1. Steam – This is the best way to sterilise feeding equipment. You can buy plug in sterilisers or microwave sterilisers. Always follow the
2. Boiling water – Fill a large saucepan with tap water (as long as the tap water in your area is safe) and completely cover all the equipment. Make
sure there are no trapped air bubbles. Cover the saucepan with a lid and bring to the boil and boil for at least three minutes. Make sure the feeding
equipment is fully covered with boiling water at all times. Keep the saucepan covered until you need to use the equipment.
3. Chemical steriliser – Make up a batch of sterilising liquid following the manufacturer’s instructions. Make sure all equipment is completely
covered by the liquid and that there are no trapped air bubbles. Leave the equipment covered for the length of time stated on the instructions.
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