Cleaning: The Hevea Baby Bottle must be washed in a sterilizing solution,dishwasher or in boiling water for 5 minutes before first time use. The baby bottle can be heated up in a bottle warmer. The baby bottle can be used with teats adapted to the baby’s growth. Natural rubber teats should NOT be cleaned in a dishwasher or microwave, but sterilized in boiled water. After cleaning make sure that no water is left inside the teat. The baby bottle can be heated up in a bottle warmer.
Please note: While very durable, the glass bottle is still glass and is breakable. Always use this product with adult supervision. Irregular lines can appear on the surface of the bottle, which is normal and shall not be defined as a quality problem. Check the bottle and its accessories before each use.
Please change the bottle and use a new one once you find it broken or cracked.
Check the teat before each use and throw away at the first signs of damage, wear or tear as they can be choking hazards! Do not leave the feeding teat in direct sunlight or heat, or leave in a disinfectant for longer than recommended, as this may weaken the teat. Change teat/nipple after 1-2 months of use.
Always keep all components not in use out of the reach of children (feeding teat, or sealing disc. might be swallowed and are choking hazards).
Never use feeding teats as a soother. Continuous and prolonged sucking of fluids will cause tooth decay. Tooth decay in young children can occur even when non-sweetened fluids are used.
The valve in Hevea bottle teats causes pressure equalization in the bottle and reduces unrequested aerophobia during feeding. Tighten the ring securely, but do not squeeze flange or valve too much.Produced from natural rubber latex, which may cause allergic reactions. Natural rubber latex allergy symptoms include: Itching, skin redness, rash, runny nose, watery eyes. Stop usage if any symptoms occur.
This Hevea item is in accordance with the safety standard 14350-1:2004 and US CPSIA.
Made in Germany.