- If you have a breast pump that uses Willow tubing, the easiest way to clean it is to put it in the dishwasher on the delicate cycle.
- Make sure to remove all of the milk residue first by rinsing it with warm water and soap.
- Finally, dry it off with a paper towel.
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There are a few ways to clean a Willow pump. One way is to fill the pump with soapy water, turn it on, and wait until the water runs clear. Another way is to fill the pump with boiling water, turn it off, and wait until the water runs clear.
To sanitize Willow, you will need to mix 1 cup of white vinegar with 1 gallon of water. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and spray the leaves of the tree.
You can deep clean Willow pump parts by using a degreaser and water. Make sure to use a cloth to protect the surface you are cleaning.
If you have a natural wood pump, you can simply hang it upside down to dry. If you have a plastic or metal pump, you will need to place it in a low oven (around 150 degrees Fahrenheit) for several hours.
Yes, parts of a breast pump need to be dry before use. This is to avoid the risk of electric shock.
Vinegar is a great cleaner for pump parts. Simply fill a spray bottle with vinegar and spray the parts until they are clean.
Yes, you can sterilize Willow pump parts in a microwave. Just place the parts in a microwavable bowl and microwave on high for 1 minute.
The Willow pump will typically last around 6 hours.
Willow parts typically last between 3-5 years depending on how often they are used. If there are any noticeable issues with the Willow, such as it not spinning or making a weird noise, it is time to replace the parts.
Willow Go is not dishwasher safe.
Yes, you can use paper towel to dry pump parts. Just be sure to clean the part afterwards with a cleaner or solvent.
Parts can be refrigerated for up to three days.
There are a few ways to get milk residue off pump parts. One is to use a brush to scrub the residue off. Another is to use a degreaser.
Yes, you can air dry bottles after sterilizing.