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Clicks Microwave Steriliser And Bottles kills potentially harmful bacteria through heat generated by steam and does not require any special chemicals. It is a quick, easy and effective method to sterilise your baby's bottles and teats. Fits in 27 L microwaves and larger.
Clicks Fits All Bottle Sizes Microwave Steriliser
Breastmilk is best for feeding infants. Clicks microwave steriliser with 2 bottles. What does it do? The Clicks microwave steriliser kills potentially harmful bacteria through heat generated by steam and does not require any special chemicals. It is a quick, easy and effective method to sterilise your baby's bottles and teats it fits 27 L microwaves and larger. What is BPA? We at Clicks are proud of the trust placed in our products and reassure that this product is Bisphenol A (BPA) free. BPA is commonly used in a wide range of plastics and could have a negative effect on you and your baby's health. It may disrupt the working of the hormone oestrogen, especially during pregnancy, and may cause various health defects. Talk to us... 0860 254 257. www.clicks.co.za. Recyclable: paperboard sleeve. Clicks promise: If you are not entirely satisfied with this product please return it for a full refund as per our returns/exchange policy. Remember, always separate lids, caps, labels, cartons etc. before recycling.
Quantity in pack:
Clicks. Microwave steriliser. 0+ months. Fits all bottle sizes. BPA free. Bisphenol A. Includes 1 x 125 ml bottle, 1 x 250 ml bottle and 1 x tong.
Directions for use: All bottles and teats must be thoroughly cleaned in hot soapy water to remove any food or milk residue prior to sterilisation. 1. Remove the lid and rack from the unit and pour 200 ml of cold tap water into the base. (This amount will not quite cover the base of the unit). Replace the rack into the unit. 2. Load the rock with bottles (in upside-down position), plus accessories (silicone teats, discs, etc). Use the specially shaped holes in the rack to position the bottles and their various parts. Bottles should be placed upside down in the round holes or indentations. Place teats over the central post. 3. Replace the lid and place the unit in the microwave. Follow the sterilisation times indicated on the label. Do not exceed this time. Times will vary depending on the wattage of the microwave. 4. When the cycle has finished wait at least 5 minutes until steam has cooled down before removing the unit from the microwave. 5. It might be necessary to turn the lid around the base to release the slight suction caused as the unit cools. To sterilise your bottle, pour 200 ml of water into the steriliser, and heat according to the following chart: Sterilisation times: Wattage - Healing time - Heating time. Microwave ovens of: 1150 -1500 W - 3 minutes - 5 minutes. Microwave ovens of: 1000 - 1100 W - 4 minutes - 5 minutes. Microwave ovens of: 800 - 900 W - 5 minutes - 5 minutes. Microwave ovens of: 500 - 750 W - 5 minutes - 5 minutes.
Do not allow all the water to boil away. If the base is completely dry at the end of the cycle, reduce the power setting or time period during the next cycle. A small amount of water is needed throughout the process to prevent the steriliser and the microwave from overheating. Only certain items are suitable for microwave sterilisation. Do not attempt to sterilise the following in this unit: Any latex soother or teat (most modern soothers are silicone and can be sterilised in this unit). Any metal, or object containing metal (such as cutlery, bottle/teat brushes). Some rattles and toys. As a rule - check the packaging. Unless it states specifically that the item is suitable for sterilisation by microwave, assume that it is not. Do not use chemical sterilising solutions in this unit - use tap water only. Do not attempt to open or move the unit before it has cooled for five minutes. Even when the unit has cooled, always open the lid away from you to prevent steam burns. Keep out of reach of children. If you are breastfeeding your baby, using a feeding cup/bottle and teat may interfere with the baby's natural way of suckling your breast. Straws are not suitable for children under the age of 12 months. Please refer to package insert for alternative sterilisation instructions. If feeding cups and bottles are not sterilised correctly, viruses, bacteria and parasites can potentially collect on the surface causing your baby to become ill.