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    I think that WildAlp may be the best option but I am moving next month to Shenzhen and it won't be convenient ordering this unless delivery service is provided to Shenzhen????

    In fact on Shalom's suggestion, I tried Evian but boiled it before using it for making the feeds. Only thing is that there was some white sediments that remained in the water after boiling...probably minerals but I am concerned about giving my son water that is clouded as a result of boiling.

    Anyone has had this problem from boiling mineral water for fomula feeds?

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    Rianna,

    Will find out if WildAlp is available in SZ.

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    Hi I called the company directly - found the flier somewhere. Anyway they do not deliver to Shenzhen and they don't think that it's available in Shenzhen.

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    Hi Rianna,

    I spoke to Wildalp yesterday too. You could just use boiled water in SZ.

    Have a read through these threads on water

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    bottle water

    Everything we were told before using formula was to boil tap water and let it cool. We have been using tap water, boiled and then cooled for our baby formula for 4months with no problems at all. It is also a much cheaper option considering how much you will use.

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