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Gourmia Jr.8 Bottle Digital Baby Bottle Sterilizer and Dryer w/ Hepa Filter

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Appliatech via Amazon.com has Gourmia Jr.8 Bottle Digital Baby Bottle Sterilizer and Dryer w/ Hepa Filter on sale for $59.9 - $17.99 w/ promotion code JRBOTTLE30 = $41.96. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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If you live in the Western world with a reliable water supply, there's basically no need to sterilize bottles. Decent evidence that it may do more harm than good, in regards to allergies and autoimmune diseases.
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Already own a similar one that I got on amazon for about the same price. So no need.

BUT.... I desperately need a good deal on the "Life Factory" glass baby bottles. If any mammas out there can help, would really appreciate it.
How do you like the device you own? Cleaning / Sterilizing bottles gets old quick
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Do you guys know if this is HSA eligible? Thx.
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I've been using starsan (very common sanitizer for home brewing) for our infant's bottles. Wash, rinse, and then get a minute of contact time with star San for the same level of sanitization. A bottle goes a long way since you really dilute It from its pure form. A good alternative for people with enough baby gadgets.
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If you live in the Western world with a reliable water supply, there's basically no need to sterilize bottles. Decent evidence that it may do more harm than good, in regards to allergies and autoimmune diseases.
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If you live in the Western world with a reliable water supply, there's basically no need to sterilize bottles. Decent evidence that it may do more harm than good, in regards to allergies and autoimmune diseases.
My baby gets their immunity through daycare, I don't need another avenue of germs
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Can this double as an airfryer? I love fried cod.
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My baby gets their immunity through daycare, I don't need another avenue of germs
That doesn't make any sense.
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If you live in the Western world with a reliable water supply, there's basically no need to sterilize bottles. Decent evidence that it may do more harm than good, in regards to allergies and autoimmune diseases.
Does only half of russia qualify?
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Is it better than submerging the bottles in water and boil them?
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I also wonder if this product is better than just a quick boil for 4-5min? OR. the need in me asks...is it somehow faster than 4-5 minutes...in case I dont have a super sterile one? Anyone? Give me a reason to buy it...SD bug.
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Do you guys know if this is HSA eligible? Thx.
From my findings, it is not. We looked to spend all our 2018 FSA on baby supplies, as we are expecting. Amazon has an FSA/HSA section, and FSAstore.com is also a decent option to see what would be covered vs not.
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If you want your kids to have allergies and a weak immune system, buy this.
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