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    Default Making up Formula

    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    I would have thought hot spots exist if you don't give the bottle a really really good shake? I have always microwaved the bottles and have yet to have had a hot spot...
    Yep I thought the same thing, hot spots seem irrelevant as u have to shake the bottle to mix the formula thru anyway.

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    Default Re: Making up Formula

    I don't think reheating is a good idea. Maybe add formula to cool water then reheat when needed. Not heat the water, add formula, cool, reheat. Personally I add the correct amount of water to each bottle. When the bottle is needed I then add the correct amount of formula to the bottle.

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    I fill all bubs bottles with boiled water and sit on the bench when he is hungry I add the formula then but in the bottle warmer

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    That's how I did it. Boiled water, poured into sterilised bottles (cos that was still the done thing at the time) and then added formula right before each feed.

    When out and about I just had bottles full of water and then added formula as needed. Just served it at room-temp.

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    Default Making up Formula

    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    That's how I did it. Boiled water, poured into sterilised bottles (cos that was still the done thing at the time) and then added formula right before each feed.

    When out and about I just had bottles full of water and then added formula as needed. Just served it at room-temp.
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    Default Making up Formula

    Re boiled water - we are on tank water and have a really good filtration system plumbed into the fridge. Can I use this water or do I really need to boil for 5 mins?

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    Gnomesy, it needs to be boiled to kill off any bacteria.

    I have bottles filled with water when needed I either add formula and serve at room temperature or if I want to give him a warm bottle I add some hot boiled water then mix in the formula.


 

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