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Washing baby bottles in a bathroom sink

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MrsGiraffe12 Wed 07-Jan-15 18:12:26

Ok..... Stupid question perhaps but....

Me,DH,DS and DD are going away Friday - Monday in February to Butlins and have room only accomodation with ensuit. Which suits us as we have the premium food package.

But, what to do about DDs baby bottles?? She will be 2 weeks off of 6 months when we go so is still on 5 bottles a day. It seems a bit gross to be washing them in a bathroom sink, even though I'll be using our milton tank to sterilise them. Should I just buy a load of them single use steri bottles instead?? Or am I overthinking this and washing then in bathroom will be fine because of the milton? Thank x

farmerslife Wed 07-Jan-15 18:13:55

I washed bottles in bathroom sink in loads of hotels ! It's fine, but you could always take a plastic washing up bowl x

NorwaySpruce Wed 07-Jan-15 18:14:24

We've washed bottles in hotels bathroom sinks before, I'm sure all people who travel with bottle fed babies have.

I can't see any problem at all with it.

RainbowLoom Wed 07-Jan-15 18:15:51

I'm with Farmers...buy a plastic washing up bowl, and a tea towel to drain them on.
Have fun!

LIZS Wed 07-Jan-15 18:18:01

Sorry not sure I'm getting the issue . Why would the sink/ water not be suitable? Could you take a kettle to boil water if that is the concern.

MrsGiraffe12 Wed 07-Jan-15 18:19:19

LIZ it's more about bathroom germs in the sink :-) but thanks all, I thought I was over thinking it x

TooMuchCantBreathe Wed 07-Jan-15 18:22:24

If you're worried pack a packet of cleaning wipes and give the sink a quick swish first (although I wouldn't as sterilising would be more than enough for me smile)

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