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I was looking at some bottles in a shop the other day, and the advice on the packaging said that they should not be filled with water over 40-50 degrees. As bottles are supposed to be made up at a minimum temperature of 70, isn't it a bit irresponsible for the manufacturers to make bottles that can't take hot water?
mmm that does sound crap. Do you remember which brand they were? Maybe they aren't BPA free and it's related to that?
They were BPA free, strangely enough. They were sold in Ethel Austin, but I don't know if they were own brand or not, the packaging said "Little Wonders".
These ones - http://www.firstaidwarehouse.co.uk/xpp-250mlstraight_bottle_with_latex_teats.html#optreview
maybe they want you to make up the milk in (eg) a pyrex jug and decant it
yes, it is pretty irresponsible if you ask me
God that would be a hassle, Mrs Badger!
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