My baby is healthy, why do I need a sanitizer?
I have a dishwasher at home, can't I use that?
- Don’t wash bottles with the dirty dishes.
- Not energy efficient to wash a few bottles.
- Takes couple hours.
- You have to spend time relocating to a storage unit after drying, which also increases the chance of cross-contamination.
After the birth of my second daughter the milk bank I donate to require the use of an approved and tested sterilizer in order to maintain a higher level of sterilization. No longer were microwaving parts in a steam bag approved. Only 2 sterilizers were approved for use while donating. The Wabi steam sterilizer was one of them. To date, I’ve not had any of my donated milk fail testing while using the Wabi steam sterilizer. I know the Wabi is 100% to thank for that.
I used this with my 1st son to sterilize his bottles and all of my pumping equipment. I love how large and open the main cavity is, additionally that it’s deep and I was still able to use the shelf attachment for smaller items like nipples. Super easy to use. A few years later; I am now pregnant with my second and was in touch with Wabi about refreshing my old system to make sure it was up to date. I have to say – they were awesome! Truly great customer service, excellent response time and very efficient!
We absolutely love our Wabi. Being able to set the sterilizing time on top of having the drying feature gives us so much more peace of mind then any other unit we’ve used in the past. I cannot tell you how much that means when any exposure to bacteria can lead to life threatening colonization within the lung of a CF patient. Your unit has lifted some of that worry which in turn lightens the load of the very heavy burden that comes with managing CF care. I would and have recommended this unit to other CF families.