Can I hand dry baby bottles?
Make your life a little easier by purchasing a baby bottle dryer. You can eliminate the worry of bacteria, mold, and germs contaminating your baby bottles during the drying or storing process. You’ll especially love that one machine can both sterilize and dry baby bottles – saving you time and counterspace!
Do you really need a bottle drying rack?
Instead of filling up your counter space with bottles in various stages of drying, opt for a drying rack. With enough space to accommodate bottles, nipples, and even your breast pump parts, your baby’s wet bottles will be able to dry completely without being an eyesore.
Do baby bottles need to be sterilized after every use?
Do I need to sterilize my baby’s bottles? … After that, it’s not necessary to sterilize your baby’s bottles and supplies each time you feed your baby. You will need to wash bottles and nipples in hot, soapy water (or run them through the dishwasher) after every use. They can transmit bacteria if not cleaned properly.
Do you air-dry bottles after sterilizing?
After sanitizing, place items on a clean, unused dish towel or paper towel in an area protected from dirt and dust. Allow to air-dry thoroughly before storing. … Once the items are completely dry, put them back together and store them in a clean, protected area to prevent contamination.
Why use a drying rack?
Benefits. The primary benefit of using a rack in the dryer is to keep items from tumbling around and getting damaged. When you put a pair of shoes in the dryer, for example, the resulting thumping is loud, and after a while, a bit of a nuisance.
Is a bottle sterilizer worth it?
Unnecessary. According to several pediatricians we spoke to, there’s no medical reason to sterilize your baby’s bottles other than before first use unless it’s recommended by your doctor. (If your baby is immunocompromised or premature, your doctor may recommend frequent bottle sterilization.)