How should I sterilise the teats and bottles?

Pigeon teats and bottles can be sterilised via boiling, chemical or steam - microwave or electric.

They should be cleaned thoroughly before being sterilised.

After each use, rinse in warm water and wash with Pigeon Liquid Cleanser. If using a teat brush, take extra care to not accidentally push the brush through the teat opening. Place a finger over the teat opening when cleaning to ensure this doesn’t happen.

Boiling: Place in water. Bring the water to a boil and let boil for 5 minutes. Turn heat off and let cool. Take care to ensure the bottle components do not rest against the hot sides of the container.

Chemical and steam: Use sterilisation products made specifically for baby bottles and follow the provided instructions. Chemical sterilisation may cause the printing on the bottle to fade.

 

Heat resistance of the teats: 120 degrees C.

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