We all know that raising a family is not easy. It’s hard to keep up with everything! And don’t even get me started on the endless number of chores that need to be done every day.
But, one thing I have learned from being a mom is how important it is to have a clean home. Especially when you have children who are crawling and trying to explore their surroundings. It’s crucial to maintain safe and clean conditions for your baby so she can grow up happy and healthy. Wouldn’t want them playing in a dirty house, right?
In this article, we will show you the best ways to clean your Tommee Tippee steriliser so you can rest assured that your child will be safe from bacteria and germs while she plays around the house!
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, a healthy person should be able to be exposed to bacteria and germs for as long as 12 hours without experiencing any symptoms. On the other hand, an exposure to high concentrations of bacteria and germs for less than five minutes can result in serious conditions, like respiratory infection or urinary tract infection.
So, if your baby is still too young to play independently, you are required to have a steriliser that you can use to clean the surface area of your baby’s bottle before each feeding.
Unlike conventional baby bottles, which are usually watertight, you can use a Tippee steriliser to clean the surface of the bottle.
What is a steriliser?
An Ideal toy for all budget levels, Tommee Tippee’s sterilisers are the perfect products for parents who want to save some money without sacrificing safety or quality. Unlike other sterilisers on the market, the Tommee Tippee allows you to make the seal at any angle and setting. You can then store it away for later use and it won’t lose its form or shape!
Unlike other sterilisers on the market, the Tippee steriliser allows you to make the seal at any angle and setting. You can then store it away for later use and it won’t lose its form or shape! Even though it comes in different versions, the product is all the same. That is why we have chosen to just share this quick and easy way to clean the inside of your Tommee steriliser.
Why do we need to clean the steriliser?
If you have read my first article on how to clean your Tommee Tippee bowl, you know that you need to clean your bowl every 5-10 uses to ensure maximum bacteria and germs are removed from your child’s bottle.
Now, I will explain how to clean the steriliser and why you should consider doing so every time you use it. I have been using the steriliser for about 7 months now, and let me tell you, I’ve gotten my fair share of infections!
I know some people who have had their child sick, and although my child is not sick at the moment, she is also crawling and exploring the house. And that’s how the germs start! So what happens is, she licks her fingers and starts to get germs all over her!
These germs end up on her pacifier and she starts sucking on it.
There are endless cleaning tools you can use to clean your Tommee Tippee steriliser. But before you choose the one that suits you, make sure that you follow the directions carefully and follow the guide to cleaning the unit properly. You will need a good amount of elbow grease and patience!
The video guide on how to clean your Tommee steriliser is provided for your convenience! For a quick update on the cleaning procedure, visit our Tommee Tippee cleaning guide.