Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Cleaning and Caring for Bottles

After you first buy your bottles, it is recommended that you submerge your bottles, nipples and rings in a pot of boiling water for five minutes to allow the germs to be killed and the bottles be sanitized. Allow them to dry before use. Unless your water is well water, you only need to boil your bottles once - before you use them the first time.
When caring for your bottles on a daily basis, you can wash the bottles and all their pieces in hot, soapy water. Or, if you want, you can place the bottles on the top rack of the dishwasher.
This picture shows bottles being dried on Boon's Grass. This grass allows for air to flow though the bottles while they're drying so they can dry quicker.

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