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Baby Bottles and Feeding Help

Baby Bottles and Feeding Help

Nurturing your child can be done in so many possible ways. Keep your babies from harm and protect them from any other health hazards through baby bottle cleaning. It doesn't really matter whether you choose a machine to wash baby bottles or you decide to clean them by hand. What matters is you have the basic supplies to do the cleaning. Prepare the basics like hot water, soap and a good brush for bottles and nipples. It has always been advisable to wash baby bottles right after use to prevent caking of milk on the bottle and creating a foul smell which is difficult to get rid of. This is especially so if you are using plastic baby bottles. With glass nursing bottles, stinky smell of spoiled milk can be easily removed.

Never let dirty bottles sleep overnight. Start off cleaning by pouring out leftover milk and rinsing the bottle with warm water. It will be easier to clear out bottles with warm water instead of tap water. If you will be using dishwashers, the first two procedures will also be recommended. For those mothers who want to do baby bottle cleaning by hand, still rinse the dirty bottle with warm water and follow instructions above. Next, you need to fill a large basin with warm water and soap where the bottles and nipples could be placed. This will speed up the cleaning process as you soak other bottles while cleaning one after the other. Brush the bottles in and out using a baby bottle brush that is not too hard to scrape off the plastic. Bottles and nipples wear and tear due to hard baby bottles brush. Move the brush along the edges to remove filmy milk residue. This will also get rid of bacteria that thrive inside unwashed bottles. After the brushing process, you may need to rinse off the soap and dry the bottles in a bottle rack.

Bottle sterilization is recommended to babies who are affected with immune disorders. Although there are communities with reliably clean water supply especially those using sanitized water system, pediatricians still recommend bottle sterilization for babies until after two months old. The sterilization process is very simple though. Just fill out a pot of water, put the bottles, nipples and other feeding accessories then bring to boil for five minutes. Exceeding this required time can distort the shape of the feeding supplies especially when they are made out of low quality materials and plastic. After the boiling, remove the items. Bottle sterilization ends in towel drying or air-drying the items.

 The bottle cleaning method seems to be stressful but prevention will always be better than cure. Securing cleanliness with things you use for nursing your child is securing health and saving money. Let baby bottle cleaning and bottle sterilization be a systematic practice of every nursing mother in ensuring proper hygiene for their babies.

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