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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Can I ask why bh is supporting a product that is no longer recommended?
    I didn't even know this. Who doesn't recommend it?

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    Please pick me, I would love to try these, I used the Miltons solution for sterilising with my first son and now have a 7 week old. I always have a constant pile of dummies and pumping equipment on the bench that needs sterilising I usually use a microwave steriliser but would love to give these a try at home and also out and about as we go away visiting family often and would save me taking the steriliser with me
    Address is correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Can I ask why bh is supporting a product that is no longer recommended?
    Who doesn't reccomend it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Can I ask why bh is supporting a product that is no longer recommended?
    Can you please elaborate on this? Who doesn't recommend it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Can I ask why bh is supporting a product that is no longer recommended?
    I'm also curious who doesn't recommend it? I've used it in 2 hospitals in the last 13 months. I've googled and can't find anything

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    Anybody interested?

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    Can you please elaborate on this? Who doesn't recommend it?
    I have used these before and they are great but I think what buttoneska means is hospitals no longer recommend bottles be sterilized. Having had a prem baby in nicu myself the recommendation for us was to wash in warm soapy water and rinse off in hot water. The idea behind it is to help build immunity because the world is becoming too sterile and sick because of it. At least that is what I was told.

    Either way I still use them for cleaning thermos', stinky bottles, toilet bowl and the occasional food container.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Either way I still use them for cleaning thermos', stinky bottles, toilet bowl and the occasional food container.
    Do you just throw them into the toilet to dissolve in the water?

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    Yeh sorry I haven't been around today. When my son was in nicu they told me not to use anything other then hot soapy water

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