Silicone straw top for slim neck bottles suitable for 240ml and 250ml, spill proof. BPS/BPA-free. Great for switching from nipple to straw.
How to use:
Remove nipple from the screw cap of Pigeon Slim Neck Bottle.
Position the silicone straw top under the screw cap.
Pull the straw top upwards until it snaps into place. Insert lower straw into the straw receiver of the silicone straw top.
Leakage may occur when the bottle is shaken strongly, even with the hood attached.
How to clean the products:
Immediately after use, rinse in warm water and wash using a Pigeon Liquid Cleanser. When cleaning the product, do not use sharp tools for valve and top hole as it may be torn. Do not leave the straw in direct sunlight or heat. When not in use, place in a dry sealed container. Clean before each use.
How to sterilize the product:
Sterilization Method : Boiling, Steam, Chemical
Boiling/Steaming sterilization: Thoroughly wash the nipple, bottle, cap and hood, and place in water. Bring the water to a boil. Sterilize for 5 minutes after the water comes to a boil.
Chemical sterilization and microwave sterilization are possible. Use sterilizing products specifically for baby bottles and nipples. Follow the instructions in the user’s manual for these products. With chemical sterilization, the printing on the bottle may fade.
Avoid putting hot liquid, formula milk, or carbonated liquids in the bottle as the air pressure inside the bottle will increase and leakages might occur from the tip of the straw.
Straws are not suitable for child under 6 months. Continuous and prolong sucking of fluid will cause tooth decay. Always check temperature of drink before feeding. The straw amy be worn by biting. Special attention is needed for teething child.
Lifespan of product:
For the silicone nipple, rotate the use of 2 or more nipples for about 2 months before replacing them (boiling, steam and chemical). If you see any stubborn milk stains, scratches or discolouration on the Nipple, it is an indication to consider changing to new nursing bottles.
Recommend to change nursing bottles (applicable to all types of materials if using boiling, steam & chemical sterilizations) every 6-12 months for hygiene purposes.