Playtex Drop-Ins Disposable Bottle Liners 8-Ounce - 50 Each.
Playtex Drop-Ins Disposable Bottle Liners 8-Ounce - 50 Each.0 0.0
- SKU: 065500
- UPC: 07830005476
- Size: 50 Each.
- Manufacturer: PLAYTEX
Better for baby - better for mother.
For best performance, use only Playtex Drop-Ins Pre-Formed Soft Bottle Liners with Playtex Nursers. Pre-sterilized and disposable for a fresh, clean liner for every feeding. Soft bottle liners collapse as baby feeds, for less air, which means less gas, spitting up and colic discomfort. Pre-formed - so convenient and easy to use, you can even assemble with one hand! Pre-calibrated ounce markings for easy measuring. 100% leak-free - guaranteed.
PURPOSE: Bottle Liners
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are using these new expandable Drop-Ins liners in your current Nurser, use the liner for ounce/mL measurements, not the holder. Our new holders have updated ounce markings to match the new liners. Go to www.playtexbaby.com for more information. 1. Open package at bottom, remove liner. 2. Place liner into Nurser and fill. 3. Pull nipple through retainer ring and screw onto Nurser. 4. Discard after single use. NOTE: Do not allow sharp objects such as fingernails or rings to come into contact with the liner. Warming Instructions: Either: A. Warm liquid in the assembled Nurser by placing Nurser under hot tap or in a pan of warm water removed from heat source. Or: B. Before pouring into assembled Nurser, warm liquid in separate container and cool to lukewarm (at least 15 minutes if boiled). Always test liquid temperature on inside of wrist before giving to baby.
Failure to follow the instructions below may cause liner to burst, spilling hot liquid and causing injury. Do not boil any liquid, heat in microwave oven or sterilize inside the liner or Nurser. Do not heat Nurser directly on a heat source. Do not shake or mix contents of Nurser while liquid is hot. Do not give Nurser to baby if hot to the touch. To avoid injury, do not let baby walk with Nurser. Do not put baby to bed with Nurser. Prolonged contact with liquids may cause severe tooth decay. Ask your doctor or dentist for more information.