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cleaning my babys toys and bottles?

I was wondering when i should clean my sons bottles and toys in bleech water and how long and how much bleech should i mix in withe the water to clean them and how long to wait before i give him a bottle and toys?
By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016-
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Re: cleaning my babys toys and bottles?
Ditto to all below. I boiled my bottles. If you want to do extra, try vinegar as an antibacterial. It's much safer than bleach, and very effective. I use it to freshen up our water bottles when they get a bit stale smelling.

[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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Oh, and may I add, when I was pregnant with my first, my MIL came over and bleach-cleaned my entire house (I wasn't very happy).  She was very pleased with the "clean" smell of the house. Results:  My lips became completely dry and flaky for the next week, as did hers, and my plastic gloves, which she had borrowed, disintegrated. I'd rather risk the germs.

[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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Re: cleaning my babys toys and bottles?
Hi.  you shouldn't need to use bleach at all.  toys are fine just washed in hot soapy water, and can be played with straight away once dried.  I would be hesistant to use bleach anywhere near bottles, as even a small amount ingested could make your baby sick.  To clean bottles- wash in hot soapy water and use a bottle brush to make sure no milk residue is left.  Then up until the age of 6 months (as recommended by child and youth health) bottles should be sterilized.  You can do this by boiling, or using a microwave steamer (my preferred method) or 'milton' and the instructions for mixing milton is on the packet.  bottles should be washed and sterilized after every use.

[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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Re: cleaning my babys toys and bottles?
I recommend what Josie has said 100%... Plastic is porous & bleach is a very dangerous chemical, I never buy it for any reason; let alone to use on babies toys and bottles.  There are some great advice articles on cleaning bottles etc on Minti, there are also some great groups with more information about environmentally friendly, safe cleaning product aternatives.

[d] By: Guest
Date: Thu-Feb-18-2016
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