Why do MAM bottles unscrew at the bottom?

Why do MAM bottles unscrew at the bottom?

The MAM bottle is unscrewed and taken apart to make it easier to clean. This makes it easy to rinse the individual parts with water and a mild cleaning agent. All individual parts become hygienically clean in any steriliser. Sterilisation before each use of the bottle is particularly important for newborns.

What are the sizes for MAM bottles?


  • 160ml Bottle.
  • 260ml Bottle.
  • 270ml Bottle.
  • 330ml Bottle.

What is MAM good for?

MAM offers the widest variety of colours and the cutest designs of the bottles we tested. As your baby feeds, a bottle’s venting system is working to make sure that air flows into the bottle instead of into his tummy, which helps reduce gas, burps and spit up—all things that are rumoured to contribute to colic.

What is the biggest size MAM bottle?

Whether you’re looking for an anti-colic baby bottle, a self-sterilising baby bottle, or an environmentally-friendly glass bottle for bottle feeding – the range comes in sizes from 130ml (4.5fl/oz) right up to 330ml (11/fl/oz) with suitable slow to fast flow teats and accessories are available.

When should I change MAM teat size?

Teats must be replaced every 1-2 months for safety and hygiene reasons.

Do bigger teats cause wind?

Consider the flow of the teat A general rule of thumb is that newborns will need a slower flowing teat, which comprises of just one small hole as bigger holes can result in them gulping too fast and having excessive wind.

How long do bottles stay sterile once removed from steriliser MAM?

No need to dry them. Officially sterile for 48 hours I think but so long as the lids are on I wouldn’t stress. To be honest with a newborn you’ll get through bottles fairly quickly anyway.

How often should you replace MAM bottles?

MAM Medium Flow Teats Teat 1 is the MAM slow flow teat which is suitable from birth or after Teat 0. Teats must be replaced every 1-2 months for safety and hygiene reasons.

When should I move to size 3 teats MAM?

around 4+months
Teat 3 is the MAM Fast Flow Teat which is suitable from around 4+months. Every baby is different and may take the fast flow sooner or later than this which is perfectly fine. Teats must be replaced every 1-2 months for safety and hygiene reasons.

Can you put MAM bottles in cold water to cool?

We don’t use these bottles for the reason they can’t be cooled. Make us the milk by adding half hot boiled water and then half premeasured cool water. You can cool them down / heat them up, you just need to unscrew the teat section before standing in water.

Can I put MAM bottles in cold water to cool?

How do you know if a teat is too big?

Signs that the teat you’re using is too big…

  1. Gulping or hard swallowing.
  2. Coughing.
  3. Choking.
  4. Excess milk dripping out of the mouth.
  5. Refusing to eat.

Why choose Mam Dummies?

The MAM bottle quickly cleans itself in three easy steps, ideal for on the go mums. With thinner, softer and flexible teat necks, MAM dummies are much more innovative than almost every other brand. Recommended by medical experts, the orthodontic MAM silk teat on a MAM dummy is ideal for aligned jaw and teeth development.

How many bottles are in the Mam baby dummy?

Thanks to the large air holes, your baby can find comfort with their colic baby dummy, without irritation to their skin. Includes components to make up 8 bottles, plus MAM bottle handles, Slow Flow Skin Soft teats, extra soft spout, and a 0-2 months MAM Start soother.

What is the difference between the Mam 0+ and 6+ Soothers?

The MAM 0+ Soothers are ideal up to the age of 6 months as they offer a smaller teat and shield for younger babies. The MAM 6+ Soothers are suitable from 6 months of age until one year as they provide a larger teat and shield than the 0+ range but a smaller teat than MAM’s 12+ soother range.

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