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Storing boiled water for feeds

(10 Posts)
chokky Tue 30-May-06 13:19:20

is it necessary to store the boiled water for feeds in the fridge or can it be left at room temperature? So much confusing advice out there!

LilacBump Tue 30-May-06 13:21:59

i always stored it in sterilised bottles at room temperature.

Tiggerish Tue 30-May-06 13:23:04

Same here and never had any problems

Kelly1978 Tue 30-May-06 13:23:14

me too.

Tutter Tue 30-May-06 13:23:47

i read something the other day saying that new advice is not to store water - to boil it fresh each time. will see if i can remember where i read it (nct magazine maybe?) and post a link...

Twiglett Tue 30-May-06 13:24:16

on the side in sterilised bottles .. then can just add formula shake and go

only did it for 24 hours though

Tutter Tue 30-May-06 13:34:53

sorry - think it was the nct mag but i've thrown my copy out.

Ledodgyherring Tue 30-May-06 13:37:54

I do the same as twiglett.

gingerbic Tue 30-May-06 16:35:48

So is it ok to fully assemble the bottle, ie with teat or should you sterilise teat soon before using. Have read that if you use steam steriliser, must use all equipment wihin 3 hours. This seem a bit extreme as know many people who make up feeds 24 hours in advance advance)

expatinscotland Tue 30-May-06 16:37:26

i made up feeds 24 hours in advance and stored em at the back of the fridge, then used a bottle warmer to heat them up, w/dd1. didn't have any probs.

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