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Topic: Best way t clean your water bottles

Posted on: 8th Dec 2017 10:46 AM    Quote and Reply


The inside and the corner of bottle are hard to reach. I use hot water and soap but I still can't completely clean my bottle. Also, I want to find a nice water bottle straw cleaner to brush my boy's bottle straw. Any suggestion?

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Posted on: 12th Dec 2017 1:53 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by alicekou: The inside and the corner of bottle are hard to reach. I use hot water and soap but I still can't completely clean my bottle. Also, I want to find a nice water bottle straw cleaner to brush my boy's bottle straw. Any suggestion?"


 


normally i use the brush cleaner that we use to wash milk bottle for babies to clean it


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Posted on: 24th Jan 2018 10:21 AM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by Putraman: My go-to method involves some baking soda, dish soap and reasonably hot water. I let it sit for a bit before shaking it and thoroughly rinsing the bottle out. Just be mindful about the built-up pressure during and after shaking!"


I use baking soda too, which is helpful for removing milk stain. Hot or warm water is necessary, but without a baby bottle brush you can`t clean throughly. I got one with 3 adjustable sponges and 3 strew brushes, which really helps me a lot to clean through the bottle for my baby.
 

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Posted on: 20th May 2018 6:08 PM    Quote and Reply


I also use baking soda and soap. It cleans well.


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Posted on: 14th Jun 2018 12:13 PM    Quote and Reply


I fined that vinegar and baking soda is an excellent way to clean stainless steel, I use it on my sink all the time with great results . If you add a couple of teaspoons of soda and about a quarter of a cup of vinegar, it will bubble up. After the bubbling subsides add some hot water, and that's will get reed of the funk. Follow with a good hot soap and water wash and your good to go.


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