What should I sterilize before baby?

What baby items should I sterilize?

Teething Rings and Pacifiers

Wash baby teething toys and pacifiers in the dishwasher – if they’re dishwasher safe – or with soap and warm water. You can also boil them in hot water. These two baby items should be sanitized daily or more often if they’re dropped on the floor, licked by a dog, etc.

Should I sterilize bottles before baby is born?

Baby bottles should be sterilized every time they’re used, ideally directly before they are filled with formula, expressed breast milk or any other liquid.

Do I need to sterilize bottles every time?

Thankfully, and according to Parents, you do not need to sterilize bottles every time you use them. … You should definitely sterilize bottles after your baby has been sick, if only to eradicate any lingering germs. Most experts suggest sanitizing your bottles once a week until your baby turns 1-year-old.

Can I use Clorox wipes on baby toys?

Plastic baby and children’s toys can be disinfected and sanitized with Clorox or Lysol wipes or a cloth wet with a mixture of 1/2 cup chlorine bleach and one gallon of water. … Give them a wipe down with a wet cloth to remove any grime or sticky spots first.

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What happens if you don’t sterilize baby bottles?

According to Fightbac.org, baby bottles that aren’t properly sterilized can be contaminated with hepatitis A or rotavirus. In fact, these germs can live on a surface for several weeks, which significantly increases the risk that your baby will get sick.

How do you sterilize Dr Brown bottles?

You can sterilize bottle-feeding equipment by boiling, soaking in chemical/sterilizing solution or using an electric or microwave sterilizer. Use chemical/sterilizing solutions or sterilizers strictly according to the manufacturer’s instructions. We advise you to use the Dr. Brown’s® Microwave or Electric Sterilizer.

Can I use the same bottle twice?

You can add more breast milk to a container of refrigerated breast milk, but it should not be freshly pumped breast milk that is still warm at body temperature. If you’d like to add your most recently pumped fresh milk to a bottle of already refrigerated milk pumped on the same day, you need to cool it down.

When do you stop boiling water for formula?

From birth until your baby is at least 6 months old, all water used for formula should be boiled and cooled to room temperature on the day you use it. Make sure you leave enough time for the boiled water to cool to room temperature (until it no longer feels warm) before it’s needed.