WeMoms
24 May 2022

How to choose a baby bottle sterilizer?

Cold or steam, microwave or electric... There are several models of sterilizers to remove bacteria from baby bottles, consequently limiting the risk of infection.

  • Before sterilizing a baby's bottle, make sure it's clean, washed with water, and dishwashing liquid or marseille soap.
  • You can cold sterilize the bottle by immersing it for 30 minutes in a special tray filled with water, in which you melt two tablets that are safe for the baby.
  • The electric sterilizer kills bacteria with its steam during a ten-minute program. It can hold up to nine bottles and often appeals to parents because of its ease of use.
  • Suitable for parents in a hurry and less bulky than the electric one, the microwave sterilizer is composed of a tray and a lid to replicate the oven system during five-minute cycles.
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Rosamaria
5 Oct 2022

bottle sterilizer recommendation please ? Which one should I get 🤨

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Angeles
31 Aug 2022

Okay so when sterilizing bottles I don’t wanna buy a whole bottle sterilizer when I can boil them should I boil the nipple part of the bottle too or ?

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Jill
12 Jun 2022

Is a bottle sterilizer a necessity? Or is putting in the dishwasher and steam drying it efficient enough?

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Miranda
2 Jan 2022

Hey moms I just got a bottle Sterilizer from Amazon and when I turn it on it does the job like to sterilize but is it supposed to dry or are we supposed to dry ourselves?

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