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Milton Cold Water Steriliser (White) £9.99 at Amazon Prime (£4.49 non Prime)
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Milton Cold Water Steriliser (White) £9.99 at Amazon Prime (£4.49 non Prime)

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Milton has been protecting babies for over 65 years. The Milton Cold Water Steriliser has been specifically designed for use with the Milton Method of cold water sterilisation, as recommended by professionals. It's large 5 litre capacity allows 6 bottles of any brand to be sterilised, and can also be used for sterilising breastfeeding equipment and baby accessories, including teething rings, plastic toys, soothers and weaning items. Used with Milton Sterilising Tablets or Fluid, the Milton Method kills all harmful viruses, fungi, spores and bacteria. Sterilises in 15 minutes and the solution stays sterile for 24 hours.

As always with Milton, there is no need to rinse items after sterilsation before giving them to baby.

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Rarely see this on sale heat
Heat from me!
When’s the baby due?
Perfect for home brew.
Or use a bottle of thin bleach (29p) and a bucket (£1).
It’s just a bucket. Trust me. I have one.
Never got on with these sterilisers, preferred the microwave variety as they require less planning! You’re only 4 mins away from sterile bottles!
Aidang9416/04/2020 06:57

It’s just a bucket. Trust me. I have one.


Do they not have a gismo to keep the bottles submerged any more? Maybe these are more modern than the round version we had years ago!
davester2k16/04/2020 06:51

Or use a bottle of thin bleach (29p) and a bucket (£1).


To sterilise baby bottles?
Rustyk116/04/2020 10:12

Never got on with these sterilisers, preferred the microwave variety as …Never got on with these sterilisers, preferred the microwave variety as they require less planning! You’re only 4 mins away from sterile bottles!


You can leave the stuff in the bucket of milton all day and take out when needed?
Really rate this, tried an electric steam and microwave steriliser and found this to be the easiest and always seemed cleaner too, great price
Definitely the easiest way to sterilised. Great deal
sueyc16/04/2020 12:16

You can leave the stuff in the bucket of milton all day and take out when …You can leave the stuff in the bucket of milton all day and take out when needed?


Yeh but they you have to change the water frequently and also have to have a bucket of water lying around. I’m sure it works well for some people though!
acbuyer16/04/2020 13:37

Definitely the easiest way to sterilised. Great deal


I disagree, found it a pain you have to change the water every 24hrs , fish out the bottles and parts, we had one but switched back to a normal steam steriliser.
Aidang9416/04/2020 06:57

It’s just a bucket. Trust me. I have one.


I was just wondering: “Surely this is just a bucket?”

I have a nappy bucket, which is pretty much just a bucket with a few hooks on the corners to hold a mesh bag, and was just thinking that I bet they’d call that a “cold water steriliser” too when inside is filled with cold water and sanitising powder. But, the contents could go in anything. It’s still just a bucket.
Your normal every day washing up bowl is pretty good too not even a bucket needed!
Used this myself much cheaper than having a plug in stream steriliser for the bottles.

I used to fill it up without the rank got extra couple of bottles in there.

Tried and tested product never fails.

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jdRiggs16/04/2020 10:13

Do they not have a gismo to keep the bottles submerged any more? Maybe …Do they not have a gismo to keep the bottles submerged any more? Maybe these are more modern than the round version we had years ago!


Yes they do! We got one when our little one wasn’t breastfeeding due to a tongue tie, didn’t want to spend loads on anything fancy if we didn’t need to. This was great and really easy to use. Just chuck all your stuff in and it’s ready to go in fifteen minutes.
Completely unnecessary! An old ice cream tub does exactly the same job.
On a side note the milton tablets work wonders getting stains outs of clear plastic 😃
When you have a kid your brain gets frazzled to the point where you cannot identify a bucket and some diluted bleach.
sueyc16/04/2020 12:16

You can leave the stuff in the bucket of milton all day and take out when …You can leave the stuff in the bucket of milton all day and take out when needed?


Not really. It's still bleach at the end of the day. It'll discolour plastics, for example. It turned a dark blue teething dummy thing into a see-through blueish thing after a day.
Rustyk116/04/2020 15:43

Yeh but they you have to change the water frequently and also have to have …Yeh but they you have to change the water frequently and also have to have a bucket of water lying around. I’m sure it works well for some people though!


Once a day? We have a small kitchen hardly takes up room at all
Tim_Monaghan16/04/2020 19:10

I disagree, found it a pain you have to change the water every 24hrs , …I disagree, found it a pain you have to change the water every 24hrs , fish out the bottles and parts, we had one but switched back to a normal steam steriliser.


Use bottle tongs so much easier got them for a few pounds
EllEzDee17/04/2020 01:29

Not really. It's still bleach at the end of the day. It'll discolour …Not really. It's still bleach at the end of the day. It'll discolour plastics, for example. It turned a dark blue teething dummy thing into a see-through blueish thing after a day.


Our bottles are in it all day haven't changed colour? It can affect the Teats they say
EllEzDee17/04/2020 01:29

Not really. It's still bleach at the end of the day. It'll discolour …Not really. It's still bleach at the end of the day. It'll discolour plastics, for example. It turned a dark blue teething dummy thing into a see-through blueish thing after a day.


It great at getting colour stains out of bottles though
sueyc17/04/2020 10:52

Once a day? We have a small kitchen hardly takes up room at all


Horses for courses I guess! I think it’s because we only had one bottle or so a day, so this felt like overkill to have lying around. If you are exclusively bottle feeding then I can imagine it being more worthwhile.
sueyc16/04/2020 12:15

To sterilise baby bottles?


What do you think Milton is?
davester2k17/04/2020 16:53

What do you think Milton is?


Bleach, but at a known concentration?
sueyc17/04/2020 22:29

Bleach, but at a known concentration?


Well sodium hypochlorite
jdRiggs16/04/2020 10:13

Do they not have a gismo to keep the bottles submerged any more? Maybe …Do they not have a gismo to keep the bottles submerged any more? Maybe these are more modern than the round version we had years ago!


Yeah not like it works though! I used mine cause I refuse to use anything else but it was an absolute nightmare trying to get 6 tommee tippee bottles in it. Also this is an add on item this is what I paid for it from amazon normally so no deal
oakington17916/04/2020 19:54

Completely unnecessary! An old ice cream tub does exactly the same job.


Well firstly you need a fair size of ice cream tub to hold the same amount of bottles. I put one tablet a day into mine did 24 hours. So if you use ice cream tubs you need a dozen of them.

I put like 6 bottles in mine or whatever it was (number of years ago now ) used them all up and then fresh water and new tablet and same again

Also the carry handle is handy so for 9.99 it's a no brainer.
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