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We are often contacted by parents who are unsure of how often they should replace their child's pacifier. We always recommend replacing the pacifier after 4 to 8 weeks of use - of course depending on how much the baby sucks the pacifier.

Old worn out pacifiers must be discarded mostly because pacifiers get worn out over time and become porous and therefore can break easily.

Secondly, there is also a hygienic reason for replacing the pacifiers on a regular basis. The older the pacifiers become, the more bacteria will hide in them. For this reason, we recommend that you do not use a pacifier for longer than 8 weeks.

Always check the pacifier before use. Each child is different, meaning they suck pacifiers with different strengths. Therefore, before you give the pacifier to your child, you should always examine it for visible traces of wear & tear. The first thing you should do is tug at the rubber and make sure it is secured. If the rubber has dental marks, cracks, or other signs of wear, it must be discarded immediately. Never give your child pacifiers with visible damage, as it is no longer safe to use.


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