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How to clean and sterilise the Philips Avent Natural glass Bottle

Published on 2018-12-24

The Philips Avent Natural glass bottle is made of a glass commonly referred to as Pyrex. It provides increased resistance to scratches and thermal shocks, allowing you to sterilise/warm up your glass baby bottle.

Always clean and sterilise your Philips Avent Natural glass bottle after each use. Follow these instructions on how to clean and sterilise.

Clean your Philips Avent Natural glass bottle

Using your sink:

  1. Disassemble the bottle and nipple
  2. Clean all parts with a soft brush (only use a mild washing detergent)

Using your dishwasher

  1. Disassemble the bottle and nipple
  2. Clean all parts on the top rack of your dishwasher (only use a mild washing detergent or tablet)

Sterilise your Philips Avent Natural glass bottle

After sterilising, it is important that you wait for your glass baby bottle to cool down. As glass retains heat, it can be too hot to touch within the first minutes after the sterilising cycle has ended. Avoid cooling down a warm/hot glass baby bottle with cold water as it might not evenly cool the bottle. Instead, we highly recommend cooling it down on your countertop or on our Philips Avent Drying Rack SCF149/00.

  • Thoroughly clean your Philips Avent Natural glass bottle before sterilising it, making sure it doesn't contain any leftover milk or formula
  • For instructions on the sterilisation cycles of your Philips Avent steriliser, including cool-down times, please refer to your steriliser’s User Manual

Using a Philips Avent steriliser:

 1. Put 5 natural bottles instead of 6 into your steriliser 
 2. Make sure that the parts do not touch each other. This prevents deformation and damage.
 3. In the event that you boil your bottles, please do not put a cold bottle into hot water. Put the bottle in cold water, and let it heat from cold. 
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