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    Default Use same bottles from first baby?

    Hello, I have bottles from DS1 that would be around 2 years old (he is just over 2 and I used the bottles until he was 1). Is it ok to sterilise and re-use them for baby #2? I will buy new teats though.

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    I hope so because thats exactly what I'm doing!!

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    I dont see why not. I'm planning to and will just buy new teats

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    I wanted to reuse all my Nuk bottles from DD1 with new teats. DD2 decided she wouldn't take them though and prefered Avent. Ruined my recycling plans!


 

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