When you’re pregnant, you stock up on mother and baby items, and when the baby grows up, you find that they’ve accumulated all over the house and you end up with no place to put them.
A high utilisation rate means that the items are used more often every day and will be functional for a longer period of time as the baby grows up, rather than being a temporary solution to a temporary need and then being used for a while before being put to dust.
As a mother who has strict requirements for the quality of her baby’s life and environment, new mother nursing products such as a steriliser is essential. The immune system of a newborn baby is not yet fully developed and the body’s resistance and immunity are weak, so it cannot even rely on itself to fight certain viruses. On the one hand, your baby needs to have a constant intake of breast milk to promote her development and strengthen her immune system, and on the other hand, her bottle and teat are in direct contact with her mouth and are used several times a day, so it is important that they are clean and hygienic. I don’t want my baby to become unwell, sick or anything else because I didn’t do it right.
It is important to dry and disinfect baby’s food after washing it, otherwise water stains left inside can breed bacteria and cause secondary contamination. Many mothers make the mistake of thinking that a hot water bottle will clean the bottle, but this is a big mistake. We all know that dairy products are very perishable! So if the bottle is not cleaned and there is residue, it will only accelerate the growth of bacteria.
Many people like to scald their cutlery with boiling water before eating to eliminate bacteria on the cutlery, but the truth is that scalding cutlery with boiling water is not an effective sterilisation method, it is just a form of psychological comfort. Although heat sterilisation is indeed a form of sterilisation, it requires constant high temperatures and a certain amount of time, i.e. a long time in water, to achieve the sterilising effect.
However, most of the items used by babies are plastic and silicone, some of which are not heat resistant and are prone to deformation and may release harmful substances in the water. Some items, although heat resistant, are not suitable for prolonged steaming in boiling water.