The secret of the new formulation is its nature-based enzymes. By breaking down the protein, these enzymes remove any milk and puree that remains stuck on bottles and teats, cups and plates, leaving no traces. Very simply and naturally. The cleanser can be used without a second thought, for it is a water-like liquid that disperses quickly and can be rinsed away completely afterwards.
In the first months of life, a baby’s food is first and foremost milk and puree. After feeding, leftovers remain on bottles, teats, cups and plates and germs, bacteria and bad smells can build up there.
The NUK Bottle Cleanser was therefore specially developed for cleaning baby products. The formulation is made up of nature-based ingredients: particular enzymes reliably remove any leftover milk, puree or juice. The NUK Bottle Cleanser has a thin consistency making it disperse quickly. The leftover proteins are cracked open by the enzymes and can be easily rinsed away completely. The NUK Bottle Cleanser is free of scents and colourants. This means you can clean baby cups and plates, washable toys and other things that come in contact with you baby’s mouth – without a second thought and in a way that’s right for babies.
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After I’ve cleaned the bottles and teats do I still need to sterilise them?
In the first months, a baby’s immune system is still not completely developed and so, is still very sensitive. That is why, in principle, we recommend that bottles and teats be sterilised even after thorough cleaning.
Can I use the NUK Bottle Cleanser for other tableware too?
Yes, of course. The difference between the NUK Bottle Cleanser and other washing-up liquids is that it has a very mild formula. That is why the NUK Bottle Cleanser is very gentle and less aggressive. What is good for your child, can also be good for you.
What happens if my child comes into contact with the cleanser?
The NUK Bottle Cleanser contains no strong acids and is pH-neutral to the skin. That is why there should be no problems if the cleanser comes in contact with skin.
What happens if NUK Bottle Cleanser gets into my child’s mouth?
The consistency of the cleanser is basically very liquid, so that it can be rinsed out very easily and quickly. This way no residue of the cleanser that could be taken in with the next meal should remain.
What should I do if my child accidentally swallows some cleanser?
If your child accidentally swallows some cleanser, you should seek medical advice. If necessary, the PI-Code which is printed on the back of the bottle should be given to the poison control centre.
What happens if I use too much NUK Bottle Cleanser?
That is not a problem. Just keep rinsing till no more foam is produced. That is especially why the cleanser is so liquid, so that it can be easily rinsed away completely.
What temperature should the washing-up water be?
The water should be between lukewarm and warm. In very cold water, the cleanser does not work optimally.
Why does the colour of the NUK Bottle Cleanser change over time and become yellowish?
The ingredients of the NUK Bottle Cleanser are nature-based and so a colour change is possible. However, the discoloration has no effect on the quality or effectiveness of the product and it can continue to be used safely.