Dr. Brown's Bottle Brush
Dr. Brown's Bottle Brush combines sponge and bristles for a thorough cleaning of bottles. Plus there are arrowhead-shaped channels at the base for cleaning nipples.

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Elizabeth: a couple of weeks ago

Perfect to use with the Dr Brown's bottles!

Tonya: a few months ago

The sponge end breaks down easily and the bristles are quite soft. The suction cup base stand works really well

Laura: a few months ago

Get the OXO bottle brush instead. This brush is tough to get into the bottles (using Medela and Dr Brown’s) and I don’t see the sponge lasting long. Once placed back in holder, it drips all over the counter. The nipple brush is just plastic.

Megan: about a year ago

This is a great brush! Like the suction cup stand and nipple cleaner!

Caroline: more than a year ago

Best brush I have tried. I like that the nipple rubber brush does not have any metallic parts that can rust like some other brands.

Sana: more than a year ago

Great brush, I use it for my non baby bottles too.

Sarina: more than a year ago

Good brush. Makes it very soapy inside. I also use it with my Dr. Brown bottles. It does the job.

Sarina: more than a year ago

Very good brush. Really like the holder stand and design. Cleans thoroughly.

Rohahiio: more than a year ago

As a product it does deserve more than a three star rating for it's performance. With me it looses points as I am purely a 'functionality' seeking person when it comes to my kitchen. Note: I did not purchase this for use with infants! I was in need of a bottle brush as I'm an old fashioned kitchen person and wash a lot of reusable glass items. THIS ITEM IS THE BEST I HAVE FOUND HANDS DOWN!!! I know a day care that swears by them. That being said, I found the stand, though a handy concept was more of an annoyance than I problem solver. (As are most things bound by a suction cup). I am also an environmental guy and am not a fan of the materials used but again........ I did not purchase for use with infant bottles etc. Just not a very 'Green' item. Still a great brush until I find the perfect one (construction wise).

Sarah: more than a year ago

This is by far the best brush I've tried for cleaning our doctor brown bottles. I use it for our sippy cups as well. My only complaint is that I have to replace it fairly regularly. The top sponge becomes displaced or comes right out, and while it can be put back in, it's never quite right. I still buy only this brush though... just more often then I'd like.

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