Ask the Experts:Why should I sterilise? During your little one's first 12 months, their immune system is still developing so they need extra protection from germs that may cause gastroenteritis and other nasty bugs. To do this, you need to make sure that all feeding equipment is clean and properly sterilised.What should I sterilise? Basically everything that can go into your baby's mouth! This includes bottles, teats, soothers, plastic feeding spoons, weaning bowls, teething rings, toys as well as your breastfeeding accessories such as breastpump parts and milk storage containers. For more information, visit www.milton-tm.com
Sterilising FluidIdeal to sterilise during baby's first yearNo heating, no rinsing, no hassleSterilise bottles, teats, soothers, spoons, weaning bowls, teething rings, breast-pump parts, milk storage containers, nipple shields and breast shells. Cold water sterilising takes just 15 minutes. Kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria, fungi and viruses Kills 99.9% of germs**Bactericidal: in 5 minutes EN1040, EN1276 at (0.5% V/V), EN13697 (at 1.8% V/V). Active on MRSA. Fungicidal: in 15 minutes EN1275 on Candida albicans (germ causing thrush) EN1650 Virucidal: In 15 minutes NFT72-180. Active on Rotavirus.
Milton Sterilising Fluid allows you to sterilise in 15 minutes only, killing all bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores (tough dormant bacteria). It has been used in hospitals for many years as a simple and very reliable method.To be used for sterilising breast feeding equipment and all babies feeding utensils, including bottles, soothers, teething rings, small plastic toys and weaning items.The Milton solution is harmless and leaves no unpleasant taste or odour, so there is no need to rinse after use - utensils are safe for your baby to use immediately
Easier to doseMaximum protectionKills 99.9% of germsSterilises in 15 minsNo need to rinseStays sterile for 24H
WarningKeep away from children. When in contact with the eye, rinse well and contact a specialist. If swallowed contact a doctor and show the packaging. Do not use in combination with other products as toxic gases may be released (chlorine). Do not use on metal.TAKE CARE NOT TO SPLASH THE SOLUTION AS IT MAY DISCOLOUR FABRIC.Do not throw in the environment.
Preparation and Usage
How to Use The Cold Water Method1 CleanWash bottle, teats, breastfeeding equipment in warm soapy water, then rinse in cold water.2 Prepare SolutionFill your unit with 5L of water, add 1 cap of Fluid. (30ml dilution at (0.6%v.v).3 Add ItemsClose the lid. Submerge items under water. In just 15 mins everything is ready to use. No need to rinse with water. Items can stay in the solution until needed. Renew the solution every 24 hours.Use this method to disinfect fruit & vegetables but rinse.For surfaces, use 3 caps (90 ml dilution at 1.8 v/v) for 5L of water.
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Active Ingredient: Sodium Hypochlorite (CAS: 7681-52-9): 2% w/w
Store away from heat.Batch n® and best before: see on the bottle.
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