July 22, 2009,
M.L. asks from San Lorenzo, CA on July 20, 2009
I was just wondering if anyone had suggestions to cleaning the baby bottles. I wash and spend almost an hour cleaning my daughter's bottles. Sometimes it's still a bit dirty, residue and it bothers me. I already spend an hour scrubbing and soaking. Any suggestions? Thank you all!
1 mom found this helpful
C.J. answers from San Francisco on July 21, 2009
M.H. answers from Redding on July 21, 2009
Make sure to rise them out as soon as they are done using them. After rinsing, let them soak with hot soapy water in them. After this I would load them up in the dishwasher and let it do the work. If you let them build up on the counter unrinsed they are really hard to clean out.
Moms recommend the following deals from Mamapedia:
$ 15 - Swaag Store Six Foot Blackboard Wall Decal, 63% Off
$ 9 - Widget Love Two Loom Band Replacement Kits, 78% Off
$ 5 - 8"x10" Canvas Photo Prints from CanvasPeople, 90% Off
$ 8 - Handcrafted, Personalized Photoblock Ornament, 69% Off
$ 14 - Santa Sent Me A Message: Elf with Personalized Letter from Santa, 53% Off
$ 40 - Personalized Sterling Silver Monogram Necklace, 70% Off
$ 7 - 3-Month Subscription for Tablet Learning Apps from Agnitus, 67% Off
$ 39 - Online Lifetime Premium Subscription For Kids, 74% Off
$ 12 - Custom Photo Holiday Cards, 63% Off
K.H. answers from San Francisco on July 22, 2009
hi! i soak my baby bottle in hot water with a few tbl spoons of bleach
C.L. answers from Fresno on July 21, 2009
Dishwasher or the Microwave sterilizer bags
K.L. answers from San Francisco on July 20, 2009
I remember those days - I was so excited when we didn't have bottles to clean!! One thing that helped was getting the microwave sterilizer from Doctor Browns - that thing was AWESOME. I'd rinse out all the pieces of the bottle, throw it in the sterilize, add about a 1/2 cup of water, put it in the microwave for a couple minutes and it would do all the work - then we'd take them out and put them on the drying rack. So easy. Hope that helps!
J.S. answers from San Francisco on July 20, 2009
I have found that if i fill the empty bottle with hater right when it is empty, there is no time for any residue to form. hope that might be helpful.