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Do you have a question about using your Tommee Tippee Travel Bottle and Food Warmer? Find the answer here.
Here’s a step by step guide to all the component parts and how they can be fitted again.
For hygiene purposes, we strongly advise to give it a quick wash with warm soapy water, wiping with a clean damp cloth before first use.
Hand washing in warm soapy water is the best way to wash the flask - it won’t get on too well in your dishwasher so please don’t do this!
You should clean your flask before and after each use. The most effective way to wash the flask is in warm soapy water, making sure to rinse thoroughly afterwards. You should ensure the flask is dried before storage.
Descaling your insulated flask will help keep everything in working order. To de-scale use white vinegar, pour into the flask and shake vigorously, empty out the vinegar and ensure the flask is rinsed thoroughly afterwards.
Please avoid using solvents or harsh chemical as damage can occur.
Feel free to pop this in the dishwasher with all the other washing up your little one creates! If you don’t have one, simply wash in warm soapy water and rinse in clean water, ensuring that its fully dry before placing onto the flask when storing.
Do not clean with solvents or harsh chemicals as damage can occur.
That’s a tricky one, but we can certainly give you some help!
How long the water stays warm for depends on both the temperature of the water when you put it in, and the external temperature. To help keep the water hot or cold for longer, you could pre-heat or pre-chill the flask before use, however do not heat in a microwave.
There are two things to consider here:
The water from the flask is only for warming up little one’s food or milk, as the temperature at the time of using might not be at the right level to kill any bacteria that may be present in the powdered formula.
Sounds as though your flask needs to be descaled. It’s a quick and easy process, and here’s how to do it:
This is likely to be limescale that’s become loose within the flask. Descaling is a quick and easy process, and here’s how to do it: