Your baby comes with a lot of stuff. From the overflow of bottles bursting out of the kitchen cabinets to the teething rings, sippy cups, pint-sized toys, gizmos, gadgets and everything else that has invaded your house, the growing mountain of baby gear may make you want to run away to anywhere that’s less cluttered than your home is right now. That said, organizing your baby’s feeding products doesn’t have to include complicated storage units that take over your kitchen, require some serious assembly or distract from your home décor. How? Simple – the UviCube!
The UviCube uses UV light to safely dry and disinfect your baby’s bottles. Not only does it eliminate harmful bacteria that can build up on bottles, but you can also use it to sanitize the bottle’s nipples, sippy cups, pacifiers and other feeding items. The sanitizing doesn’t stop there. The UviCube also sanitizes all of those non-feeding items that still end up in your baby’s mouth, such as toys, your TV remote and even your cell phone. It does all this while taking up about as much room as your toaster oven and without any harsh chemicals, moisture or hazardous high heat.
What does the safe sanitizing power of the UviCube have to do with storage and organization? Sure, it has a germicidal UV lamp that disinfects your baby’s feeding gear, but doesn’t that mean you still have to put the feeding products somewhere after? Not really. Traditional sterilization methods that use boiling water require pots, pans and separate drying racks that spill across your kitchen counters. In contrast, the UviCube is an all-in-one device. Instead of having to boil bottles, take them out with tongs and let them cool before moving on to the drying step and then (finally) the storage part of the process, you can stream-line cleaning and do it all at the same time in the same place.
Chances are if you’re using the traditional method you’re going to eventually make one of those bleary-eyed “I haven’t slept in what seems like weeks” mistakes and accidentally contaminate the bottles or nipples at some point in the process. That doesn’t even include the fact that tossing your freshly cleaned bottles back into a germy cabinet or leaving them on the kitchen counter (where you also prep raw meat) isn’t exactly clean. With the UviCube you can simply leave your sanitized stash inside after the process is complete. The unit fits up to six bottles, depending on the brand’s size. That eliminates the need to organize baby feeding products separately, making your life easier and your home cleaner!