How to calibrate acu-rite thermometers?

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I think the Braun Digital Thermometer is accurate. But, I would also recommend you to try Ear Thermometer . Taking the temperature in the ear with Braun ear thermometers is very accurate, gentle and convenient, a true benefit for you.

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Every time you intend to use it. It is best to wipe it with 95% proof alcohol.

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It's about both. A thermometer is very handy to avoid overcooking.
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