Milton Sterilising Fluid 1l
Milton Sterilising Fluid 1l
From sterilising baby's bottles to making cut flowers last longer, Milton Sterilising Fluid has plenty of merits.
- Milton Sterilising Fluid 1 Litre, effectively kills all known germs including thrush
- Add just add one capful for every five litres of cold water, in which you then immerse baby’s bottles, teats, and dummies
- Works within 30 minutes
- Can also be used to disinfect bibs, wipe down edges of cots, waterproof sheets, and covers, or clean kitchen counters
- Suitable to soak plastic, wooden and rubber toys
- Milton helps cut flowers to last twice their normal life
Sodium hypochlorite: 1.0%. Sodium chloride: 16.5%.
Usage and Instructions
First use a bottle and teat brush and warm, soapy water to thoroughly remove all milk from baby's bottles, teats, and dummies.
Then add one capful for every five litres of cold water and immerse the clean bottles, teats and dummies for at least 30 minutes before use.
Greater detail: For sterilising baby bottles and teats without boiling, first clean utensils thoroughly. After each feed rinse out the bottles and teats with cold water. Wash in soap and water using a bottle brush. Rub teats with salt inside and outside to remove milk deposit rinse with cold water. Always use cold water, as hot water hardens milk residue and inhibits effective sterilisation.
To prepare the Milton solution, use a Milton sterilising unit or a non-metallic container. Fill the unit with cold water. Add 12.5ml of Milton to every litre of water. Half a capful of Milton = 12.5ml. Note that you need to make a new Milton solution every 24 hours. Do not leave the solution in direct sunlight.
Soak utensils for 30 minutes. Place baby's bottles and teats in the Milton solution. Make sure all items are completely covered by the solution. Remove any trapped air bubbles in the bottles. Place lid on and leave for at least 30 minutes. Leave the bottle in the solution until the next feed. Wash your hands thoroughly before removing items from the solution. Drain bottles and teats. Do not rinse. Fill bottle immediately and cover teat. Use cap for ml measurement.
Milton also makes your drinking water safe. Use 2ml Milton in 1 litre of water, strain water through a clean material to remove debris, and add Milton. Let water stand for 30 minutes before drinking.
Note that coloured fabrics may be bleached by Milton Sterilising Fluid. Do not use Milton Sterilising Fluid on metallic surfaces or objects. Do not mix Milton Sterilising Fluid with other substances. Avoid contact of undiluted Milton Sterilising Fluid with skin and eyes.
If Milton Sterilising Fluid comes into contact with your eyes it may cause irritation. If so, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.
If skin contact causes irritation, rinse with flowing water. If inhaled, no adverse side effects are normally expected.
If ingested it may cause temporary discomfort. If swallowed, give large amounts of water, and get medical attention.