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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-17-2016, 08:25 AM Thread Starter
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Do you have an appliance to sterilize toys/bottles?

I'm not sure if cleaning with soap and water is enough, should I invest in a steam sterilizer? Have any of you purchased an appliance like this - how was it?
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This is excessive. Exposure to germs helps build immunity.

Do you have a dishwasher?

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I don't use it. baby wipes is my favorite.
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i don't think that buying a steam sterilizer is very important. you can choose to wash the utensils in boiling water. The kids don't litter as much as we think because they always stay under our supervision. So you can try using the boiled water technique. Moreover, baby wipes are another best option too. You don't have to spend too much on your baby material. And anyway, little germs will only help build up immunity. Too much of security can make the body of the kid way too sensitive.
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