December 27, 2013


Autumnz - B/milk Storage Bottles (4 btls) 

Autumnz Breastmilk Storage Bottles is specially designed for safe and extended storage of breastmilk

~ White Clear ~

RM 16.90

~ Blue Ellie ~

RM 17.90

~ Lilac Sweeties ~

RM 17.90

~ Green Buzzing Bee ~

RM 17.90

~ Pinky Lamb ~

RM 17.90

  • Safe & Non toxic (BPA free and Phthalates Free)
  • US FDA approved material for safe storage
  • Made of 100% food grade polypropylene (PP) for safe & longer storage 
  • Compatible with most standard breastpumps (Spectra, Ameda, Autumnz, etc) – can pump directly into the bottle
  • Embossed ounce/ml markings for durability
Set includes:
  • 4 x 5oz PP Breastmilk Storage Bottles
  • 4 x Screw Rings
  • 4 x Sealing Discs
Storage Instructions:
  • Store milk in single serving size to avoid wastage
  • Leave some room at the top of the bottle to allow for expansion when milk freezes
  • Screw on the cover
  • Label milk with the date and time it was expressed
  • Store milk in refrigerator and freezer
    Storage Location 

    Storage Temperature
    Storage Duration 
    Room Temperature
    4 to 6 hours
    0 to 3.9°C
    3 to 5 days
    *Freezer of a two-doorrefrigerator
    -18 °C
    3 to 4 months
    *Deep freezer
    6 months or longer
               * Keep milk in the back of the freezer / refrigerator away from the door
Feeding Instructions:
  • Use milk that has been in the refrigerator or freezer the longest first
  • If stored in a freezer: Thaw frozen milk in the refrigerator first or place bottle straight in a bowl of warm water
  • If stored in a refrigerator: Place the bottle in a bowl of warm water to prepare for feeding
  • Discard any leftover milk
  • Do not refreeze thawed milk
Care Instructions:
  • Wash all bottle parts in warm soapy water and rinse with hot water before first use
  • Wash with warm soapy water and rinse well after each use. Then immerse all cleansed bottles in hot water for 15 minutes and then air dry them
  • Replace bottle when it shows signs of wear and tear
  • Avoid direct contact with stove, high heat, flame and solvents
  • Never warm or thaw breastmilk in a microwave
  • Always test the temperature of milk before feeding baby

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