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Milton Antibacterial Surface Wipes (Pack of 30)

Milton Antibacterial Surface Wipes (Pack of 30)

'Does the job and leaves a clean smell behind!'

New Grandma - Midlands

5 star rating
(2 Reviews)
£2.29
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Milton Sterilising Fluid 500ml

Milton Sterilising Fluid 500ml

'much better than steaming as products stay sterile for 24 hours in the solution. you can take and add...'

miss s - birmingham

4.5 star rating
(4 Reviews)
£1.99
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Milton Mini Portable Soother Steriliser Purple

Milton Mini Portable Soother Steriliser Purple

'I never knew Milton did products like this, I've only had my Milton Mini a few days and its a Godsend! Now...'

SarahJ - Ely

4.5 star rating
(13 Reviews)
£6.99
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Milton Combi Microwave & Cold Water Steriliser White

Milton Combi Microwave & Cold Water Steriliser White

'I received the steriliser on time it was a great and easy service. I'm very happy with the product, it is...'

Azrah - London

5 star rating
(10 Reviews)
£24.99
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Milton cold Water Steriliser

'Looks handy, a bit expensive for what it is'

Holmul - Leeds

5 star rating
(5 Reviews)
£14.99
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Milton Mini Portable Soother Steriliser Blue

Milton Mini Portable Soother Steriliser Blue

'Ordered at 18.45 delivered following morning at 8.30 incredibly fast dispatch.'

Vicki - Hertfordshire

5 star rating
(5 Reviews)
£6.99
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Milton Solo Microwave & Cold Water Single Bottle Steriliser

Milton Solo Microwave & Cold Water Single Bottle Steriliser

'Handy for when travelling but could do with being slightly bigger as I use the Dr Browns bottles which are...'

witsend79 - Port Talbot

4.5 star rating
(2 Reviews)
£10.99
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Milton

Milton
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Milton has been used in hospitals and homes for over 60 years and has a fascinating history. Originally, the Milton solution was used in the First World War as a disinfectant. It was taken into the trenches to treat burns to the skin, as well as the effects of gas and chemical attacks. The Milton Pharmaceutical Company was founded in 1916 and the products take their name from the famous poet John Milton (1608-1674), author of Paradise Lost. After the First World War, Milton continued to be used as a general antiseptic, disinfectant and food preservative, as well as being used widely in surgical procedures in hospital. During the late 1940's there was a widespread outbreak of gastroenteritis, which led to the death of 4,500 babies under the age of 1 year*. The outbreak was traced back to poorly cleaned baby feeding equipment.

At that time, the only way to sterilise bottles was to boil them for a few minutes in a saucepan, and the Ministry of Health approached the manufacturers of Milton to develop a safe and easy way to sterilise baby equipment. It was then that the Milton Method was born and it has been credited with saving many babies lives over the years. The Milton Method is still widely accepted by hospitals as a superior sterilisation method to boiling and is supported by extensive clinical research and data. Over 90 years of extensive use are evidence that Milton is not just easy and convenient, but also highly effective and reliable


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