Boots Steam Steriliser Descaler Sachets Reviews
Product Type: Boots kids equipment
Newest Review: ... made the steriliser limescale free like it says. I do wish though that a company, including others as well as Boots, would ... more
Customer Boots Steam Steriliser Descaler Sachets Reviews (5)
by - written on 06/04/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
My daughter's steam steriliser (which I'll add isn't a boots one!) states that it should be regularly descaled every 4 weeks, or even more often depending on the type of water at home. I descale ours on their advice every 4 weeks just to make sure it's kept nice and clean to sterilise the endless amount of bottles, spoons and cups that we get through on a daily basis. The website of the steriliser we have actually recommends to use these descaling sachets so naturally, these were the ones I made a beeline for. To be honest though, I had found that there was very little available (in fact none!) in Tesco that were designed for this purpose so I didn't exactly have a wide . Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/08 (Very useful, 2026 readings)
Anyone who uses a steam sterilizer should clean and descale it at least every 4 weeks to keep your sterilizer scale free and efficient. I purchased this pack of steam sterilizer descaler sachets from Boots, they cost £2.25 and there are 6 x 10ml sachets, so the pack should last you around 24 weeks as you should use one sachet every 4 weeks. They are in a purple box with the name of them written in white at the top and can be found in the baby section, alongside the sterilizers. Each sachet is white with the name in blue on the front. There is no tear off section at the top, you have to cut the packet with scissors. These sachets can be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/08 (Very useful, 1034 readings)
One of the first things i read when buying a steam steriliser was how it needed descaling. I thought it was going to be really hard in fact it is so easy. The descaling sachets are £2.25 at boots for 6x sachets of descaling liquid. A steam steriliser should be descaled every 4 weeks to ensure it works correctly and as it should. To descale the steamer you have to fill with 200ml of water Then run a normal cycle Once i turns to cool down mode switch the system off from the socket. Remove the steamer lid and pour in the descaling liquid to the bottom. Leave for a while i usually leave an hour although even after 10 minutes its done ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/07/12, updated on 24/07/12 (Very useful, 134 readings)
We have used our steriliser to sterile baby bottles for about two and a half years now and it is still going well. In my opinion one of the most important things you need to do with your steriliser in order to keep it working properly and cleaning bottles properly is to keep it clean. We have a steam steriliser which basically using hot boiling water and steam to keep it clean and sterilised. I think it works really well and is really easy to use but the downside is that, because ti uses water, limescale can develop quite quickly on the inside. Now with a steamer you do not clean it in the conventional way, i.e. with washing up liquid and water, you have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/10 (Very useful, 613 readings)
I had the Avent Steam steriliser when my daughter was a baby and if I remember correctly it came with 4 or 5 descaler sachets. The amount I cleaned that steriliser meant that these didn't last me that long so a look about for some sachets was initiated. Steriliser Descaler sachets are quite important for the cleaning of your steriliser as they clear and prevent the lime scale build up in the steriliser. Ideally a steam steriliser should be cleaned and descaled once every four weeks but I done mine every two. I eventually found the sachets in a little purple box in Boots (the box is now like the one in the photo but in my experience we are going ... Read the complete review
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