A NUK pacifier will get dirty, it's inevitable. You may even notice that your baby's pacifier gets dirty when she wants it most. It never fails: when you need a moment to accomplish a task, the pacifier will hit the floor. NUK pacifiers are durable and can withstand frequent washing and infrequent sterilisation. If you find you are washing a NUK several times a day, the company makes accessories designed to keep your babies pacifier clean and give you peace of mind.
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Things you need
- Mild soap
- Antibacterial soap
Wash a NUK pacifier with mild soap and water. Pay attention to cracks and crevices where dirt and germs can hide. Examine the nipple for wear and tear to prevent a choking hazard.
Add 1/2 cup vinegar to a sink of water. Rinse the NUK and all accessories in the vinegar water solution
Place a stock pot on the stove and fill it with water. Place the NUKs inside and let the water boil. It's a good idea to have several NUKs sterilised and ready for your baby. Let the water boil for five minutes.
Remove the NUKs and place them on a clean towel to dry. Squeeze the nipples to remove condensation, if its present. Let the NUKs cool and store them until your baby needs them.
Tips and warnings
- Purchase a pacifier carrying case to hold pacifiers when you're out.
- Wash NUKs in the dishwasher on the top rack.
- Buy a pacifier cap to prevent the NUK from getting dirty if it falls on the floor.
- Clean a NUK with antibacterial soap and water if you're in a hurry.
- Never stick your baby's NUK in your mouth to clean it.
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