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Glass Feeding Bottle With Medium Flow Silicone Teat 3M+
Wide-neck glass feeding bottle with medium flow silicone teat 3Μ+. Ergonomic and wide-neck design make it easy to use and clean. Made of High-Quality Borosilicate Glass and includes super soft t...
Your Need: Feeding Bottle
Your Type: From 3 months
The KORRES Full Circle
Prepare baby food as recommended by the manufacturer. From the age of five months, gradually switch to drinking cups. Check the feeding teat and bottle before each use. Pull the teat in all directions. At the first sign of damage or defects, throw it away immediately. Cracks, bite marks, stickiness or changes in shape can lead to parts becoming detached and swallowed - risk of suffocation! Do not expose the feeding teat to direct sunlight or a heat source and never place it in disinfectant solutions (sterilization solution) for longer than recommended, as this can damage the teat. After about two months of use, replace the teat for reasons of hygiene and safety. Before each use, watch out for scratches or cracks in the bottle. They may break open which causes a risk of injury from hot bottle contents. Not suitable for heating in the microwave. Due to uneven heating there is a risk of scalding when drinking. Do not feed straight out of the bottle body for feeding and do not use the bottle for storing hot food. Please always check the temperature before feeding. Prolonged contact with liquids containing sugar (e.g. sweetened tea or juices) causes tooth decay.
CLEANING: Before using the product for the first time, disassemble it, clean it and then put the individual components in boiling water for five minutes. This is how you ensure its hygienic condition. Before each subsequent use, clean the product carefully to ensure its hygienic condition. Thoroughly clean the bottle, teat and accessories under running, warm water with normal household washing-up liquid and disinfect them regularly, e.g. by boiling for up to three minutes. Do not disinfect in a microwave oven.