It can sterilize, dry, and store items such as baby bottles, bottle nipples, pacifiers, breastpump parts, utensils, plates, teething toys. It can even sterilize mobile phones, remote controls, stuffed toys, accessories, etc.
Its ability to eliminate harmful bacteria such as Escherichia Coli, Staphylococcus Aureus, Salmonella Typhimurium, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, has been validated by KCL Korea Conformity Laboratories.
Advantages of using ECOMOM:
No Burn Risk
it does not use steam or hot water, thus, very safe for parents to use.
No Water Mess
it does not need water to steam or dip the bottles, no messy countertops when sterilzing using ECOMOM.
Dry and Store
Ecomom dries the items inside the UV cabinet, it eliminates the extra step of air drying or cloth wiping. More hygienic! No mild dew caused by steam sterilizing or conventional hot water sterilizing, does not cause water marks too!
Specs and details:
Holds up to 12 bottles and accessories.
Rack designed specifically for bottle nipple and pacifiers.
Touch screen technology.
High polish, inner embossing reflection plate.
Mirror-tinted tempered glass door & Auto shut-off mechanism for safety.
Anion feature-releases forest oriented anion to disinfect stored items and eliminates unique odor of UV sterilization.
How to use:
Wash the bottles or accessories in warm soapy water and rinse well.
Shake off the excess water well to maximize the drying function.
Load bottles or items you want to sterilize. Ensure that you spread the items out and not pile them on top of each other, as surfaces need as much exposure to light as possible for the germs to be eliminated.
Select the touch button: Choose the 3rd touch button for automatic cycle of 35 mins. Or double tap for 55 mins of cycle.
Double tapping for additional cycle time if you feel the need for additional drying or ventilation.
15 minutes or 25 minutes of sterilization process:
"This cycle is recommended for items that do not need drying or are sensitive to heat and moisture such as remote controls, cell phones, electronics, certain toys or other personal items.
Position items so that they receive optimal exposure to UV light."