Caring for your Frigg pacifiers


The younger your child is, the more important it is to protect them from bacteria and viruses and maintain a good pacifier hygiene. This is partly due to the fact that a young child’s immune system doesn’t mature until they are 3-4 months old. Continue reading to learn how to properly care for your Frigg pacifiers to ensure an effective clean without compromising their structural integrity.

Pacifier cleaning - step by step:

  1. Put the pacifier in a clean bowl
  2. Pour with boiling water
  3. Let the pacifier soak for approximately 5 minutes
  4. Pick up the pacifier and let it dry
  5. Squeeze excess water out of the pacifier when it has cooled down sufficiently

Caution! Do not boil the pacifier in a pot. Frigg pacifiers are not meant to be boiled and will be ruined by the high heat.

Pacifier cleaning - how often?

Premature babies, infants, and babies up to 3 months old:
The pacifier should be cleaned with hot water every time it has been dropped on the floor. In addition, the pacifier should be cleaned with boiling water at least once a day.

Babies older than 3 months:
Rinse the pacifier once a day under hot water and rinse it under cold water if it has been dropped on the floor.

Pacifier storage

Dirt will cause a lot of wear and tear on the pacifier, and therefore it is a good idea to store it in a clean and dry place. When you are on the move, the pacifier should be stored in a protective pacifier case.

Pacifier replacement - how often?

No matter how much you clean and care for your pacifier, it is important to replace it in time. Pacifiers must be replaced after 4-8 weeks of use.


This blog post has been adapted from Frigg's website, you can read their care guide in full HERE & you can shop the Frigg range available with us HERE at LMB

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