Keep your water bottles clean with this brush set

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Keep your water bottles clean with this brush set

Keep your nose clean!

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Looks handy.
I also recommend:

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Lemon juice seems to help, although I’m open to arguments that the guys not killed by it are only getting stronger…

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We actually already own this, and it’s excellent, especially for cleaning SIGG bottles and the like (which is why we bought it in the first place last year)

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I have this set. The little horseshoe brush is great for cleaning the Bodum burr grinder I have.

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Clean your water bottles? Next you’ll tell me I’m supposed to clean my coffee mug.

It is Empty, BTW.

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“Keep your water bottles clean”

Darn the luck, I keep whiskey in my bottles!

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I was just looking at discount bottle brushes on American Science & Surplus this week.

https://www.sciplus.com/

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I wash my bottles with a rag on the end of a stick…

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I usually just put some river gravel or crushed ice in mine and shake.

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Three products that have carried over from raising an infant;

  1. Oxo Tot was for the waetherboy’s milk bottles, now works as a general purpose bottle cleaner
  2. Boon Grass was for drying waetherboy’s various (and numerous) feeding accessories, now just drys everything
  3. Beba Baby Cook* used to make baby food, now makes smoothies (is there really a difference?)

*note: do not cook actual babies with Baby Cook

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how old?

my mug looks similar, and the usable volume shrinks ALL THE TIME. no idea what’s happening. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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I need to go back to sciplus brick and mortar…It’s fun to browse through

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Are you quite sure that’s not a toilet brush?

…Also, do you own any products that are not in in the colours of “lime green and white?”

I use it for that sometimes too.

When you have a kid everything pretty much comes in pink and blue, or sometimes green, and when that’s an option I usually go for green.

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