Do not tie pacifier around child's neck as it presents a strangulation danger.
Please check the nipple before use by pulling. Throw away at the first signs of damage or weakness. For safety and hygiene replace the pacifier after 4 weeks of use.
Inspect carefully before each use. Pull the pacifier in all directions. Throw away at the first signs of damage or weakness. Only use dedicated pacifier holders tested to EN 12586. Never attach other ribbons or cords to a pacifier, your child may be strangled by them. Do not store a pacifier in direct sunlight or near a source of heat, or store in disinfectant ('sterilizing solution') for longer than recommended, as this may weaken the nipple. Keep the removable nipple protection away from children to avoid suffocation. Before first use, place in boiling water for 5 minutes, allow to cool, and squeeze out any trapped water from the pacifier. This is to ensure hygiene. Clean before each use. Never dip nipple in sweet substances or medication, your child may get tooth decay. Replace the pacifier after 4 weeks of use, for safety and hygiene reasons. In the event the pacifier becomes lodged in the mouth. Do not panic; it cannot be swallowed and is designed to cope with such an event. Remove from the mouth with care, as gently as possible. Always use this product under adult supervision. Keep it in a dry covered container. Pacifiers and caps are suitable for all commonly used forms of sterilization. Wash your hands thoroughly and ensure surfaces are clean before contact with sterilized components. Night time pacifiers - expose handles to light before use. The pacifier can be cleaned by washing with warm water. Do not use abrasive cleaning agents or anti-bacterial cleaners on the pacifiers. Excessive combinations of detergents may eventually cause plastic components to crack. Should this occur, replace your pacifier immediately. Do not sterilize the display case. If you need information or support, please visit the Philips website at www.philips.com/support.