Cleaning and sterilizing
Before sterilizing, wash bottles and accessories thoroughly in warm soapy water to ensure all milk deposits are removed.
Squeeze the teat to ensure any residual milk has been removed.
Sterilize by immersing in a feeding bottle sterilizing solution.
Do not clean or allow to come in contact with solvents or harsh chemicals which could result in damage.
For your child's safety and health: WARNING!
Always use this product with adult supervision.
Never use feeding teats as a soother.
Always check food temperature before feeding.
Continuous prolonged sucking of fluids will cause tooth decay.
Inspect the teat before every use by pulling the teat in all directions
Throw away at the first sign of weakness.
Do not leave a feeding teat in direct sunlight or heat or leave in disinfectant, as this may weaken the teat.
Keep all components out of reach of children.
Warming the feed using a microwave oven.
Never heat a sealed bottle in a microwave oven.
Although not recommended, if you wish to warm the feed using a microwave, remove the teat, cap, and cover before heating.
The outside of the bottle will feel cooler than the feed, therefore shake well to ensure even heat distribution and always check the temperature of the feed before offering it to your baby.