Medela Quick Clean Breast Pump and Accessory Sanitizer Spray, 8 fluid ounce bottle, Eliminates 99.9% of Bacteria and Viruses with a Safe, No-Rinse Solution

April 9, 2019 - Comment

Medela’s Quick Clean Breast Pump and Accessory Sanitizer Spray is much more than just a breast pump disinfectant – though Quick Clean spray can be used to thoroughly sanitize your breast pump and its parts, this spray can also be used on all your breast milk feeding accessories, such as bottles, lids, breast shields, bottle

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Medela’s Quick Clean Breast Pump and Accessory Sanitizer Spray is much more than just a breast pump disinfectant – though Quick Clean spray can be used to thoroughly sanitize your breast pump and its parts, this spray can also be used on all your breast milk feeding accessories, such as bottles, lids, breast shields, bottle nipples, and more, and is safe for use in nursery environments. Because the CDC recommends daily cleaning and sanitization of your breast pump parts and accessories*, Medela’s Quick Clean family of products – consisting of our Quick Clean wipes, breast milk removal soap, and our sanitizer spray – are essential for convenient, effective cleaning whenever and wherever you may need it. Please note that if you plan to use this spray as a breast pump sterilizer, parts should still be washed according to your pump’s cleaning instructions and/or CDC guidelines.

What’s Included: (1) 8 fl. oz. (236 mL) bottle of Quick Clean™ Breast Pump and Accessory Sanitizer

Our sanitizer spray eliminates 99.9% of bacteria and viruses with a gentle, no-rinse solution containing no harsh chemicals, fumes, bleach, dyes, or alcohol. Safe for breast pump parts, bottles, lids, bottle nipples, and more, the Quick Clean spray can be used to effectively disinfect at home, in nursery environments, at work, or while on the go for the peace of mind that moms deserve – no matter where or when they may need a convenient, safe sanitizer.

*CDC. “Water, Sanitation & Environmentally-Related Hygiene.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevent, 15 Aug. 2017, www.cdc.gov/healthywater/hygiene/healthychildcare/infantfeeding/breastpump.html. Accessed 25 Sept. 2017.

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