Sterilising on the move

What is sterilising?

Sterilising is basically a way of killing germs. There are 2 ways to sterilise. 1 – steaming (using an electric steriliser or by using the microwave) or 2 – using cold water and a sterilising solution, such as sterilising tablets or sterilising fluid.

You can sterilise baby’s bottles, teats and dummies and if you’re breastfeeding it’s a good idea to sterilise breast-pump parts and nipple shields too as milk (whether from you or from a tin) is the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. Milton can be used to sterilise baby’s soothers, teething rings, small plastic toys and weaning items as well. Milton makes a range of sterilising equipment so parents can rest assured that their baby’s feeding equipment is clean and germ-free. In just 15 minutes with the cold-water method, and in 2 minutes using steam sterilising in the microwave 99.9% of germs including bacteria, viruses and fungi are killed.

Mini Portable Soother Steriliser

The Milton Mini Portable Soother Steriliser safely sterilises soothers in and out of the home, giving parents peace of mind that soothers are 100% clean on demand.

The Milton Mini uses the quick, easy, safe and effective Milton method of cold water sterilising. In just 15 minutes a soother is sterile, and ready to use. The solution lasts up to 24 hours and you can store a soother in the Mini so you always have a fresh one to hand.

The Milton Mini is available in three vibrant colours – blue, green and purple. It is stylish, lightweight and watertight, making it the safe home for a child’s soother. It can be simply popped into a handbag or changing bag, or attached to a pushchair using the enclosed Velcro strap.

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  1. This would be so handy! I always carry about 4 so others as they always end up on the ground!

  2. As a child I lived in Africa, and we used Milton to sterilise fruit and salad vegetables, as tap water was not potable and would have just added more bacteria. It’s a good idea to do this if you want to eat fruit or salad while on holiday any place where the water is dodgy, e.g. India, Morocco, Egypt.

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