Reusable Breastmilk Storage Bags
Reusable breastmilk storage bags are the perfect way to store your expressed breastmilk and help the environment at the same time. These bags are simple to with their unique slider lock keeping your milk secure.
Breastmilk storage bags that are leak proof!
With the flat base these reusable bags stand easily in your fridge or freezer. But rest assured, if they get knocked over, they are completely leak proof! Each bag holds up to 240ml of milk and have a measuring tool on the rear so you can see just how much milk you have expressed into this bag.
Food safe, baby safe storage bags
Made from food-grade silicone, these storage bags are safe for your baby. Silicone is a naturally bacteria resistant, helping to keep your milk fresh for longer. The Made to Milk reusable bags are BPA, BPS, lead, phthalates and plastic free so you can be sure there will be no chemical leaching in your breastmilk.
Breastmilk bags that are simple to clean
Made to Milk storage bags are easy to sterilise, being heat tolerant they can be boiled, steam sterilised and washed in the dishwasher. The easiest way to clean your breastmilk bags is to hand wash with soap and water alongside your pumping gear.
Once your breastfeeding journey is over, these bags will keep on working. Use them for snacks, soup, yoghurts at home or while out and about. With their stylish design, why wouldn’t you want to keep using them?
What the Made to Milk Reusable Breastmilk Storage Bags box contains:
- 2x silicone storage bags in with pink OR blue
- 2x matching lock sliders.
Cleaning your silicone breastmilk storage bags
Always first sterilise the silicone milk storage bag in a pot of boiling water for 2-3mins.
The simplest way to clean your milk storage bags is to hand wash with dish soap and warm water and let air dry. Some scented washing detergents may leave a residue or odour on the silicone so we like to recommend using products with little to no scent if possible.
Please note that using phosphate-free dishwashing soap may cause silicone to hold certain smells/taste. This is not considered a risk to your infant or toddler and can be minimised by adding some white vinegar to your boiling water when sterilising.