The Best Natural Way to Clean Baby Bottles
Don’t use too hard detergent powders or liquids to clean Baby bottles
Don’t use too strong chemicals to clean bottles.
Don’t use cheap cleaning materials
Wear Hand-Gloves before cleaning bottles
Scour your sink or basin and pot with baking soda or table salt and hot water. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the vessel in which you wash the bottles may itself pose contamination risks if it’s not clean
Add all of the components of the baby bottles to a large, clean bowl or basin filled with hot water and 1/2 box baking soda.
Soak the bottles and pieces overnight.
Wash your hands with soap and water before handling the bottles the next morning. Dry your hands thoroughly with a clean cloth.
Scrub the bottles with a clean bottle brush. Use hot water and either baking soda or low-residue soap. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization recommend soap to clean bottles.
The Environmental Protection Agency notes that baking soda eliminates any chance that babies might ingest soapy residue.
Rinse bottles with hot water.
Fill a large pot with water and 3 tablespoon baking soda and place the pot on the stove.
Add the bottles, nipples and rims to the pot and cover the pot tightly.
Turn the burner to high and boil the feeding equipment for at least three minutes.
Leave the equipment in the covered pot until it is needed if you will use it that day. Remove a bottle, nipple and rim with metal forceps as needed. Alternatively, remove all of the equipment, dry thoroughly with a clean cloth or towel and store in an area free of dust and other contaminants
- Soaking the bottles overnight is an optional step if you both clean and sterilize the bottles the next day.
- If you find yourself short of clean dishcloths, consider resorting to paper towels. The product may be disposable, but using paper towels is preferable to wiping bottles with a germ-laden sponge or cloth. Use paper towels from recycled paper if possible.
Caution:If you own a baby bottle sterilizer, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning rather than risk damaging the equipment with non-specified natural cleaners.
So please take care of your baby bottle also which makes your baby always healthy and happily. Soaking bottles overnight, scrubbing, Baking soda, dry the cleaning equipment before use, paper towels etc all this makes your baby healthy and safe.