Many parents leave freshly sterilized baby bottles to dry on a specially designed rack, or a regular dish drying rack. Although, we’re not against this method, the process can be time consuming and your drying rack will also have to be sterilized often. Towel dry – Not Recommended.
Do you need to dry bottles after Sterilising?
There’s no need to dry the equipment. Store equipment in one of the following ways: in a clean, sealed container in the fridge, or in the solution. If you store equipment in the fridge, use it within 24 hours of sterilisation.
What to do with bottles after sterilizing?
After you’ve finished sterilising
It’s best to leave bottles and teats in the steriliser or pan until you need them. If you do take them out, put the teats and lids on the bottles straightaway. Wash and dry your hands before handling sterilised equipment. Better still, use some sterile tongs.
Do you dry bottles after Sterilising with Milton?
Do you have to rinse bottles and teats before using them? After removing from the Milton solution, bottles and teats can be drained and used immediately – no need to rinse.
How often should I sterilize baby bottles?
For extra germ removal, sanitize feeding items at least once daily. Sanitizing is particularly important when your baby is younger than 3 months, was born prematurely, or has a weakened immune system.
Can you reuse bottles for second baby?
As long as they’re not broken or warped, bottles are fine to reuse. You’ll just need to buy some new teats.
What happens if baby bottle not Sterilised?
What happens if you don’t sterilise baby bottles? Not sterilising your baby’s bottles will allow bacteria to develop on the feeding equipment. This may lead to infections including diarrhoea and vomiting1.
Is Milton bad for babies?
The Milton Sterilising Tablets allows you to sterilise in 15 minutes only. Milton has been sterilising babies utensils for over 50 years and is clinically proven to protect against all germs (bacteria, viruses and fungi), which can be harmful to your baby.
How do you dry Sterilised bottles?
Drip dry. Many parents leave freshly sterilized baby bottles to dry on a specially designed rack, or a regular dish drying rack. Although, we’re not against this method, the process can be time consuming and your drying rack will also have to be sterilized often. Towel dry – Not Recommended.