Munchkin Steam Microwave Steriliser
Microwave steam sterilizers will provide you with that extra degree of sterilization for your baby’s bottles, nipples and pacifiers. Bottle sterilization is highly recommended for babies under the age of one. Microwave sterilizers work very fast and are super efficient in killing germs and a major plus point is that they don’t require electrical outlets or take up extra precious counter space in your kitchen.
You don’t want harsh chemicals anywhere near your baby and his feeding supplies, but you don’t have the counter space for a traditional bottle sterilizer, either, so how can you ensure everything is squeaky clean? The Munchkin Steam Microwave Sterilizer is a safe, natural and efficient way to kill up 99.9% of bacteria on bottles, nipples, pacifiers, teethers, small toys and breast pump accessories right in the microwave. There’s enough room to sterilize up to 4 baby bottles and 2 breast pump shields at once. This compact baby sterilizer
fits all standard microwaves and works with both regular and wide-mouth bottles. The locking tab is designed to safeguard everything inside and prevent accidental opening, too.
Winner of Babycenter's 2017 Best Baby Bottle Prep Tools
- Lightweight, compact bottle sterilizer with heat-resistant handles
- Open-away latch prevents steam burns
- Holds up to 4 bottles and 2 breast pump shields at once
- Works in all standard microwaves
Your steam sterilizer will kill germs, but not take of milk or formula residue. Wash your bottles, nipples, and other accessories with warm, soapy water and rinse them thoroughly before you put them into your microwave steam sterilizer.
Another excellent idea is to clean your microwave before sterilizing your bottles and accessories. Give your microwave a good scrub with a gentle detergent. Remove any food splatters and greasy buildup on the inside walls, door, top, and bottom of your microwave. Remember to wash your hands thoroughly before taking the bottles out of the steamer or use sterile tongs.
Baby-safe cleaning should always come this naturally.