Dr. Brown’s bottles are a great choice for babies, and come in a variety of styles. The Dr. Brown’s bottle brush, blue is a BPA-free bottle brush that makes it easy to clean baby bottles and teats. The soft bristles are gentle on your baby’s skin, and the bristles have natural antimicrobial properties that help prevent contamination. The Dr. Brown’s Bottle Brush is a soft, flexible bottle brush that silicone bristles, perfect for cleaning baby bottles. The brush has angled bristles that get into all the corners and hard-to-reach spots. The brush comes apart, so the interior bristles can be cleaned. The Dr. Brown’s Bottle Brush is a soft, flexible bottle brush that silicone bristles, perfect for cleaning baby bottles. The brush has angled bristles that get into all the corners and hard-to-reach spots. The brush comes apart, so the interior bristles can be cleaned.
From the Manufacturer
This Bottle Brush has been designed for use with all standard and wide neck Dr. Brown’s Natural Flow baby bottles. It features a combination sponge and bristle brush head for thorough, easy cleaning of all Dr. Brown’s baby bottles. It has fixed chevron channels at the base of the Bottle Brush, which are designed specifically to clean nipples with ease.
Facts About Dr. Brown’s Bottle Brush, Blue
I’ve been using this brush on the 2 oz Medela bottles and 5 oz Avent bottles for a few months now and I’m really happy with it. Buying another one I like it so well.
The packaging doesn’t state what kind of plastic – just that it’s BPA free – but it does say the brush is top-rack dishwasher safe.
If you have a newborn every month. As the kids get older and you use less bottles for feeding every two months. The material holding the brush intact begins to wear. The more you use it the quicker it will need replacing.
Well, the first one took a loong time before we replaced it. The second one has the sponge on top rotated the way that they ends of the sponge go in the bottles first. So I just rotated it (after the damage of the sponge was already done and some sponge fell off). This way, it should last much longer. I can take pictur… Well, the first one took a loong time before we replaced it. The second one has the sponge on top rotated the way that they ends of the sponge go in the bottles first. So I just rotated it (after the damage of the sponge was already done and some sponge fell off). This way, it should last much longer. I can take pictures if needed. However, knowing this, I would order another one.
It’s an incredible product. You have to try it. It works amazingly good. It’s such a good thing to have 3 in a package. They’re handy for keeping baby bottles clean.
Thank you for your inquiry. Our 3 pack of Dr. Brown’s Bottle Brush set is $9.99. Please contact Dr. Brown’s customer service at 800-778-9001 Mon-Fri 8:00am – 4:30pm CST so we may further assist with your inquiry.
Thank you for your inquiry. The Dr. Brown’s bottle brush is top-rack, dishwasher safe. Wash all parts prior to use. We do not recommend sterilizing. The sponge on the brush will wear like any other sponge and will need to be replaced every couple months.
Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact Dr. Brown’s customer service at 800-778-9001 Mon-Fri 8:00am – 4:30pm CST so we may further assist with your inquiry.
This product is manufactured in China.
Yes, but don’t waste your money buyiny it!
This product is manufactured in China.
This product is manufactured in China.
Thank you for your inquiry. The Dr. Brown’s 3 Piece Bottle Brush contains 3 brushes and 3 storage bases as shown in picture.
I believe it’s gender based. Or just because they don’t make as many pink or purple ones
Yes, it is currently an add-on item.
Info About Dr. Brown’s Bottle Brush, Blue (Reviews From Amazon)
This was the best bottle cleaner I tried and I like that it come in the detachable suction cup. The sponge top tip gets the edges and bottom of bottles well cleaned. I throw it on the top rack of my dishwasher so it’s easy to clean. I like that it comes in a three pack. I got the first one in a dr browns sampler kit for my baby shower and now I like using it to clean up the travel cups as well. We have hard water which affects the suction cup as it ages but it’s not a big deal and I like it best from a lot of other products I tried. We’ve found it useful and continue ordering them well past the bottle years.
