Binky Fresh is the only UV Pacifier & Bottle nipple sanitizer that is clinically proven safe & effective in killing the most aggressive bacteria that lives & grows on your baby’s pacifiers, bottle nipples, teething toys, & sippy cups too!
Binky Fresh UV is proven to kill much more than just the common cold bacteria! it kills the most aggressive bacteria that is specific to deadly diseases!
UV light is made to last a lifetime, never needs to replace!
Binky Fresh is quick to sanitize, and easy to use! it is effective and most importantly safe for our babies.
Pacifier NOT Included. , USA FDA Registered #3010046232, Listed Medical Device #D223496
I grew up in the country. Born and raised in NC. I am a mother to 2 amazing kids, wife to an awesome husband, and all around happy person who loves my babies, being a wife, shopping, and being a homeschooler!
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Binky Fresh Review
I am a lover of all things healthy, and all things that can make my little guy safer in ANY way. When I came across this little gadget I was sort of intrigued and wanted to try it out. It has a UV light inside that helps to sanitize your little ones binkies, and for me this is really important even though Bubby doesn’t suck on one, he still likes them to chew on and they are constantly falling on the floor. For me, it just skeeves me out to think about anything in my sons mouth touching the floor, and I want it to be as clean as possible.
This makes it possible for me to feel better about my sons binkies, and I use it even after I wash them thoroughly just to be sure.
It is easy to use and operate. It takes 2 AAA batteries, and once they are in you are ready to go. You twist off the bottom, place the binkie (or bottle nipple) inside, close it by putting the bottom back on and then hold the button down for a few seconds, you will get a blinking light, and then you will hit the button again. This turns on the UV light. After about 3 minutes you can either change out the nipple or binkie, or just turn it off. You will tap the button once to pause it, and tap it again to resume, or press and hold until the light is off to power it down.
Overall, this is a great little item to have on hand, especially if you are a germ-a-phobe like me, lol.