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How to wash a baby bottle correctly?

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When bottle feeding your baby, it is important to maintain good hygiene to avoid infections and illnesses. Washing bottles regularly is therefore essential. Here are some tips for properly cleaning a bottle.

  1. Prepare your material

Before you start washing the bottle, gather everything you'll need. You will need a mild washing up liquid, a bottle brush, a clean sponge and a dish towel.

  1. Disassemble the bottle

Disassemble the bottle by removing all removable parts, including the teat, cap and sealing disc. Be sure to remove any milk or food residue.

  1. Wash off with lukewarm water

Start by rinsing the removable parts of the bottle with lukewarm water to remove residue. Next, fill the sink or a clean bowl with lukewarm water and add a small amount of mild dish soap. Use a bottle brush to scrub each part, emphasizing hard-to-reach areas like corners and crevices. Don't forget to wash the outside of the bottle as well.

  1. Rinse thoroughly

Rinse all parts of the bottle thoroughly with hot water to remove any soap residue. If you use tap water, make sure it is drinkable.

  1. Disinfect

Once you've cleaned the bottle, you can sanitize it to kill any remaining bacteria. You can do this by boiling it in water for at least five minutes. You can also use a bottle sterilizer.

  1. Let it dry

When the bottle is clean and dry, reassemble it and store it in a clean, dry place. Use a clean towel to dry the removable parts, or let them air dry on a clean, disinfected surface.

  1. Clean regularly

It is important to clean bottles regularly to avoid infections and illnesses. Wash them after each use and sterilize them at least once a week.

By following these simple steps, you can ensure good hygiene and keep your baby healthy. Remember that hygiene is key to preventing infections and illnesses, so be sure to take the time to wash your baby's bottles thoroughly.

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