We use Dr. Brown’s bottles and the first brush we bought was the cheaper Munchkin one from Target ( Munchkin Sponge Bottle Brush, Blue ). The choice was made mainly due to its cheaper cost and with the thought “its just a bottle brush, how much better can a more expensive brush be. Dr. Brown’s brush is just charging premium for its brand name”. Boy was I wrong ! Dr. Brown’s brush is way better hands down. The bristles are softer, more dense and the as a whole looks and feels better constructed. The nipple brush is pretty efficient and small things like not needing to unscrew it from the bottom of the brush ( like Munchkin) makes a lot of difference when you are cleaning bottles twice a day everyday ! All in all, I won’t hesitate to buy this brush in the future (though I am guessing the one I bought will last us a long time).
Though this is Dr. Brown’s brand, this brush is generic enough to be used for any bottles. If using their brand bottles, you still need to use the small slender vent cleaning brush separately though.
This is my 2nd one. I contemplated buying an all bristle one like OXO without the foam top as it starts to break apart after 3/4 mos. then I spoke to a few people luckily. THE FOAM IS NECESSARY!! Here’s why!! Plz read … when you pull the brush up thru top top clean upper part of bottle or pull it out when done the foam acts as a splash guard from water & soap going everywhere, splashing dishes, appliances, etc. My friend demonstrated this awful design flaw on an all bristle no foam brush for me. Worth just replacing every 2 to 4 mos. Maybe you will get longer use as I am pretty OCD about greasy bottle insides lol. If u choose another look for one that has a microfiber or soft top material or perhaps look specifically for NO SPLASH BACK features. Ps. Best bottles ever too!! Make sure rubber ring is securely sealed or will leak. Reviewers are wrong, rings don’t leak unless u thread wrong with is like impossible w/out knowing … It’s consumer misuse … press edges of rubber ring to seal and you have yourself best anti colic weapon on market for the $$.
What makes this bottle brush stand out to me is the suction-cup stand and the nipple-washing nib on the bottom.
The sponge and brush work as well as the dollar store brush we had on hand, but the ability to stand it upright next to the sink to dry out between uses and the textured end for getting formula residue out of the nipple makes this one my go-to bottle brush.
Warning to others- this brush did go bald fairly quickly (a couple months?) and cleaning up the bristles was a pain, but I think this was because of the way it’s used in our house. My husband bends the brush to an angle in order to scrub and I bend the brush back to use it, so it got bent back and forth multiple times a day. We’re replacing it with two- a Mom brush and a Dad brush to see if that improves it’s longevity
The photos show our sad, naked bristle end (note the way the wires at the bottom have loosened entirely from the bending) and the FANTASTIC nipple washer.
I’m a first time mom who recently had a baby. I had absolutely no idea what was needed or what to register for besides the big ticket items (i.e. cribs, swings, high chairs, ect…). I like to bottle feed my baby breast milk (especially at night) and would sterilize the bottles daily. However, this chore became too cumbersome.
Within a week of using a baby bottle, I realized I needed a bottle brush. I looked for the most inexpensive brush with the best reviews, which just happened to be Dr. Browns. Here is my analysis of the brush below:
1. The brush fits all different bottles perfectly. So far, I have used the brush on my Comotomo bottles, Advent Natural Bottles, and Spectra bottles.
2. I love that there is a sponge on top of the bottle. As such, this brush requires very little soap to adequately clean the bottle.
3. I wish they had something on the end of the brush to clean the top of the nipple, which is too small for the brush to get into.
4. The brush holder has an amazing suction cup that keeps the brush upright at all times. This is really helpful for just grabbing the brush on the go and not having to look for it.
Overall, this brush was a fantastic purchase. This product deserves FIVE stars!!
This is my third baby bottle brush, and it looks like it’s gonna be my last! I tried 2 other brands; 1 lower end price and another more expensive brush and I had issues with both. I love the sponge and bristle combo, it cleans more thoroughly. Also, as small as it may seem, the fact that the nipple attachment is connected to the bottom of the brush where you don’t have to unscrew it, just flip it over to use, makes my life that more convenient. When you wash bottles and sippy cups for both an infant and a toddler, those few seconds of convenience matter. This was my first Dr. Brown’s brand purchase and I love it.
