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Especially in the first months of your baby's life, you should pay attention to good hygiene because his immune system is not yet able to cope with pathogenic germs. With a vaporizer, you can easily sterilize baby bottles, accessories and pacifiers and thus protect your baby from germs and bacteria, so you can enjoy the time with your little darling without having to worry about sickness.

What do I need a vaporizer for?

Everything your baby puts in his mouth should be regularly sterilized, for example, pacifiers or teething rings. If you bottle feed your baby, the bottles also must be cleaned and sterilized after each use. This is also true for a breast pump, you also have to disinfect the accessories regularly.
A sterilizer is not only practical but also safe. Once turned on, the device runs by itself and turns off automatically once the sterilization process is completed. Compared to boiling things in a saucepan, this method is energy-saving and you don't have to run the risk of burning your fingers when taking things out of the boiling water.

How does a vaporizer work?

A vaporizer, sometimes called a sterilizer, sterilizes baby bottles and accessories with hot steam. No additional chemicals, such as disinfectants, are needed to effectively kill bacteria. Simply pour the specified amount of water into the unit, place the bottles and accessories in the insert, cover the lid, and turn it on.

Can I leave the baby bottles in the unit after disinfection?

Yes. In fact, it makes a lot of sense to do so because they remain sterile in the sterilizer for three hours after the process.

Is there also a vaporizer with a drying function?

Yes, the VapoDry vaporizer not only sterilizes baby bottles but also dries them afterwards, ensuring they're ready for immediate use whenever you need them.

Can the vaporizer also clean bottles?

No, only clean items may be used in the vaporizer. It is best to rinse the baby bottles immediately after use with hot water and a mild detergent so that no food residue can dry in them. Once a day, all bottles should then be placed in the sterilizer.

How long does disinfection take?

Disinfection takes about 10 minutes. Afterwards, you can remove the bottles and dry them or leave them in the device. They will remain sterile in the device for another three hours.

Will my bottles fit in the vaporizer?

We do not manufacture our own baby bottles, so when we developed our vaporizers, we made sure that they were compatible with as many common varieties of baby bottles as possible.

Can I also disinfect my vials in the microwave?

The microwave beams alone do not guarantee that the vials are sufficiently sterilized, but additional treatment with steam can also be carried out in the microwave. Our VapoStar easily turns your microwave into a vaporizer.

What is that brown coating on the bottom?

The brown spots are burnt-in lime. Regularly descaling the device ensures that the heating plate is clean and that the appliance works as intended.

Does my device rust?

No, the heating plate is made of stainless steel and does not rust. The brown spots on the heating plate are burnt-in limescale, which can be easily removed.

How often do I have to descale the device?

It depends on the lime content of the water. If the water is low in lime, it is sufficient to decalcify the device every four weeks. In some regions, however, it is necessary to de-scale weekly. It is best to inspect the heating plate regularly. A light white coating is not yet a problem, but if the lime layer becomes thicker or turns brown, then you should descale the device.

How do I descale my vaporizer?

All common household remedies can be used for descaling. We advise you to use citric acid because it does not smell as unpleasant as vinegar, a great option that you can use is reer's organic quick descaler.