First clean the baby‘s milk bottle, bowl wash (liquid cleanser) or dishwashing liquid then rinse properly with water.
Babies’ milk vessels are most at risk of becoming infected. The milk bottle stays packed and it is also difficult to wash.
Put the baby’s food utensils in a pan filled with water so that it does not sink properly and let the water boil.
Put the bottle in warm water to disinfect it. Whenever you need to breastfeed, clean the bottle with boiling water. Do this until the child is one year old.
Particular attention should be paid to children who are more sensitive. For babies 4-6 months, sterilize the bottle whenever you use it for a baby. Sterilize this bottle only once a week after completion of 6 months.
After 7 months, sterilize the utensils whenever you use them. Silverware does not need to be sterilized as it has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Necessarily clean the mixer jar once before blending the baby food. The mixer jar looks clean, but it contains bacteria.
To clean the mixer jar, take water in a bowl and put it in the mixer jar and turn on the mixer once. Then the water will become very dirty.
Do this until the water looks clear. Once the water is clear you can blend the baby food in that jar.
The effect of the infection
If the baby’s utensils are not clean, the baby has many health problems. Infections such as diarrhea, sore throat, and vomiting are often accompanied by fever.