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How to Use an Electric Steam Steriliser - Tommee Tippee

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Published on Jun 15, 2011

Our Closer to Nature Electric Steam Steriliser has all the streamlined looks and style of its top-selling predecessor but has a host of brilliant new features to make it stand out from the crowd.

There's a new sleek and clean-looking oval shape to mimic the shape of the Closer to Nature bottle and take up less space on the kitchen workbench.

There's a space for everything inside ... purpose-built slots for six bottles, teats and even dome tops as well as space for the tube attachments from the Closer to Nature anti-colic pus bottles.

There's a single push button which glows orange when switched on and goes off when the cycle is finished five minutes later (allow three minutes to cool down).

And as if that's not enough, the steriliser contents now stay sterile for a full 24 hours provided the lid remains closed, giving parents the chance to switch it on at bedtime -- and remove clean bottles at breakfast time.

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Michael Newman
Now do it one handed with a crying baby in one arm in a kitchen full of dirty dishes that you haven't had the time to clean with a toddler running around your feet 
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Matt Collinge
Sorry if this is a daft question, if I load six bottles, they sterilise, I open the lid and remove a bottle to feed...the other 5 bottles are no longer sterile, I have to do it again? If so, apart from if I'm feeding six babies simultaneously what is the point? I'm sure I'm missing something...
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Nadia Brobbey
Should I be doing this daily?
t w
Do you need a sterilising tablet in the bottom with the water or just water no tablet??
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Bluebells Cakery
Hi there, I have been using the steriliser but when its finished there is a lot of condensation on the bottles etc. Is this normal?
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Fong Tan Xue Fen
Hi, I use the bottles for formula and EBM. Do I need to dry the bottles after sterilising? If I don't dry them, is it ok to take them out, assemble them with the water in them before my next use?
farzana rasheed
What kind of water to use distilled water or tap water
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Ivan Drago
When placing the plastic caps on top of the Teet Lids do you push them down tightly or let them sit slightly off them to allow the steam to pass round both lids? I notice there are 3 wider parts so I'm assuming I match these up with the 3 wider parts on the base of the top tray. You never mentioned this I the video.
o0oitzJimmy
When i use mine the bottles remain wet from the condensation... Is it normal? Can I dry it with a towel? Should I leave it wet?
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Kc Jones
how much water do i put in the bottom of the steriliser
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