Milton Maximum Protection Mini Sterilising Tablets x 50

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  • Sterilises in 15 minutes
  • Kills 99.9 percent of germs
  • No-rinse formulation
  • Use with Milton Mini Soother Steriliser
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  • Sterilises in 15 minutes
  • Kills 99.9 percent of germs
  • No-rinse formulation
  • Use with Milton Mini Soother Steriliser
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Milton® Mini Sterilising Tablets are designed to sterilise baby soothers when used with the portable Milton® Mini Soother Steriliser in just 15 minutes. Sterilising feeding equipment and anything else babies put in their mouths kills bacteria and other bugs that can cause infections in little ones whose immune systems aren’t yet fully developed. In fact the manufacturer of Milton® Mini Sterilising Tablets recommends all feeding and similar equipment be sterilised until a baby’s first birthday.
Milton® Mini Sterilising Tablets are effective against bacteria and viruses, and come in an economical pack of 50. The sterilising tablets leave no taste and there’s even no need to rinse the soother after it’s been sterilised.
To use Milton® Mini Sterilising Tablets, pour cold water up to the fill line of the Milton® Mini Soother Steriliser and add one sterilising tablet, making sure it dissolves completely. Place the soother teat into the hole in the sponge, then press down and twist to clean. Replace the lid and leave for 15 minutes, after which the soother will be sterilised and ready to use – without rinsing. You can even keep using the same sterilisation solution throughout the day (replace after 24 hours).
For full details about using Milton® Mini Sterilising Tablets, please read the instructions that come with the pack.
A pack of 50 safe and economical, special formula mini sterilising tablets from Milton designed for use with the Milton Mini Soother Steriliser.
How to sterilise
1 Clean
When at home: wash the soother in warm soapy water and rinse in cold water. Away from home: if no water is available, wipe off excess debris from the soother with a clean tissue.
2 Prepare the Solution
Important: if the sponges have dried hard then soften them by adding water before attempting to remove them.
Fill the Milton Mini with cold water to the fill line.
Add 1 Milton Mini Sterilising Tablet and ensure it dissolves fully.
Place the solid sponge first slowly in the solution at the bottom of the Mini. Secondly, position the sponge with the hole above the solid one. The two sponges should absorb all the solution, but tip away any excess fluid which has not been absorbed. Ensure that the top of the sponge with the hole is contained underneath the shoulder of the Milton Mini base.
3 Insert Soother
Insert the soother teat into the hole in the top sponge, press the soother down and twist to clean the teat.
4 Screw the Top On
5 Wait 15 mins
6 Ready to Use
No need to rinse the soother before use.

Did you know?
Soothers can be added and removed from the same solution throughout the day, as it only needs changing every 24 hours. Simply add soother to the Milton Mini and after 15 minutes it is sterilised and ready to use again, with no need to rinse.
Active Ingredient: Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate (CAS: 2893 - 78-9): 19.5% w/w
Dangerous to the environment

Warnings - Contains: 613-030-00-X Troclosene Sodium. Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment. Irritating to eyes and respiratory system. Harmful if swallowed. When in contact with an acid, releases a toxic gas. Keep out of the reach of children. If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
Take care not to splash the made-up solution when removing the soother or the sponge, as the solution may discolour fabrics. Do not empty into drains.
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