natural bottle cleaner?

Toni - posted on 06/14/2009 ( 8 moms have responded )




Hey ladies! I was wondering if anyone new of a natural soap or cleanser i can use to clean babys bottle with? I used some sort of coconut product in the hosptial to clean the breastpump parts, wondering if this was ok for bottles too.... worried im not getting them clean you put bottles in thedishwasher?


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Debra - posted on 07/23/2009




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Samantha - posted on 06/16/2009




I use the dishwasher. Just make sure it says that it is ok to use one on the box. Some plastics change their composition in the extreme heat, but most can.

Miranda - posted on 06/15/2009




you can get microwave steam bags that wipe out 99% of germs and are reusable up to 20 times! good for pumps/pump tubing/bottles etc. just 2-4 oz of water and throw them in the microwave for 2 mins! theyre great! i think the ones i have r made by medela.

Samantha - posted on 06/15/2009




you can put bottles in the dishwasher. there are special holders you can buy to use in the dishwasher. you can also wash them by hand with a bottler washer and regular dish soap. you will be able to see if they are clean enough. every now and then you can clean them and then sterilize them in hot water if it makes you more comfortable. i have 3 children and have always washed the bottles by hand with really hot water and dish soap.

Mikayl - posted on 06/15/2009




yep totally agree with Laura, Boil them if you dont have a diswasher. to boil take a large pot fill with water put the bottles in to where the are totally cover with water. Boil about 15 to 20 minutes. Pull them out BEFORE the water starts to get warm and let them air dry!!! Hopes this help. Enjoy your sweet little one!!!

Laura - posted on 06/14/2009




I run mybottles through the dishwasher, but before I had one, I boiled them.

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