Baby Bulb Syringe Towel Tip

The best time to use your baby bulb syringe is right after your baby gets out of the bath or shower. At this point everything in their precious little noses have softened up and is much easier to remove.

Another bonus of waiting until after bath time is that you have your little one wrapped in a towel. The towel will help keep their never moving hands down and away from their noses as you use the baby bulb syringe. The towel tip has been a big help around our house to make this part of the night run a lot smoother.

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Why use a Baby Bulb Syringe?

blue nose suckerMost children under 2 cannot blow their own noses. It is necessary to have a tool that can clear our nasal passages to let them breath easier. Children may need their noses cleared out daily especially when they have a cold or illness.

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How to use a Baby Bulb Syringe

  1. Squeeze infant bulb syringe  so there is little or no air in the bulb.
  2. Place tip gently into baby’s nostril and release bulb.
  3. You can then flush tip with warm water.
  4. Repeat all steps till job is done.

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Hard Mucus in Baby’s Nose: Try the Steam Tip

#1 humidifierWhen mucus in the nasal passageway is hard to suck out try placing a humidifier in your baby’s room. The steam from the humidifier can help loosen the hard mucous. Closing the door can help trap the moisture in the room making the steam more effective. You can also start a hot shower and stand in the bathroom holding the baby. NOTE: When using a humidifier aim the steam above the baby. Do not position the the humidifier so the steam is directly on the baby.

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Baby Nose Suction Bulb

nose sucker bulb A very interesting fact that I read online was that children catch as many as six to ten colds a year. That is a lot of mucus clearing. And in contrast grown-ups usually get only two or three colds a year. This is another reason to have a baby nose suction bulb in the house, car, diaper bag, etc.

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How to Sterilize a Baby Bulb Syringe

boiling-water1. Place infant nasal aspirator in water at 100°F

2. Let stand for 10 minutes

3. Allow water to cool, remove and rinse with rubbing alcohol

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*The information provided by Nose Sucker. com is for informational purposes only and is not a replacement for professional medical advice.