How to sterilize baby bottles
Sterilizing baby bottles is just one of the daily activities parents must do to protect the health of their infant.
While the idea of sterilization may seem complicated to first time parents, the process is very simple.
Here is a guide to sterilizing baby bottles the old fashioned way — in four easy steps
Depending on the size and amount of bottles being sterilized, fill a medium to large pot with water enough to cover the baby bottles.
Turn the burner on medium and set the water to boil.
While waiting for the water to boil, disassemble the baby bottles — the nipple covers from the nipples, the lids from the bottle, and the nipples from the lids.
Once the water comes to a boil, carefully place the bottles, lids, and nipples in the water using metal or plastic tongs.
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