Bert & Bratt’s Portable Sterilizer

Bert and BrattI remember bringing Carter home from the hospital like it was yesterday. After a month spent in the NICU, I was terrified of every germ that was in our house. I boiled everything and it was a huge and lengthy process and traveling was a little scary. I wish I had the Bert & Bratt’s portable sterilizer then.

Portable Sterilizer Bert and Bratt
The Bert & Bratt Portable Sterilizer is adorable. I really like the owl design, and the green is gender neutral.  As for size, it’s small but a little too big to be carrying around in a diaper bag. My diaper bag was full of things like bottles, bottle warmer,  hand pump (sometimes), diapers, wet bag, wipes, extra clothes and it got pretty bulky (I had a hard time fitting it under my stroller in the basket), and I know that the Bert & Bratt Portable Sterilizer would not have fit. Instead, I would keep this in my vehicle. Chances are your vehicle wouldn’t be too far from where you are anyway.

Portable Sterilizer

The Bert & Bratt Portable Sterilizer kills up to 99.9% of bacteria such as Strep, Staph and E-Coli.

It uses UV light to kill the germs in a dual action process. It uses oxygen (from the air) and it reacts with wavelengths to create ozone, which kills germs and bacteria! While the portable sterilizer works hard, all you had to do was hold down the button and wait for four minutes. I love how there is no heat and no chemicals used to clean the soother! The portable sterilizer runs on 3 AAA batteries.

Many babies need their soother, I know moms that had back ups for their back ups. On outings things happen, maybe the first one drops on the floor in the mall and the second one was taken from another child (in which they popped it in their mouth), things happen. Which is why having a portable sterilizer makes like with a newborn that much easier.

Visit The Bert & Bratt website for more information on their product and where you can purchase it.

Comments

  1. I tell you, things have changed in 18 years since I had my first child. That is a genius invention. I wish I had one of those when my kids were little. You always are so careful with your first. I brought mine home from the NICU also so I know of what you speak.
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  2. I used to have a sterilizer for the bottles. This is a great product to keep the germs away and his adorable!
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  3. I love this! I usually carry 3-4 soothers with me… lol Back ups to the back up!
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  4. This does look like a great idea! So cute! :) I love the colour and the owl design. I should probably sterilize soothers way more than I do. I melted some once so this would be safer!!! :)
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  5. So cute! This would have been great for my boy, he was born preemie too. I understand the whole germaphob thing! We had a bottle sterilizer and warmer which you could bring in a big bag on a trip but not an everyday in the car item like this one. Thanks for sharing, will def recommend to friends! :)

  6. Laughing at Elizabeth Lampman’s comment. My one girl was a soother junkie. I carried back ups to the backup also. LOL. I love that this is such a cute design. I also could have used that when my kids were younger. Fun colours and designs sometimes make life much more interesting when you are simply executing and fulfilling the daily needs of your kids.
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