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    SCF753/40 Philips Avent Spout Cup
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    Philips Avent Spout Cup

    SCF753/40

    How to clean and sterilize my Philips Avent sippy cups

    It is important to clean and sterilize your Philips Avent sippy cups regularly and after each use. Below you will find more information on how to clean and sterilize them.

    Cleaning the sippy cup’s container

    To clean the sippy cup's container, simply clean it by using mild soapy water or by using the dishwasher. Follow the steps below:

    1. Disassemble the cup
    2. If cleaning using the sink, clean the cup using a soft brush with a mild washing soap and rinse them with clean water
    3. If cleaning using a dishwasher, make sure to put the bottle on the top rack

    Sterilizing the sippy cup with boiling water

    Before you sterilize your sippy cup in boiling water, make sure that you thoroughly clean your cup under clean water with mild soapy water first. Once cleaned, follow the steps below:

    1. Disassemble the cup
    2. Bring plenty of water to a boil
    3. Place all parts in boiling water for 5 minutes

    Note: To prevent deformation and damage, make sure that the cup and its parts do not touch each other or the side of the pan.

    Note: If you have Philips Avent insulated straw cup, it is important to not boil or sterilize the bottle with a steam or microwave sterilizer. Doing this will damage the product. The insulated straw cup's cap and straw can be sterilized.

    Sterilizing the sippy cup with Philips Avent Sterilizer

    Before you sterilize your sippy cup in your Philips Avent Sterilizer, make sure that you thoroughly clean your cup under clean water with mild soapy water first. Once cleaned, follow the steps below:

    1. Disassemble the cup
    2. Sterilize all parts by following the instructions in the user manual

    Note: To prevent deformation and damage, make sure that the cup and its parts do not touch each other.

    Note: If you have Philips Avent insulated straw cup, it is important to not boil or sterilize the bottle with a steam or microwave sterilizer. Doing this will damage the product. The insulated straw cup's cap and straw can be sterilized.

    The information on this page applies to the following models: SCF753/40 , SCF753/41 , SCF782/58 , SCF751/23 , SCF751/29 , SCF751/27 , SCF751/25 , SCF555/13 , SCF555/23 , SCF555/15 , SCF760/10 , SCF762/23 , SCF762/21 , SCF762/20 , SCF762/10 , SCF760/20 , SCF753/06 , SCF753/09 , SCF753/08 , SCF551/00 , SCF782/56 , SCF782/55 , SCF782/54 , SCF782/53 , SCF782/50 , SCF753/33 , SCF753/30 , SCF753/27 , SCF753/25 , SCF753/22 , SCF751/30 , SCF751/28 , SCF751/22 , SCF553/25 , SCF553/23 , SCF553/22 , SCF551/22 , SCF553/00 , SCF753/55 , SCF753/28 , SCF553/01 , SCF784/00 , SCF782/15 , SCF782/28 , SCF782/27 , SCF782/22 , SCF782/17 , SCF782/10 , SCF782/13 , SCF782/11 , SCF766/00 , SCF760/00 , SCF760/22 , SCF762/00 , SCF762/22 . Show more product numbers Show less product numbers

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