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How often should a breast pump be used?

The frequency of using a breastfeeding product breast pump depends on individual needs and circumstances. Mothers who are away from their infants may pump multiple times a day to maintain their milk supply and to fit in with their infant's feeding schedule. Mothers who predominantly breastfeed may only pump occasionally to store extra milk or to control bloating. If your baby has difficulty feeding, expressing it every 2 to 3 hours will help build and maintain a milk supply.

Is it safe to use an electric bottle brush?

Yes, electric bottle brushes are safe to use and specifically designed to improve the cleanliness of bottles, effectively removing residue and minimizing the risk of bacterial contamination. These brushes usually have features such as rotating bristles that reach all parts of the bottle to ensure thorough cleaning, sometimes more effectively than manual scrubbing. It is recommended to follow the manufacturer's maintenance guidelines.

How to use an electric bottle brush correctly?

To properly use an electric bottle brush, begin by assembling the unit according to the manufacturer's instructions, which usually include installing the proper brush head. Fill the reservoir with water and a small amount of detergent to make a cleaning solution. Insert the bottle into the brush, making sure the bottle is properly aligned for optimal cleaning. Open the brush and allow it to swirl and agitate the cleaning solution inside the bottle, scrubbing away residue and buildup. At the end of the cycle, rinse the bottle thoroughly with water to remove any soap residue.

What should I do if my breast pump breaks down?

If you are experiencing problems with your baby-feeding set breast pump, don't worry! Start by contacting our dedicated customer service team. They will provide you with personalized support, and troubleshooting steps, and quickly schedule necessary repairs or replacements. Make sure you can use your silicone baby feeding set comfortably and efficiently when you use it.

What should I do if the suction power of the wearable breast pump decreases?

If you're experiencing reduced suction with your breastfeeding products wearable breast pump, first, verify all parts are correctly assembled and undamaged. Ensure a snug fit and cleanliness. Thoroughly clean all components as residue can obstruct suction. If the problem persists, our customer service is here to help with further troubleshooting or arranging repairs.

How long can I store breast milk using breastfeeding products?

Breast milk can be safely stored using appropriate breastfeeding products as follows: at room temperature (up to 77°F or 25°C) for about 4 hours, in a refrigerator at 39°F (4°C) for up to 4 days, and in a freezer at 0°F (-18°C) or colder for about 6 months for optimal quality, though it may remain safe for up to 12 months. Always store breast milk in clean, sealed containers and label each with the date of collection to ensure proper usage and safety.

How do I clean breastfeeding products?

To clean your breastfeeding product, first disassemble all parts that came into contact with breast milk. Wash these parts thoroughly in hot, soapy water using a special cleaning brush. Rinse all parts under running water. To sterilize, use a steam sterilizer or boil the parts in water for at least five minutes. Place all parts on a clean towel or drying rack in a clean place to air dry before reassembling and storing. Please refer to the manufacturer's instructions for specific cleaning guidelines associated with each product.

What materials are bottle brushes typically made from?

Bottle brushes are usually made of materials such as nylon, silicone or sponge, and the bristles are made of plastic or stainless steel. Our bottle brushes are made of silicone, which is very soft, foams faster, cleans better, and does not absorb water. Therefore, the choice of material will affect the effectiveness, service life, and suitability of the brush for different types of bottles.

What age is appropriate for using a baby feeding set?

Infant feeding sets are typically designed for infants around 6 months of age, when most infants start eating solid foods. These sets meet the developmental needs of infants transitioning from liquids to solids, with small, easy-to-handle utensils and dishes that accommodate infants' growing ability to grasp and manipulate objects. Make sure the components of the set are safe and appropriate for your child's specific age and developmental stage.

Is silicone safe for baby feeding sets?

Yes, silicone is safe for baby feeding sets. It is a non-toxic, hypoallergenic material that does not contain harmful chemicals such as BPA, PVC or phthalates. Silicone is also resistant to heat and microorganisms, making it a good choice for baby products that require frequent cleaning and sterilization. When purchasing silicone baby feeding sets, make sure they are made of 100% food-grade silicone for safety and durability.

How durable are silicone baby feeding sets?

Silicone baby feeding sets are extremely durable. They are heat and cold resistant, retain their shape, and can withstand frequent use, washing, and sterilization without losing shape or quality. Silicone is also non-porous, which prevents the accumulation of bacteria and odors. Making silicone feeding sets a long-lasting choice for parents, they have good elasticity to withstand the wear and tear caused by frequent contact and use by children.