screw in upper-screw about half-way.  Then hang your “Pour Time” on upper-screw, through the slotted upper-hole in back of case.
  4. Insert second screw through lower-hole in case.  Tighten both screws firmly.

HOW TO OPERATE

“POUR TIME”


CAPPED BOTTLES

  1. Lift handle until it is parallel to the floor.
  2. Slip bottle cap in hook marked, “bottle opener.”
  3. Hold bottle in one hand, and with the other hand, pull handle down until cap snaps off.

CANS CONTAINING LIQUIDS

  1. Lift “Pour Time” handle to full open position.
  2. Reach inside case and flip out ladder with finger.
  3. Rest can on step at proper height.
  4. Holding can firmly against case, press handle down against top of can.  Cutting tools will punch two holes in with one motion.

CANS CONTAINING LIQUIDS (Cont.)

Use upper step for standard-sized cans, such as beer and juice cans

Use lower-step for large economy-sized cans.

For small condensed-milk-cans, place two such containers on upper step.

Or, you may place on small milk-can atop a standard-size can, using upper step.

CORKED BOTTLES

  1. Lift “Pour Time” handle to full open position.
  2. Flip corkscrew out of ladder.
  3. Lift corkscrew until it is held rigidly against ladder…at about 45o angle upward.
  4. Screw bottle-cork into corkscrew.
  5. When corkscrew is completely in cork, lower bottle to most conveniently pulling-position.
  6. Ease cork out of bottle, unscrew cork from corkscrew.

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