Long-term use of disposable feeding bottles , the cleanliness after reuse is far worse than before. In addition to completely disinfecting the feeding bottles, the purchase of new feeding bottles from the beginning will be more healthy and clean. For the sake of your baby's health, it is necessary to develop a good habit of replacing new bottles on time, usually once every 4-6 months.
Baby bottles are good friends for babies. Moms always pay attention to the shape of the bottle when they buy the bottle. But do you know that the bottle has a shelf life?
At that time, there were three types of baby bottles that mothers could buy on the market, plastic bottles , glass bottles and stainless steel bottles. Three types of baby bottles with different information also have very different shelf lives. Plastic bottles have a shelf life of 3-5 years, stainless steel materials have a shelf life of 8-10 years, and glass bottles have no shelf life and can be used for a long time. However, the long-term use of feeding bottles, the cleaning after reuse is far worse than in earlier years. In addition to completely disinfecting the feeding bottles, the purchase of new feeding bottles from the beginning will be more healthy and clean. In addition, the pacifier on the bottle is easy to age, and the pacifier needs to be replaced at least every 3 months.
Analysis of customers' misunderstandings about disposable bottles :
1. The disposable bottle has no taste, the more transparent the bottle body, the better the quality of the bottle
2.pp bottle made of 2.pp material will have a little plastic taste. It can be eliminated by sterilizing in boiling water for 3-5 minutes before use. Generally, it will not taste when taken out. Do not leave it for too long to avoid sticking. Deformed to the bottom of the pot; the bottle body made of PP material has a foggy feeling. If there are overheating and transparent on the market, be careful of the chemical raw materials that may be added to the inside.
3. The pacifier will sag during the baby's non-stop emergency suction process, which is a defect and quality problem
The pacifiers are different according to the design concepts of various manufacturers. Some manufacturers are forced to stop the pacifier to prevent the baby from sucking too quickly. As long as the baby breathes back, the pacifier can usually be restored. .