Tesco My Baby's Sterilising Tablets Reviews
Product Type: Tesco kids equipment
Newest Review: ... in it's own package (like a steradent!) ready to use. I didn't and don't use them often but they are a worthwhile thing to ... more
Customer Tesco My Baby's Sterilising Tablets Reviews (4)
by - written on 13/01/10, updated on 15/01/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
As new parents, we decided to stock up on anything we thought may be necessary which included sterilising tablets. A friend had mentioned to me that she needed to get some for her steriliser and being consumed with the endless list of things we needed to buy for our daughter, I picked up a pack and thought nothing more of it. As it turns out, our steriliser is an electric one and wouldn't need to use them for this, which was a shame. However we found that these tablets can be used for cold water sterilising. This being rather handy because when we go up to see my mum they don't have a steriliser, in fact neither sets of parents do. When we go up if we need to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 160 readings)
I bought a box of Tesco My Baby's Sterilising Tablets just before we went away on holiday in April. At home I had been using a microwave steam steriliser and normally on the go had used a handy reusable bag that pops in the microwave. They can be quite expesive to replace once they have been used 20 times so I opted for the sterilising tablets on holiday. Each box contains 56 tablets and I paid 71p for the box. I believe the price remains the same. The pack suggests to use one tablet for each 4 pints of water. I tended to use 2 tablets for each 'wash'. The solution is useful for 24 hours but then must be disposed of and a fresh solution making. So ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/10 (Very useful, 166 readings)
I make sure that I always have sterilising tablets in the house and I have found these tesco tablets to work just as well as other named brands. They cost 73p and there are 56 tablets in each box. The tablets are to be dissolved in cold water and they take roughly 3-4 minutes for it to be fully dissolved. The same solution can be used for upto 24 hours without the need for it to be changed and each item only needs to be left in the solution for 15 minutes until it is germ free. You need to make sure that the bottles and such have been washed before going in the steriliser as they need to be clean. The solution then gets rid of any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/12 (Very useful, 22 readings)
It's not very often that I needed to use sterilising tablets as I had a microwave steam steriliser for every day use. But when it came to travelling, I couldn't take it with me, so I bought a box of Tesco My Baby Sterilising Tablets. The box is easy to find on the baby care aisle of your Tesco (or online at Tesco.com), it's in a pale yellow and white. The box of 56 tablets cost a very reasonable 74p, though this may have changed since as this was six months ago - but it was cheaper than the brand leaders Milton and Tommee Tippee. Using the tablets is easy, you use cold water, drop one tablet in and let it dissolve (it fizzes, but the water remains ... Read the complete review
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