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Old 11-12-2010, 20:43
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Default Milton Sterilizing Fluid !!!

Has anyone out there found a Spanish equivalent to Milton Sterilizing fluid that is available locally?
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Old 11-12-2010, 20:55
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Hi Deanscroft. We bought sterlising tablets(not Milton though) in the local pharmacy and bought a washing up bowel to put all our grandson's bottles in. Did the job perfectly..Just needed to soak for half an hour and the solution lasts for 24 hours Mind you they were a lot more expensive than in the uk so I would take them with you as they wont take up any space in the luggage.

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Old 12-12-2010, 10:58
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Hi Deanscroft. We bought sterlising tablets(not Milton though) in the local pharmacy and bought a washing up bowel to put all our grandson's bottles in. Did the job perfectly..Just needed to soak for half an hour and the solution lasts for 24 hours Mind you they were a lot more expensive than in the uk so I would take them with you as they wont take up any space in the luggage.

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It made me smile!!

Thanks for cheering my day in the damp overcast NE.
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Old 12-12-2010, 16:40
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LOL! I would think little grandsons need all the help they can get in that department - bless them. Above and beyond the call of duty debz!
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OMG!!! Mrs Dyslexic

Mind you there are times that young Leo needs to be put in the BOWL to clean him up! Without going into too much detail how can such tiny things do the things they do The joys of being of being a grandparent
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