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Philips Avent 1 Feeding Bottle
If you are breastfeeding your baby, using a feeding bottle and teat may interfere with the baby's natural way of suckling your breast.In the event of uncertainty or should you require further information, you may contact:Fountain Medical (Pty) Ltd, on 0861 BABIES (0861 222437)[email protected], or visit us at www.babies.co.za.To protect your baby from harmful germs, it's important to clean and sterilise your baby's feeding equipment.Philips Avent supports feeding breast milk as the preferred feed for your baby.Instructions enclosed.08443380 4895 (mobile rates may vary).RSA: 0861 BABIES (0861 222437).www.philips.com/avent.+27 (11) 794 9060.
Quantity in pack:
Philips.Avent.1 feeding bottle.330 ml/11 oz.3m+.Classic+.Trusted for over 30 years.Fewer Paris.New.0% BPA.
Sterilisation instructions:1. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water, and dry.2. Immediately after feeding, rinse out the bottle and teat with running water.3. Wash the bottle and teat with hot water and detergent soap.4. Use a bottle brush to remove any residual particles of feed.5. Turn the teat inside out, wash with hot water and detergent soap, and flush water through the feeding holes.6. Allow the parts to dry on a rack in a clean ventilated area.7. Thorough sterilisation may be achieved by one of the following methods:Boiling:Submerge all bottles and parts (on a wire rack) in a pot of water, and bring to a boil. Boil for a minimum of 6 minutes. Using clean tongs, lift all parts from the water and place upside down on a clean towel to dry.Steam sterilisation:Place all bottles and parts in an Avent® steam steriliser, or similar device, and follow the manufacturer's instructions.Microwave sterilisation:Place all bottles and parts in a Avent® microwave steriliser, or similar device, and follow the manufacturer's instructions.Cold sterilisation:Place all bottles and parts in a suitable device employing a cold sterilisation solution method. Follow the manufacturer's instructions.8. Prior to handling the bottles and parts again, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water, and dry.