FAQs

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How does the nanobébé breastmilk bottle preserve breast milk nutrients?

February 21st, 2018|

It’s all about the geometry! By spreading the milk into a thin layer across our concave surface, breastmilk is able to both cool and warm 2-3 times faster in the nanobébé than in standard bottles. Quick Cooling: The longer breast milk is left out at room temperature the bacteria within continues to grow, reducing it's nutritional value. [...]

How do I assemble my nanobébé bottle?

December 31st, 2017|

How do I disassemble my nanobébé bottle?

January 1st, 2018|

Are they BPA Free?

December 31st, 2017|

Yes! (Fun fact: part of our team were the original founders of BornFree, who were the very first to introduce BPA-free baby bottles to the market).

Does the nanobébé drying rack only fit nanobébé bottles?

December 31st, 2017|

Our nanobébé slim drying rack is perfect for all  baby feeding bottles and accessories.

Do the pegs need to be arranged in a certain order?

December 31st, 2017|

Two peg heights accommodate all bottle and accessory sizes.  The pegs are removable, so you can arrange them in whichever way suits your drying needs.

How do you clean the nanobébé drying rack?

December 31st, 2017|

Nanobébé’s compact drying rack features a detachable drip tray to collect excess water, which should be emptied and washed regularly. Wash in hot soapy water, rinse in clean water, and let dry. Do not boil or steam. Do not use bleach or any other harsh chemicals.

Are the pegs needed or can you dry flat on the rack?

December 31st, 2017|

Two peg heights accommodate all bottle and accessory sizes.  The pegs are removable, so you can arrange them in whichever way suits your drying needs.

For how long is breastmilk that has been refrigerated/frozen safe to consume?

December 10th, 2017|

We recommend following these breastmilk storage guidelines: (not for preterm babies)   Where                                          temperature                            storage time At room temperature                    66-78°F  (19-26°C)                    4-6 hour Cooler with ice [...]

How do I know that the milk is at the right temperature before feeding my baby?

December 10th, 2017|

You can check the temperature of the milk before feeding your baby by dropping a few drops on the inside of your wrist. The milk should not be hot, rather it should be at approximately body temperature.

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