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How do you sterilize baby bottles when traveling?

How do you sterilize baby bottles when traveling?

How to sterilize baby bottles in hotel sink

  1. Heat up water in your travel kettle.
  2. Rinse the bathroom sink and plug with hot water.
  3. Fill the sink with hot, soapy water.
  4. Clean your bottles thoroughly.
  5. Rinse the items with hot water and let them air dry on a clean towel.

How do you keep bottles sterile when out?

Sterlilise first thing in the morning, make up the bottles with 8oz freshly boiled water. Then when they are sealed with their lids on the inside stays sterile for 24 hours. The instructions only mean 6 hours when they aren’t sealed, as germs can still get to the internal bits of the bottle.

How do you sterilise MAM bottles on holiday?

If you’re using the MAM Easy Start Anti Colic Bottles, these can be sterilised individually in just three minutes in the microwave. Finally the Express Bottle Warmer included with the MAM 6 in 1 Electric Steriliser is great to ensure bottles are at the correct temperature when ready to feed.

Can you sterilize bottles in advance?

Baby bottles should be sterilized every time they’re used, ideally directly before they are filled with formula, expressed breast milk or any other liquid. You can, however, sterilize them a little in advance if required; the exact length of time depends on the sterilization method.

How do you sterilize baby bottles for camping?

Get yourself a bucket just for your babies bottles, dummies and other utensils. Using sterilising tablets, rather than a microwave steriliser or a pot with boiling water will help keep things simple. All you need is a bucket of clean water, sterilising tablets and time to let them sit in the water.

How do you sterilise baby bottles for camping?

These things are genius if you need to sterilise bottles and teats and don’t have an electric hook-up. Just fill a big pot or washing up bowl with cold water, add the required dose and leave your bottles in for 15 minutes to sterilise.

Where do you store bottles after sterilizing?

Keep sterile bottles in a sealed container in the refrigerator. If you want to ensure that the bottles aren’t exposed to any germs or bacteria, you can store them in a sealed container, such as a plastic or glass food storage container, in the refrigerator.

How long will bottles stay sterile?

24 hours
How long do baby bottles stay sterile? Although sterilising can take just a few minutes, it can last for up to 24 hours, if bottles are properly stored. Once you have sterilised your bottles, keep them safe from germs and bacteria by leaving them in in your steriliser.

Can I use kettle water to sterilise bottles?

Once kettle has boiled, rinse sink, stopper and tongs with boiling water. Refill kettle and set to boil. Step 3: Fill sink with hot soapy water and wash bottles, nipples, sippy cups, breast pump parts, pacifiers, and any feeding utensils you want sterilized.

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