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I would say no. My ceramic mug gets extremely hot on the base, I can't see most plastic cups surviving the 55° direct heat.
Racheal D.
· 9 April 2020
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If it was in a glass bottle, yes. But, although it prevents my hot chocolate from becoming luke warm, it does not keep it hot. Heating up a liquid from a cold state. I doubt that it would do it with a substantial amount of time. I would also worry that the glass would break as the bottom would get very hot, but the res… see more If it was in a glass bottle, yes. But, although it prevents my hot chocolate from becoming luke warm, it does not keep it hot. Heating up a liquid from a cold state. I doubt that it would do it with a substantial amount of time. I would also worry that the glass would break as the bottom would get very hot, but the rest of the bottle near the top may remain cold. If it was a small bottle 250ml, it might warm through, but not very quickly. Might take 20 minutes. See less If it was in a glass bottle, yes. But, although it prevents my hot chocolate from becoming luke warm, it does not keep it hot. Heating up a liquid from a cold state. I doubt that it would do it with a substantial amount of time. I would also worry that the glass would break as the bottom would get very hot, but the rest of the bottle near the top may remain cold. If it was a small bottle 250ml, it might warm through, but not very quickly. Might take 20 minutes.
Disappointed Customer
· 8 April 2020
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Yes you can though you will need to check the temperature before giving it to your baby cause it does get to 55 degrees
Sonia Ballestrin
· 3 January 2020
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