Cleaning baby bottles has got to be one of the most monotonous and dreadful cleaning tasks as a new parent in my opinion. I don’t know about you, but by the end of the day I’m usually staring at a sink full of dirty bottles begging to be cleaned, and I feel like just don’t have the time or the want-to to get it all done.
Making sure your bottles are clean is incredibly important. Your little one spends a lot of time with their bottles, so you want to make sure they’re thoroughly washed and sanitized through our silicone bottle cleaning brush.
While you don’t need to sterilize your baby’s bottles after each use, you do need to make sure they are thoroughly cleaned post-feeding and before another bottle-feeding. That means, according to Parents, you either need to clean baby bottles by hand with hot, soapy water, or run them through a dishwasher cycle set on “hot” or “sanitize.”
You’ll want to sterilize your bottles regularly to ensure they aren’t growing any bacteria that could cause your baby to get sick. Likewise, if your baby has been sick, you want to sterilize bottles to ensure your baby doesn’t get reinfected by his or her own germs. After all, sterilizing bottles is a great way to protect against a repeat sickness, and there’s nothing worse than a sick baby when you’re a sleep-deprived new parent.
With all the bottle cleaning needed, The BRUSH BIB SPLASH BACK BARRIER has become a LIFESAVER! No more sour milk water splashing in Your face or clothes!! A MUST HAVE