About this item
- Disposable baby bottle liners are pre-formed and pre-sterilized
- Convenient design grants you easy, one-handed preparation
- Strong and flexible liners hold 10oz of formula or breastmilk
Be sure you're feeding your baby from a clean and sterilized container by using these BPA-free Bottle Liners from up & up™. These disposable bottle liners can be thrown away and replaced after every use, thus ensuring that your baby's meal source is always fully sanitized. The FDA-approved liners are completely leakproof and are compatible with Playtex baby bottles.
Dimensions (Overall): 9.3 inches (H) x 9.3 inches (W) x 9.3 inches (D)
Features: Internal Vent
Includes: Bottle Liners
Compatible With: Playtex Bottles
Capacity (Volume): 10.0 ounces
Suggested Age: Newborn and Up
Certifications: FDA Approved
Protective Qualities: Leakproof
Safety and Security Features: BPA-free
Care and Cleaning: Disposable
Item Number (DPCI): 030-05-0985
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Most helpful positive reviews
Great substitute for the name brand product
5 out of 5 stars
Happy Wife — 3 years ago
I've been using these liners since we had our daughter. I can't tell any difference between these and the Playtex brand liners other than these are much cheaper. I'm very pleased with them. I love how thin they are so the milk warms up quickly. I don't use the measurements on the liners or the bottl...see moreof the reviewer's review
Good value, but don't trust measurements!
3 out of 5 stars
mary — 2 years ago
These liners worked great and were cheaper than the Playtex liners. However, be sure to measure out everything in another container! If you put 3 bottles side by side with the same amount of liquid non of them are close to measuring right according to the liner.
BETTER than Playtex
5 out of 5 stars
Mommyof3 — 1 year ago
LOVE these! They are thicker than Playtex and waaay less expensive! You will not be disappointed. I usually premeasure my water at home, fill up the bottles then add powder when baby's hungry! I always use the bottle markings to measure milk ounces.see moreof the reviewer's review