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Clicks Narrow-neck Orthodontic Teats Small 2 Pack are made with silicone rubber and designed specially for little ones aged 12 months and older. We at Clicks are proud of the trust placed in our products and reassure that this product is Bisphenol A (BPA) free.
Clicks Narrow-Neck Orthodontic Teats 2 Pack
5% of proceeds go to Clicks Moms and Babies Trust. Product information: Silicone rubber. 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. Clicks promise: If you are not entirely satisfied with this product please return it for a full refund as per our returns/ exchange policy. Talk to us... 0860 254 257. www.clicks.co.za. Recyclable: Tray PVC. Card paper.
Quantity in pack:
Clicks. Narrow-neck orthodontic teats. Silicone teats. 0+ months. Small. 2 pack. BPA free. Bisphenol A.
Directions for use: Before first use, place in boiling water for 5 minutes to sterilise. Always wash your hands before preparing feeds or feeding your baby. Keep the teat in a dry, covered container and out of direct sunlight. Care instructions: Before sterilising, wash bottles and accessories thoroughly in warm, soapy water to ensure all milk deposits are removed. Squeeze the teat to ensure any residual milk is removed. Sterilise by immersing teat in a feeding bottle sterilising solution, according to the manufacturer's instructions. To prevent damage, do not clean the bottle with, or allow it to come into contact with, solvents or harsh chemicals.
Tooth decay in young children can occur even when non-sweetened fluids are used. This can happen if the baby uses the bottle for long periods during the day, and particularly during the night when saliva flow is reduced. Do not let your baby use this item unsupervised and keep all components not in use out of reach. Before each use, pull the teat in all directions. If there are any signs of damage or weakness, discard and replace. Remember, feeding teats should not be used as a soother. Do not dip the teat in sweet substances (syrups, honey, jam, etc.) as this may lead to tooth decay and may damage the teat. Do not leave a feeding teat in direct sunlight, near heat or in sterilising solution for longer than recommended as this may weaken the teat.