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Unless they're glass! We switched to pyrex bottles towards the end because all of our plastic ones went white and began to crack. We had to buy new ones so we went with glass so that we could use them again with any other children.
If you're worried about your child throwing a glass bottle (because they will) the kind we got has a rubber ring at the top and bottom so that when it hits the floor it hits just the rubber bits. You can also buy these lil leashes to velcro around the bottle so when they throw it it will catch and then swing out of harm's way My daycare at the time was nervous about using glass so I brought in our sippy leash and had no problems.
I am gonna go out on a limb and be the only one that says I LOVED my sterilizer! I used it for bottles and nipples because my DD was preemie. But I also used it for pacifiers, toys and teething rings. It is definitely NOT necessary, but I did enjoy mine. It wore out after using it for two kids and I don't think I can justify buying a new one. My first was a baby shower present.
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