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How to Use Children's Flonase

Below are a few quick how-to steps to follow that will ensure your child gets the most from Children’s FLONASE.

HOW TO OPEN CHILDREN’S FLONASE

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    Most oral allergy medicines only control one inflammatory substance. Children's Flonase controls six. Children's Flonase.

HOW CHILDREN USE CHILDREN’S FLONASE

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    It's easy to use Children's Flonase Allergy Relief. Just follow the simple steps, so your child gets the most from each spray. First, shake the bottle gently, then remove the green cap. If it's the first time you're using a new bottle, or if you've just cleaned the nozzle, or if you haven't used it in a week or more, you'll need to prime the nozzle.

    Here's how. First, aim the bottle away from your face. Grasp the spray bottle like this. Then pump until a fine mist appears. That's how you'll know the bottle is primed for use. If you pump six times and no mist appears, the spray nozzle may be clogged and needs to be cleaned.

    Before using Children's Flonase, blow your nose gently to clear your nostrils. Now close one nostril and place just the tip of the spray nozzle in your other nostril. Be sure to aim slightly away from the center of their nose. Be careful not to spray into your eyes. 

    ON SCREEN SUPER: Warning: Do not spray in your eyes. 

    Children's Flonase is only to be used in the nose. Sniff gently as you press down on the spray nozzle. You'll feel a light mist in your nose. Then breathe out through your mouth. Now repeat in the other nostril. 

    Then wipe the spray nozzle with a clean tissue and replace the cap. Easy.

HOW TO ADMINISTER CHILDREN’S FLONASE

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    It's easy to use Children's Flonase Allergy Relief. Just follow these simple steps so your child gets the most from each spray. First, shake the bottle gently, then remove the green cap. If it's the first time you're using a new bottle or you just clean the nozzle or you haven't used it in a week or more, you'll need to prime the nozzle.

    Here's how. First, aim the bottle away from you and your child's face. Grasp the spray bottle like this, then pump until a fine mist appears. That's how you'll know the bottle is primed for use. If you pump six times and no mist appears, the spray nozzle may be clogged and needs to be cleaned. Before using Children's Flonase, have your child blow their nose gently to clear their nostrils.

    Now close one nostril and place just the tip of the spray nozzle in your child's other nostril. Be sure to aim slightly away from the center of their nose. Be careful not to spray into their eyes. 

    ON SCREEN SUPER: Warning: Do not spray in your eyes. 

    Children's Flonase is only to be used in the nose. While having your child sniff in gently, press down on the spray nozzle once. They should feel a light mist and their nose, then have your child breathe out through their mouth. Now repeat in the other nostril.

    Then wipe the spray nozzle with a clean tissue and replace the cap. Easy.

HOW TO CLEAN CHILDREN’S FLONASE

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    Female Speaker: A clean sprain nasal helps ensure a full dose. Clean the nasal weekly or anytime it gets clogged. Never try to unblock it with a pen or sharp object that can damage it. To clean the spray nasal, first remove it by grasping the face and pulling up. Next, rinse the nasal under a running tap and dry it at room temperature. Once it's dry aim the nasal away from your face and gently replace the spray nasal until you hear a soft click. if you find the spray nozzle is still clogged simply still getting warm water then repeat steps 2 and 3 rinse, dry and replace the nasal and try again. Anytime you clean the nasal, you need to prepare the use by priming it just the way you did the first time you use the bottle. To prime the nozzle first aim the bottle away from your face grasp the spray bottle like this then pump until a fine mist appears.