Nimble Babies Bottle Cleaner*

I find washing the bottles such a mundane task. It’s one of those that I’d like to keep putting off but obviously my baby needs feeding so can’t. Instead I leave the washing in the machine for as long as I can before it gets smelly!

With Little we sterilised her bottles right up until she moved onto cows milk at a year old and plan to do the same with Baby. So that’s a lot of washing and sterilising! When cleaning our bottles we soak them in a bowl of hot water and washing up liquid before sterilising. Often the bottles are left with that faint smell of milk and don’t look completely clean. Although Baby’s bottles aren’t that bad yet we are hoping to prevent this from happening.

Nimble Babies Milk Buster removes the milk residue left on bottles, which can become a breeding ground for bacteria, leaving them looking and smelling like new! It has been formulated using ingredients derived from sugar, amino acids and coconuts meaning it is super safe and a lot milder than washing up liquid.

It isn’t just for use on bottles though. Milk Buster can be used on anything plastic such as lunch boxes, breast pumps, smoothie makers and sippy cups – we also use it on our microwave steriliser!

It is so easy to use too.

Firstly I add about a quarter of warm water.



I then spray twice into the bottle (sometimes more if it’s been sitting there a while!) and directly onto the teat, seal and lid.




Then using my bottle brush I give the bottle and teat a good ol’ clean. If you haven’t got a brush available you can just shake it about!


I then give it a thorough rinse with running water before leaving to dry off a bit.


Nimble Babies is available in JoJo Maman Bebe, Kiddicare, Amazon, Tesco Direct and Halfords. It retails around £6.99 which can seem a bit pricey but I reckon this will last us a good few months. Whats £6.99 when it could save you the cost of buying new bottles?

*This product was sent to us for the purpose of this review but all opinions are our own and 100% honest*

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