When Should Feeding Bottle Teats Be Changed?

There is no doubt that one of the most commonly used baby products is the bottle. Baby bottles can be used for many different purposes, such as feeding infants when breastfeeding is inadequate, meeting the water needed to switch to other foods, or breastfeeding and storing breastmilk. In combination with development techniques, infants can easily adapt to these nutritional products because baby bottles can produce products that are compatible with the physiological structure of the mother’s breast.

Feeding Bottle Types Special for the Baby’s Needs

The bottle consists of a body and a nipple. Feed bottle models also vary depending on the type of material and nipple. The feed bottle is typically made of glass or polypropylene (PP). Glass is a natural substance that will never harm a baby. It has no odor and is very practical due to its smooth surface. Production of heat-resistant special glass bottles. Polypropylene is a lighter material than glass that is not only suitable for food contact, but also does not harm your baby’s health. In particular, the precursor is preferably a gas-free anti-colic bottle produced from the substance. By considering all the needs of the baby, we produce a variety of orthodontic, classic and new models with handles or wide sides.

Round and orthodontic nipples stand out in the baby bottle nipple model. The round head is especially suitable for newborns whose structure is close to the mother’s nipple, and the orthodontic nipple does not damage the baby’s sputum development due to its air space. The bottle nipple is made of silicone, which is a harmless, tasteless, tasteless natural substance. Of course, these products also have a certain period of use. So, how often should I change the bottle nipple?

Ideal Change Period of Teats is 4 Weeks

Silicone is a durable and durable material that is resistant to deformation and cracking. On the other hand, it is the ideal way for the mother to observe the bottle and replace the bottle when deciding to change the nipple. If the nipple loses its brightness and becomes too blunt, it should be replaced if the nipple’s hole expands and wears after being bitten. In general, the recommended time to change the nipple is once a month. However, considering the frequency of use, the number of spare bottles, the habits of the baby and other factors, the bottle nipple can be replaced every 20 days without waiting. In this case, it is important to clean the bottle properly. The life of a bottle nipple that is cleaned and maintained in the correct manner will be extended. Feeding bottles and bottle nipples should not be boiled too often. They should be boiled before first use and then cleaned or sterilized with hot water and baby products in later use. Continuous boiling can distort the product and the image of the product becomes dull and blurred.

We wish all mothers a healthy and happy life with their babies.

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