How to Sterilize and Warm Baby Bottle Safelyby XieYifang
How to Sterilize and Warm Baby Bottle Safely
Parents and pediatricians today are not as concerned with sterilizing bottles and water as they were a generation ago ,but many are now having second thoughts in light of recent reports of contaminated city water supplies and increased concern over food safety .
- For starters ,always wash your hands before handling baby bottles or feeding your baby .
- If you use disposable plastic bottle liners and ready-to-use formula , you still need to make sure the nipples are clean. And choosing a reliable brand like Grownsy , Using Portable Pacifier Sanitizer to sterilize them .
Glass Bottles & Formula Safety
If you use regular glass bottles and concentrated or powdered formula, you must ensure that the bottles and water added to the formula are sterile.You don't need to boil the bottle;You can put them in a UV Light sanitizer-Grownsy with a mixing cup and other gear used for making recipes, This do-it-all machine deserves to be owned by growing families. 167℉ drying ensures that item can be used once the drying completed，and this alone will kill most bacteria.
Mixing With Water
Water for mixing infant formula must be from a safe water source as defined by the state or local health department. If you are concerned or uncertain about the safety of tap water, you may use bottled water or bring cold tap water to a rolling boil for 1 minute (no longer), then cool the water to room temperature for no more than 30 minutes before it is used. Warmed water should be tested in advance to make sure it is not too hot for the baby. The easiest way to test the temperature is to shake a few drops on the inside of your wrist. Otherwise, a bottle can be prepared by adding powdered formula and room-temperature water from the tap just before feeding. Bottles made in this way from powdered formula can be ready for feeding because no additional refrigeration or warming would be required.
Storing Prepared Formula
Prepared formula must be discarded within 1 hour after serving a baby.
Prepared formula that has not been given to a baby may be stored in the refrigerator for 24 hours to prevent bacterial contamination.
An open container of ready-to-feed, concentrated formula, or formula prepared from concentrated formula, should be covered, refrigerated, and discarded after 48 hours if not used.