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Old 08-23-2007, 03:17 PM   #1
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Heating glass bottles?

Ok I succumbed to the BPA scare and got glass bottles. Well, I just heated one in our regular way and it was WWAAAYYYYY to hot to feed her. The bottle was prefilled and in the fridge. I put it in the munchkin bottle warmer until it beeped.

So if you use glass, how do you heat it?

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Re: Heating glass bottles?

I'm interested to find out this one. I'm going to toss all the Avent and gerber bottles we have and get glass for the foster babies.
I use a first years bottle warmer. So I wonder how long. they become luke warm when I do them normally, refrigerated in plastic.
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Re: Heating glass bottles?

my girlfriend uses them and she just heats the bottle in boiling water in a pot
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Just place the bottle in a cup of warm, not too warm water to warm...
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Re: Heating glass bottles?

We didn't use glass, but we always warmed bottles in a cup of hot, but not too hot, water. It probably takes longer, but they never end up being too hot.
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Re: Heating glass bottles?

I plan to warm them the same way i did my plastic, just running hot water from the sink into a mug with the bottle in it.
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I plan to warm them the same way i did my plastic, just running hot water from the sink into a mug with the bottle in it.
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Re: Heating glass bottles?

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We didn't use glass, but we always warmed bottles in a cup of hot, but not too hot, water. It probably takes longer, but they never end up being too hot.

Did this today and it worked great!
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