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Dr Brown's Deluxe Electric Bottle and Food Warmer and Sterilizer

Fast warming is at your fingertips! With the press of a few buttons, you can easily find preprogrammed warming settings for many combinations of baby bottle type, size, and temperature – from warming breast milk to heating up baby formula.

An audible alarm with auto shut-off tells you when it’s done, so there’s no risk for overheating. One-button start functioning with a great memory allows you to use your last setting to speed up your bottle prep routine – or adjust the timer and create your own custom setting.

Save even more time with the large water reservoir that heats several bottles before a refill is needed.

Even the safe steriliser is set for speedy cleaning; easily sterilise bottle teats, bottle parts, soothers, teethers – plus a whole bottle! Fits all Dr. Brown’s® bottles and most other bottle brands.

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The bestselling Dr. Brown’s™ Deluxe Bottle Warmer is now pulling double duty! Quickly and safely warm bottles and food jars – and sanitise – using steam heat with the Dr. Brown’s™ Deluxe Bottle Warmer & Steriliser.

  • Preprogrammed warming settings for variety of baby bottle types, sizes, and starting temperatures
  • Audible alarm with auto-shut off prevents overheating
  • One-button start with last-setting memory for faster warming
  • Large water reservoir heats several bottles before refilling
  • Safe steriliser cleans 99.9% of household germs from parts, soothers, and a whole bottle
  • Fits all Dr. Brown’s® Baby Bottles and most other bottle brands
How to sterilize Your Dr Brown's Bottle.
Why Sterilize Baby Bottles?

There is a difference between immune-building bacteria and bad bacteria. Often, disease-causing germs are found on items that come into contact with baby’s mouth, like baby bottles. Washing bottles in hot, soapy water is key, but some harmful bacteria can linger through even the lengthiest scrubbing and arrive after washing.

See, bacteria can cultivate through transfer, including handling bottle nipples with unwashed hands. Also from exposure, such as leaving a washed bottle on the kitchen counter when you prepped that raw chicken last night.

That’s why many parents choose to add sterilizing to your bottle cleaning process. By sterilizing,harmful bacteria is eliminated. This is especially true when bottles are first purchased and after traveling outside of the home.
At Dr. Brown’s®, we like options so let’s look at a few ways to sterilize your Dr. Brown’s bottles quickly and effectively no matter where you’re at when it’s feeding time.
Stovetop Sterilizing with Boiling Water

You just need a clean pot (or saucepan depending on bottle count), water, and a stove burner.
The plus side to stovetop sterilizing is you already have all the mechanisms. The con is that it’s the most time-consuming way to sterilize. Here are the steps:

Remove all internal parts from the bottles and place everything into a pot
Fill the pot with enough water to cover all bottle parts to make sure the bottles don’t touch an exposed area of the pot
Bring the pot of water to a boil and boil for at least five minutes
Turn off the stove and let everything cool before removing
Let bottles and parts air dry
Take care with what you use to air dry bottles. Allowing them to touch the surface of the counter can contaminate the bottles. Instead, grab Dr. Brown’s Folding Drying rack. Its designed to fit not just bottles and accessories but typical cups, bowls, and utensils. The drying rack features a raised drying platform, so you can eliminate bottle contact. The tray base collects water so your counter top doesn’t. When you’re done, fold the rack back up and store
in a clean, dry place.
The Convenience of Electric Steam Sterilizers

If you prefer convenience and ease of use, go with an electric steam sterilizer. They use steamed water that reaches high temperatures to kill bacteria. They quickly sterilize, easily clean bottles, nipples, bottle parts, and pacifiers, and leave nothing behind. If you don’t have a dishwasher, we highly recommend the electric steam sterilizer. The only downside:
They take up space.
Dr. Brown’s® Deluxe Bottle Sterilizer, has some other benefits, too. It fits all Dr. Brown’s bottles and most other bottle brands, it cleans up to 6 bottles at once, features an auto shut-off, and has an upper basket designed for a multitude of nipples, pacifiers, and internal bottle parts.

Here’s how to use it:

Remove the internal bottle tray
Fill the included measuring cup with distilled water to the designated fill line and dump
into empty sterilizer
Reinsert the tray and place bottles and reservoirs separately in designated spots
Close top, and open top basket
Place nipples with the collars around them, pacifiers, and any other parts you wish to
sterilize into the basket
Close the lid and turn on the sterilizer
Walk away because your job here is done
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