sterilising

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  1. ronnie1234

    ronnie1234 One child aged five

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    Do you sterilise the bowls, spoons etc?
     
  2. nugget80

    nugget80 Well-Known Member

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    i don't... i do wash them with very hot water though and they are kept separate form our cutlery and plates... as he is constantly tring to eat the dogs ears it seems a little pointless, plus when i am out and about i have no way of keeping his spoons sterile!
     
  3. anna1986

    anna1986 mummy of 2

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    i never have sterilised my LO bowls or spoons x
     
  4. blondey

    blondey Well-Known Member

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    We don't. Just wash in the dishwasher as we do with our stuff.

    The reason you sterilise bottles is because the milk breeds bacteria very well. Whereas you wouldn't have this problem with normal foods.
     
  5. cat lover

    cat lover Mummy to 2 girls

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    no but i wash them separately from our stuff and with a different scourer xx
     
  6. amy_1234

    amy_1234 Mummy to Olivia

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    You only have to wash them with warm soapy water x
     
  7. Supermaiden

    Supermaiden Well-Known Member

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    I sterilise them, but I didnt know any different lol!
     

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