Things You May Want to Know About Sterilizer

An Introduction to sterilizer

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After the cook, let the sterilizer cool for 1 hour and then clean the surface of the sterilizer BEFORE opening it. When you open the sterilizer there is a brief pressure differential that sucks some air into the sterilizer as the pressurized air inside the sterilizer escapes, and you want the area/surface as clean as possible when this happens.

Cleaning Dr Brown's Baby Bottles? of sterilizer

Hi, I am the mom of two young boys so I follow mom blogs. But I also work for Dr. Brown's so I thought I could help you with your question. I hope the info helps!

First of all, regarding the microwave sterilizer, there should have been instructions included in the sterilizer box. I have the instructions in text format as well as in PDF format. I pasted the text format below but it references diagrams which aren't visible in this format. I can e-mail the PDF version to you if you want.

Regarding the washing of the bottles... Bottles should be washed with hot soapy water or in a dishwasher prior to using the sterilizer. The sterilizer is not intended to take the place of washing and will not clean the bottles.

After the sanitizing cycle is completed wait at least 3 minutes before removing the sterilizer from the microwave, the bottles can then be placed on a drying rack or and dish rack to dry. Bottles should never be assembled if there is any moisture in the bottle, inserts, reservoirs or nipples because this can cause mold.

Cleaning And Assembly

•Fully disassemble all parts of the feeding bottle before each use.

•Thoroughly wash and rinse all parts in hot water and detergent.

•Carefully clean nipples, inserts and reservoirs, making sure each hole is completely clean and clear. Be sure to follow the Instructions Sheet supplied with the baby bottles.

•Rinse the lid, steam plate and bottom of the Steam Sterilizer thoroughly with clean water.

•Place the steam plate onto the bottom, then turn it 90° to ensure that it is in a secure, fixed position. (See Diagram A)

•Pour 6 ounces of water into the center of the bottom. Use a graduated feeding bottle to measure the correct amount.

Warning: Never put any liquid other than tap water into the sterilizer.

Note: Failure to add the right amount

of water may cause damage to the products and/or your microwave.

For Use With Wide-Neck Bottles

And Related Parts

•Up to four wide-neck bottles can be sterilized at one time.

•Place the bottle neck facing downward and direct it into the round hole with "" stands. (See Diagram B)

•Insert the nipple into the collar, then place it between the bottles. (See Diagram C) Note: After sterilization, hold the outer part of the bottle collar to assemble to avoid nipple contamination.

•Place the insert downward into the bottle cover (bottle cover should face down-ward), then position in the middle of the steam plate. (See Diagram D)

•Place the reservoirs with the nipples and bottles, then position stoppers near the bottles. (See Diagram E)

For Use With Standard Bottles

And Related Parts

•Up to four standard bottles can be sterilized at one time.

•Push the bottles into the steam plate's crescent-shaped holes so that they are supported at an approximately 30° to 40° angle. (See Diagram F)

•Insert the nipple downward into bottle collar, then direct it into the round hole with "" stands. (See Diagram G)

•Note: After sterilization, hold the outer part of the bottle collar to assemble to avoid nipple contamination.

•Place the insert upward, in between the bottle and bottle collar. (See Diagram H)

•Bottle covers can be placed in the middle of the steam plate.

(See Diagram I)

•Place the reservoirs with the bottle collars, then position stoppers near the bottles. (See Diagram J)

Microwave Instructions

•After properly positioning bottles and parts, place the lid on the sterilizer and insert into microwave. Note: The sterilizer should be placed in the center of the microwave.

•The exact time necessary to sterilize the bottles depends on the microwave wattage. Please see the attached TABLE for the correct time.

•Warning: Wait at least three minutes after the sanitizing cycle has been completed before removing the sterilizer from the microwave to prevent the risk of scalding. Keep out of the reach

of children.

Microwave Water Sanitizing time Cooling time

wattage (ounces) (minutes) (minutes)

1000-1100W 6 5 3

800-900W 6 6 3

500-700W 6 8 3

Note: The Dr. Brown's Microwave Steam Sterilizer is specifically designed for Dr. Brown's bottles and accessories.

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