Unique and powerful, Quick Clean Micro-Steam Bags eliminate 99.9% of all harmful bacteria and germs from most breast pump parts and feeding accessories. Now you can do daily disinfecting in as fast as 3 minutes flat thanks to these easy-to-use Micro-Steam Bags. Faster than boiling and more effective than dishwashing, these bags are a real time saver for Mom. Just add water and heat in the microwave and you?re ready to go! And, these great bags are reusable too, up to 20 uses per bag. 5 reusable bags per box.
what parents are saying
used these with my pump parts - great way to sanitize things quickly. (Mar 18, 2016)
Works great to sterilize breast pump parts. It does create a build up film on your parts though especially if the water you use is hard water. Stands to tall for some microwaves. Fits most parts in it
May 26, 2017
I go through so many of these. I don't totally trust my dishwasher, so I use these for all of my pump parts, bottles and even pacifiers. Bonus, it loosens up messes in your microwave. Wipe and clean!
May 02, 2017
These are lifesavers! Or time savers, I should say. Awesome for sterilizing bottles and pump parts at the end of the day. Only wish they made a larger size to be able to sterilize more at one time
Apr 07, 2017
More convenient than boiling for 5 mins, making sure bottle and pumping things don't touch the sides or bottom of the pan. Not entirely sure how to tell if the bag should be thrown out before 20 uses.
Mar 03, 2017
Very handy for sterilizing small items like nipples and pump supplies. Doesn't fit a whole lot. Great that you can get 20 uses out of each bag but you have to keep a pen around to mark usage down
Feb 18, 2017
good for when he was in the NICU and I was in the hospital so we could sterilize them and I was taking bottles up there after I got home and I knew they were clean after dishwasher cleaning!
Jan 23, 2017
Used to clean breast pumping attachments, bottles, nipples, and teething toys. These were a travel life saver, and easy to use. Since they really aren't reusable, they aren't the most eco-friendliest.
Dec 08, 2016