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Can bottles, teats etc go in the dishwasher?

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Caz10 Wed 30-Jul-08 22:05:22

dd is 7mths and I've been bf-ing, but I'm back to work soon and she's going to get some bottles. I've used them on the very odd occasion before but they've been lying around for a couple of months now, a good few days of that in Milton water that I forgot was there blush

Is it ok to whack the lot in the dishwasher before we start using them again?

RuffleTheAnimal Wed 30-Jul-08 22:06:20

top rack of dishwasher is practically sterilised.
and you dont need to sterilise anyway.

Lostmykeys Wed 30-Jul-08 22:07:27

When you think about the toys she picks up and don't get sterilised etc. putting her bottles and teats in the dishwasher will not hurt. You can get a basket form some shops to contain them as otherwise the teats fly around and fill up with dishwasher silt.

RuffleTheAnimal Wed 30-Jul-08 22:09:02

or just put the teats etc balanced on the sticking-up wires iyswim

Caz10 Thu 31-Jul-08 20:34:24


PotPourri Thu 31-Jul-08 21:59:00

I would rinse afterwards though as I always think they smell a bit of chemicals. But agree you def don;'t need to sterilise

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