Milton Sterilizing Tablets
What can be sterilised?
Milton Sterilising Tablets can be used for disinfecting breast feeding equipment and all babies feeding utensils, including bottles, soothers, teething rings, small plastic toys and weaning items.
Is it easy to use?
Using Milton Sterilising Fluid or Tablets means it takes just 15 minutes to sterilise feeding equipment.
Milton solution can be kept for 24 hours so you can continue to put items in, and take them out when you are ready to use them throughout the day.
Do I need to rinse everything after using Milton?
No. The Milton solution leaves no unpleasant taste or odour, so there is no need to rinse after use – utensils can be used immediately.
DIRECTIONS: The Easy Milton Method
Immediately after use, separate components and rinse with cold water. Thoroughly wash items with warm water and detergent. Squeeze soapy water through teat holes, then rinse.
Add 2 Milton Tablets per 4 litres of clean cold water into the Milton Method Unit (or a plastic container). After squirting made-up solution through the teat holes, completely immerse all items, covering items with the white submerger plate (or a china plate) to eliminate air bubbles. Secure the lid.
READY TO USE
After soaking items in made-up Milton solution for 15 minutes minimum, items are ready for use, or on demand. Wash hands before removing items. Shake off any excess solution and use immediately. The made-up solution should be renewed every 24 hours, after washing container in warm water and detergent.
Where to use Milton?
Milton gives complete hygenic for baby and home and can be used for the following applications:
- Disinfect pre-cleaned bottles, teats, breast expression equipment, infant feeding equipment, toys and brushes.
- Disinfect pre-cleaned non-metalic jars, bottles, storage containers and chopping boards.
- Disinfect cleaned non-metalic cupboards, work surfaces, shelves, cookers, fridges and freezers by wiping with made-up solution.
- Remove stains from cups.
- Disinfect sponges, scourers, toothbrushes, home brewing equipment and many other items.