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  • Will the Milton Sterilising Fluid or Tablets kill Candida albicans, the fungi responsible for thrush?

    All the Milton products will kill Candida albicans (the agent responsible for thrush).

  • How long does Milton take to work?

    Items are ready for use after just 15 minutes of complete immersion in the Milton solution but can be left soaking for up to 24 hours. Items can be added and removed to and from the solution throughout the day as and when they are needed.

  • How long will a bottle stay sterile after being removed from the Milton solution?

    Bottles should be filled immediately after removal from the Milton solution. Teats should be covered.

  • Do you have to rinse bottles and teats before using them?

    After removing from the Milton solution, bottles and teats can be drained and used immediately - no need to rinse.

    The WHO (World Health Organisation) considers that the acceptable level of chlorine for drinking water is at 5 mg/l that 0.5% of the solution. In the Milton sterilising solution (made up either with the Sterilising Fluid or Tablets) there is 0.012% of chlorine which is far less than the level accepted by the WHO. This explains why it is not necessary to rinse. Also there is a risk of contaminating the baby accessories again by rinsing them.

Mini Sterilising Tablets

Milton Mini sterilising tablets
  • Milton Mini sterilising tablets
  • Use only with the Mini Portable Soother Steriliser
  • Sterilises in only 15 minutes
  • Kills 99.9% of germs
  • Ideal for travel
  • No need to rinse
  • Solution works for 24 hours

Where to buy

For export enquiries, please contact l-retail@labo-rivadis.fr

The Science behind it

Anti-germ activity

  • Kills 99.9% of germs including bacteria, fungi and viruses.
  • Effective on Rotavirus (N°1 cause for gastroenteritis).

Proofs of efficacy according to European norms

  • Bactericidal: in 5 minutes EN 1040, in 15 min EN 1276 (including SARS). Effective on Listeria, Salmonella and Campylobacter.
  • Fungicidal : in 15 minutes EN 1275, EN 1650 on C.albicans (agent responsable for thrush).
  • Virucidal : in 15 minutes on Poliovirus type 1 and Adénovirus type 5 according to the protocole of EN 14476+A1. Effective on sur Coronavirus and Rotavirus.

Did you know? EN is the abbreviation for European Norm.

 

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