• Sterilizer


The immune system of your baby is very weak and immature, you must protect your baby from certain germs. One of the most effective measures to protect him/her from viruses and bacteria that circulate around is to sterilize everything that is touching your baby.

It is advisable to sterilize teats and bottles until the baby is four months. Until then, immune system cannot fight off certain bacteria because of its immaturity. If not breast fed, then baby is even more vulnerable, especially to Rotavirus diarrhea.

 It is enough to wash all babies’ utensil with soap and water or in the dishwasher. In fact, there are pediatricians who maintain that excessive hygiene could be related to the increasing of allergies occurring today, both in childhood and adulthood.

Anyway, before sterilization, first is to wash all items with hot water and soap. To clean the inside of the bottle, use a brush. In case of nipples, you turn them over and clean all milk remaining. Rinse thoroughly with water and sterilize.

You can also choose any of the following methods:

Traditional sterilization. In this case, simply boil everything in a pan for 10 to 15 minutes and leave covered until using it.

In the microwave. If you put the bottles and teats in a bowl with a little water, cover and heat it to the maximum power for 10 minutes, no germs will resist it.

Electrical sterilization, today is the most comfortable, practical and desirable, but also the least economically, for the price of the sterilizer.

In cold, put the bottles in a plastic container with chemical solution added. Make sure everything is well submerged. This process takes 30 minutes to complete. You can leave bottles longer in the solution if you want, but pick up the teats, for gum may be damaged.

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