|Quantity||Unit price||Reference price|
|To 9||€3.45 *||€6.90 * / 1 l|
|From 10||€2.95 *||€5.90 * / 1 l|
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- Order number: 510217
- EAN: 4008600217480
- Manufacturer product ID: 10.256.401
NUK Rinse Cleaner - especially for bottles and teats
- Nature-based ingredients, free from perfume and colorants
- Particularly effective against milk protein, porridge and juice residues
- Easy and completely rinsable out
- pH skin neutral (dermatologically tested)
- Active ingredients based on renewable raw materials and easily biodegradable
The NUK 500 ml rinse cleaner for teats and bottles, baby friendly and harmless, free of perfume and dyes.
NUK Rinse Cleaner has been specially developed for cleaning baby items. The formula is based on natural ingredients which reliably remove milk, pulp and juice residues due to enzymes.
The NUK Dishwasher Cleaner is so mild that you can clean baby dishes such as baby bottles and teats, cups, baby eating utensils, but also parts of breast pumps, washable toys and other parts that come into contact with the mouth, without hesitation and suitable for babies.
How does the NUK Flush Cleaner work?
In the first months of life, baby food consists of milk and porridge food. The persistent milk proteins remain as residues in bottles, teats and baby dishes, where they form germs, bacteria and bad odours.
NUK Rinse Cleaner is so mild because we have avoided ingredients that are not necessary for cleaning baby food.
Instead, NUK Rinse Cleaner contains enzymes that are particularly effective against milk protein and thickeners. Also in nature, e.g. in digestion, enzymes help to split and dissolve proteins.
The formula of the new rinsing cleaner is based on this model from nature. Thanks to its thin consistency, the cleaner spreads quickly. The fixed proteins are cracked by the enzymes and can then be rinsed out easily and completely.
Frequently asked questions about NUK Flush Cleaner:
Do I still have to disinfect the bottles and teats after cleaning?
Babies' immune systems are not fully developed in the first few months and are therefore very sensitive. For this reason, we always recommend disinfecting bottles and teats even after thorough cleaning.
Can I use the NUK Dishwasher Cleaner for other dishes?
Of course, yes. NUK Rinse Cleaner differs from other detergents in its very mild formula. This is why NUK Rinse Cleaner cleans very gently/less aggressively. But what is good for the child can also be good for the adult.
What happens if my child comes into contact with the cleaner?
The NUK Rinse Cleaner contains no strong acids and is pH skin neutral. Therefore the skin contact with the cleaner is unproblematic.
What happens if my child gets NUK Dishwasher Cleaner in their mouth?
Basically, the consistency of the cleaner is very liquid, so that it can be rinsed out quickly and easily. So no detergent residues should be left behind which can be taken up with the next meal.
What should I do if my child accidentally swallows the cleaner?
If your child has accidentally swallowed the cleaner, seek medical advice. If necessary, the PI code printed on the back of the bottle should be indicated at the poison centre.
What happens if I use too much NUK Rinsing Agent?
That's not a problem. Simply rinse until no more foam forms. The cleaner is extra liquid so that it can be rinsed out easily and completely.
What temperature must the rinse water have?
The water should be lukewarm to warm. With very cold water, the cleaning performance cannot develop optimally.
Why does the NUK Rinse Cleaner change colour over time and become yellowish?
The ingredients of the rinsing cleaner are natural-based, therefore a colour change is possible. However, the discolouration has no effect on the quality and effectiveness of the product, it can still be used without hesitation.
|colour:||blue, red, White|
|Shipping weight:||0,5 kg|
Ingredients: Aqua, Coco Glucosid, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Formic Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Calcium Chloride, Citric Acid, Subtilisin, Mannanase, Pectinase