Nylon grip sterilization


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So, I have one nylon grip, I never used because I'm not sure how to sterilize it. Some say that is autoclavable, some say it's not.
Any advice or alternative method? thank you!
 

GazB

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Put it milton or some similar solution, like you use for babies bottles.
 

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if milton was the answer why bother with autoclaves if it cant be used in an autoclave seems pretty useless to me
 

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Put it milton or some similar solution, like you use for babies bottles.

Cool. So I guess that I can use this for my tubes and needles too?


I have no idea why they call us scratchers? :icon_eek:
 

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Anyone have a legit answer to this.
I have one as well and it's my favorite, it slips right over the 1/2 inch metal tube grip. I can use the straight plastic tubes for shading, but i need that extra weight for lining.

I'm not sure if it is nylon mind you, it's a grey soft rubbery texture and i REALLY wanna use it
 

LadySinaz

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yes it must be autoclaved you don't get sarcasm then

My question was more like "won't it melt" ? Is it safe ( i don't know why they would sell it if it wasn't able to be sterilized, but stranger things have happened)
 

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