How to sterilize the baby's feeding bottle is the safest?
Baby's feeding bottle is the most frequently used baby product. When cleaning the feeding bottle, many parents simply rinse it. In fact, although this saves trouble, it will cause a lot of bacteria to grow in the feeding bottle, which will affect your health. Therefore, the best feeding bottle is It is disinfected every day, so how should it be disinfected?
1. Boiling disinfection
Prepare a stainless steel boiling pot so that the depth of water inside can completely cover all the breastfeeding tools that have been cleaned. One thing to note is that this cooking pot must be used alone and cannot be mixed with other cooking pots.
If it is a glass bottle, you can put it in the pot with cold water, wait for the water to boil, and then put in plastic products such as pacifiers. You can also cover the pot and cook for about 3 minutes. After the water is cold, you can take out everything for later use.
If it is a plastic bottle, wait for someone to boil, and then put all the accessories together in the pot for disinfection. The subsequent steps are the same. Use sterile clips to pick up all the utensils and place them in a ventilated place.
It should be noted here that plastic products can not be cooked for too long, pay attention to the temperature resistance tips on the bottle.
2. Baby bottle sterilizer
There are many good maternity and baby products on the market. The Baby Bottle Sterilizer is one of them. The baby bottle sterilizer can clean the baby bottle and then sterilize it at high temperature. It is simple and easy, and the mother who loves clean can consider using it.
It should be noted that even if you use a baby bottle sterilizer for disinfection, you still need to thoroughly clean the baby bottles, pacifiers and other items before this. Then put them in the steam boiler together, press the switch, and automatically cut off the power when the disinfection is completed.
After the baby's feeding bottle is disinfected, all the water in the bottle should be poured out, and all items such as the feeding bottle cap, nipple, and feeding bottle should also be clamped with sterilized clips and placed in a ventilated place, and the water should be dried. And put a layer of gauze or a cover on the upside-down items.
If the bottle has not been used within 24 hours after disinfection, it needs to be disinfected again before the next use to avoid bacterial growth. In order to facilitate the disinfection, mothers can wash the milk bottle clean after every time the baby drinks milk, then put it on the shelf to dry, and wait until it has accumulated to a certain amount before uniformly disinfecting it.