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Liquid Cleanser for milk bottles

This is a discussion on Liquid Cleanser for milk bottles within the Baby, Toddler, Child Health Concerns forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Hi Mummies! Wanted to find out when should I stop using d baby's liquid cleanser to wash out baby's bottles ...

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    Red face Liquid Cleanser for milk bottles

    Hi Mummies!

    Wanted to find out when should I stop using d baby's liquid cleanser to wash out baby's bottles & feeding equipment? When is it safe to use normal dishwasher detergent? Am currently using Pureen brand cleanser but wld like to know when can I switch over to using normal ones. dear son is now already 1yr old.

    Thanks in advance!

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    by 1 year old + can stop. all my freins stopped but me.

    but I continue even now... girl is 3 Yo.

    I can use it to wash vegetables too.

    kids got tummy pain sometimes. so I continue so that I avoid unnecessary distress to them....

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