How to use
The Cold Water Method
Wash bottle, teats, breastfeeding equipment in warm soapy water, then rinse in cold water.
2 Prepare solution
Fill your unit with 5L of water, add 1 Milton tablet.
3 Add items
Close the lid and in just 15 minutes everything is ready to use. No need to rinse. Items can stay in the solution until needed. Renew the solution every 24 hours.
No need to rinse
Sterilises in 15 mins
Ideal for travel
Stays sterile for 24hrs
For baby items
Kills 99.9% of germs
Did you know? Items can be added or removed from the same solution throughout the day, as it only needs changing every 24 hours. Simply add a bottle to the solution and after 15 minutes it is sterilised and ready to use again with no need to rinse.
What should I sterilise? Bottles, teats, soothers, plastic feeding spoons, weaning bowls, teething rings, toys, breastfeeding accessories such as breastpump parts and milk storage containers.
Why sterilise? During your baby's first 12 months, their immune system is still developing so they need extra protection from germs.Ingredients
Active ingredient: Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate (CAS: 2893-78-9): 19.5% w/w, Contains 613-030-00-X Troclosene SodiumNet Content
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Sterilising tabletsSafety Warning
Warning: Harmful if swallowed. When in contact with an acid, releases a toxic gas. Irritant for the eyes and respiratory system. Toxic to aquatic life. Keep away from children. Keep the pack closed away from dampness. Keep away from food and drinks including animal food. When in contact with the eye, rinse well and contact a specialist. If swallowed contact a doctor and show the packaging. Do not empty in the drains. Do not throw away in the environment.
Take care not to splash the solution as it may discolour fabric.
Dangerous to the environment
Please Note: Whilst we (Doorstep Pharmacy) make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.