Cleaning Sippy Cup Valves along with other Small Products

 

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You can do the same for sippy cup parts. Just boil a pot of water and put the parts in the water, cover and boil for five minutes. There are also stovetop bottle sterilizers available, but they’re a bit pricier than the microwave versions and more of a. Wash the cup immediately after each use.

2. FULLY disassemble the cup. Moisture and food collect in the joints between parts, which is exactly the type of place where mold can grow. Separate all straws, valves, rubber rings, plastic sliding covers, and so on.

3. Pre-rinse straws, valves, and other parts that collect food with warm water. Most rubber valves can be opened by pinching with your fingers. There are a couple glass/stainless straw cups on the market but those were all either a) leaky b) straw had a valve, so not *really* a straw cup, c) poorly reviewed and overly complicated. I had mostly given up and was using the plastic 360 cups for a while I loved that they were totally leakproof, their spoutless 360 lid, and their simple. Use a bottle brush to clean the inside of the cup.

Use a nipple brush to clean the lid of the sippy cup and the valve. If the brush doesn’t reach the tight areas, try a cotton swab. Toothpicks can also be used to scrape debris out of tight areas.

Pre-rinse straws, valves, and other parts that collect food with warm water. Most rubber valves can be opened by pinching with your fingers. Pinch the valve and run water through it to pre-rinse. 4.

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Lost a Re-Play No-Spill Sippy Cup valve? We have you covered! Details 1 No-Spill Sippy Cup replacement valve Use & Care Valve separates from lid for easy cleaning Dishwasher safe Re-Play No-Spill Sippy Cup Valves only attach to Re-Play No-Spill Sippy Cup. Nuk brand also has special built-in valves, if you just want a non-separate valve. One word of caution: the removable valves do make it easier for cleaning and making sure you’re really removing all the last juice or milk traces in the tiny nooks and crannies.

Valves can get so gross with mold (even with a cup used solely for water). So tricky!

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Nonreturnable bottles do not require the rigorous cleaning of returned bottles; a jet of hot sterile water into the temporarily inverted bottle just before filling is sufficient to remove any material that may have fallen in during storage, but, again, occasional bottles should be sampled to confirm cleanliness.

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Soak in enzymatic cleaning solution and brush to remove debris; routine use of an ultrasonic cleaner to aid in cleaning small cup hinges is recommended if problem persists; lubricate forceps with silicone oil or surgical instrument milk.

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Always clean tubes and valves on drinking hoses after each use.

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When using these products, always be sure to remove the adapter and replace the childproof cap after measuring the liquid.

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Then sanitize them in an automatic dishwasher or by rinsing with a solution of 5 milliliters (1 teaspoon) chlorine bleach to about 1 liter (1 quart) of water.

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• Thoroughly wash bottles, nipples, rings, caps, can opener, and other preparation utensils in hot soapy water and rinse thoroughly.

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As soon as possible after rinsing, the agitator, thermometers, outlet valve plug, measuring stick, and strainers should be removed, brushed, and then washed in a warm chlorinated alkaline cleaning solution followed by a coldwater rinse.

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  • I bought a similar cup for my granddaughter. And I was having the darndest time trying to figure out how to get the Liquid out of the cup! Even though I did read the instructions! This is good information to share.

  • Don’t feel bad dear,,it happens. I don’t buy those kind of cups anymore. I prefer easy to wash cup.. Yea, reading instructions is important..Thanks for sharing