Ok i heard that some bottles are not safe when you warm/boil them...just wanted to know if this was true or not...oh and which bottles are ok to boil
I have never heard of that. Most bottles are made to be boiled.
Someone correct me if I am wrong.
They should all be okay to heat/boil them. You have to heat them, to warm the milk, and you boil them to sanitize them. All bottles should be made with those capabilities. If you see a warning on the side of the packaging saying "do not heat," then don't buy them.
Yes, as long as they're BPA free. I'm pretty sure you can't find any bottles that aren't, though.
Quoting Aequitas Veritas:
You probably heard about BPA, but most are BPA-free now.
As long as they're BPA free they're fine to boil. Most are made this way now.
Avent are really good
i used to boil playtex & all the onzes number desapear
ok thanks just making sure its probably just that BPA ....i was just asking b/c i bought a bottle warmer and thats what it said on the box it says to make sure the bottle is safe/approved for warming
It is not even necessary to bol bottles anymore- they recommend boiling the nipples once a week- hot water and soap cleans them just fine or running them through a dishwasher.