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rileyharrietmummy Sun 01-May-16 22:01:34

So I have used these with both my kids... But I thought of something the other's really random so bear with me!!

So these bottle are the air can get in the bottle

So why do we sterilise them seeing as they are not a sealed unit? It's there a point to it?

dementedpixie Mon 02-May-16 09:20:40

You sterilise because of bacteria from the milk not from the air

rileyharrietmummy Mon 02-May-16 09:45:54

But the milk goes in the bottle just before you feed baby not for hours and hours before. So if there is bacteria in the milk that in itself will contaminate the bottle when you make it, steralized or not.

dementedpixie Mon 02-May-16 09:56:06

If there is any milk residue left in the bottle/ teat after washing then sterilising will kill the bacteria.

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