As a mom who pumps twice a day (four times a day initially) and bottle fed for the first two months (latch issues), i have tried just about every bottle brush. My favorite, hands down, are Dr. Browns. They are durable, and i love that i don’t have to unscrew something in order to use the nipple cleaner. The bristles are soft enough that i don’t get sprayed with water when inserting or removing the brush into my Medela pumping canisters, but durable enough that I know it’s cleaning well. The suction on the base is great, and i love that it comes with this so it stays out of the sink. These are the only bottle brushes we use now, and I wouldn’t bother wasting money on any other brand.
I have Dr. Brown bottles for my baby. That is what the hospital used and recommended because my little one was born at 28 weeks. I have tried other bottle brushes, but I like this one because if you use it with a Dr. Brown bottle, the sponge at the end is flexible. It can squeeze through and come out easily. When I have used other bottle brushes with the Dr. Brown bottles, I get sprayed with water while trying to pull it out. It even has a nipple cleaner at the bottom. I think it is great! Things I have noticed though, the sponge does tear. The part where the bristles are— that can bend so be careful. Haven’t come across other problems. By far this is a great one if you are using Dr. Brown bottles.
All bottle brushes are NOT created equally. This one is better than the others. Go ahead and spend the extra, because it’s totally worth it. Here’s why…
I spent the first couple of months using a less expensive brush. I figured it would be fine. But, I noticed a white haze really starting to build up at the bottom of the bottle. (Breast milk is notorious for being hard to clean!) The bristles on a regular brush can’t touch it (especially the corners), no matter how you work it. Sure, the sides of the bottle were getting clean, but not bottom. I sucked it up and got this brush and now because of the sponge on the end, I can get that pesky residue out of the whole bottle. Nice to know it’s actually clean before giving it to my baby.
As for other reviews about it falling apart, I’ve had zero problems with it at all. Another plus (and requirement for me) is that it comes with the base so it can stand up. A brush I previously had purchased had a nipple brush with a suction cup that screwed in and served as the base. I didn’t like that because it seemed like a great place to cultivate some germs. Ewe.
I wish I hadn’t wasted my money in the first place on something else. Just buy this one and be done with it.
I don’t have much to compare this to (first child) but this brush rocks. I’ll start with the only concern I have, which isn’t even an issue yet. That is how long this brush will be able to stay together and in good shape. The quality is great but I can’t help but wonder how long the sponge will be able to maintain its shape and function with the constant use and stress on the slender neck where the sponge meets the bristles. So far though (about a week), this brush has held up to the abuses bestowed upon it.
What I like about the brush:
• The suction cup feature is brilliant. I love not having to take up valuable space on the drying rack and not having to lay it down on the counter. It’s also very easy to move around (tip: sprinkle some water on the surface you want to stick it to and it will have a stronger hold).
• The nipple cleaner on the tip. I didn’t even know it was there until I started reading the reviews, so that was a cool little bonus.
•. Overall design is great and works on the hodgepodge collection of bottle brands we have in the house. The only ones I use anything additional for are the Dr Brown’s long, narrow tubes that go inside the bottle itself. And guess what? That smaller brush size is included in this purchase!
In conclusion, I’m very happy with the purchase. I don’t see myself having to try additional models and brands as this one suits my needs perfectly. If I have to replace this one, I’ll likely buy the same exact one again.
In closing, Blue Bottle is a coffee company based in San Francisco. The company was founded in 2010 by friends Matt McDonald and Mark Gagliardi, who had previously worked together at Stumptown Coffee Roasters. Blue Bottle has since grown into a global brand, operating about 40 cafés in California, Colorado, New York, Oregon, Washington, D.C., and Virginia. Blue Bottle’s coffee is roasted fresh and ground to order. The company also sells a variety of packaged products, including coffee, tea, cocoa, and espresso beverages. Blue Bottle plans to continue expanding its cafés and online market.
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