FRIGG Baby Dummies 6-18 Months, Latex Dummy, BPA Free Latex Soothers, 2 Pacifiers, Moon Phase Blush/Cream
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You could also use a cold water steriliser to sterilise Frigg dummies, which involves adding a chemical tablet or liquid solution like Milton into a clean, water-tight container. How often should you change your dummy? Please see our dummy listings for more information about changing your dummy. Another way is steam sterilising which is what I did when my little ones were young. We had a microwave steriliser and so everything went in there. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and voila! Again, just ensure that the dummies are cool before giving them to your little one and that there is no boiling water trapped inside the teat. Re-useable steriliser bags are also great if you are travelling.
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This gets rid of any mirco-organism that could cause your little one to be unwell. You should sterilise dummies, bottles and any other equipment at least once a day. You may need to do this more for your dummies if your little one is prone to throwing them on the floor. It is a great idea to have more than one dummy on the go at a time, to make sure that you always have one in case one gets lost or dirty. You should sterilise the dummy before its first use too. An alternatives to sterilising that aren’t recommended are putting equipment through the dishwasher, putting it in your own mouth to clean it or just rinsing things under a tap.Unfortunately, it’s not always as simple as giving your baby a dummy, but if it’s something you want to try, it’s not too complicated. Here is some general advice on using We at FRIGG Production ApS has a very strong focus on product safety and quality and therefore we have stopped production of the FRIGG SILICONE Pacifiers. We are currently reengineering the design before releasing these pacifiers again.
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The age old question that depending on who you ask you will most likely get a different answer. In a nutshell, yes you do need to sterilise Frigg dummies as they can attract so many germs that it is important that they are sterilised regularly. If you find your baby is biting on their dummy Try swapping out baby dummies for a personalised silicone teether from time to time to give your baby a way to ease tooth Babies under six months old are susceptible to germs making them unwell so all dummies should be sterilised in a cup of boiling water for five minutes. Past six months
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If you’re breastfeeding, wait to give your baby a dummy until breastfeeding has been firmly established and works well, Cherry shape teats help promote breastfeeding and ensures there is no nipple confusion. We manufactured the teat very carefully for both breastfed and bottle fed babies for this reason. From about 6 months, which is when it is advisable to start to wean your little one onto solid foods, and when they start to move around a bit more, they are a little more resistant to infections and so you may not need to sterilise their dummies as frequently, although it is recommended until your little one is 12 months old.