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My wife seems obsessed with finding the perfect bottle washer so we seem to have multiple versions for the task. Versions that have medium firm plastic brushes seem to work the best. I believe anyway, the wife may have performed additional testing however since I received the last report and perhaps we have a new version that is the gold standard.

On a related note, I have found that dishwasher powder to be one of those things you should keep a box of under the sink. Even if you use tabs for the washer. Of it's many uses I have found that a teaspoon of it in the Yeti mug, then filled with warm to hot water and allowed to sit for a few hours ends up leaving the insides like new. Use a bottle brush for a few seconds, it doesn't even have to be a gold standard bottle brush, to remove any coffee stains that don't just wash away. Dishwasher powder, Walmart brand….indispensable.
I have no experience with this specific brush, but shaking soap and water around in a bottle does absolutely nothing to buildup. Even a flimsy brush would be better.
This is the best brush after going through 6 of them.

BlenderBottle 2-in-1 Shaker Bottle and Straw Cleaning Brush, 1 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D6RFR7G

It's long and stiff ������, so you can get to the bottom of 40oz bottles and rigid enough not to bend when scrubbing.

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This seems handy. Anyone have experience with it?
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Works on multiple if you have it in same order. $2 off when ordering 2.
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This seems handy. Anyone have experience with it?
POS! Flimsy. Better off doing the bachelor soap shake...Hot water, soap, and shake. Done
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POS! Flimsy. Better off doing the bachelor soap shake...Hot water, soap, and shake. Done
I have no experience with this specific brush, but shaking soap and water around in a bottle does absolutely nothing to buildup. Even a flimsy brush would be better.
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if S&S 4, get 5% extra off and $4 coupon off, as well as 5% or 15% s&s discount
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Quote from cacadiablo :
This seems handy. Anyone have experience with it?
My wife seems obsessed with finding the perfect bottle washer so we seem to have multiple versions for the task. Versions that have medium firm plastic brushes seem to work the best. I believe anyway, the wife may have performed additional testing however since I received the last report and perhaps we have a new version that is the gold standard.

On a related note, I have found that dishwasher powder to be one of those things you should keep a box of under the sink. Even if you use tabs for the washer. Of it's many uses I have found that a teaspoon of it in the Yeti mug, then filled with warm to hot water and allowed to sit for a few hours ends up leaving the insides like new. Use a bottle brush for a few seconds, it doesn't even have to be a gold standard bottle brush, to remove any coffee stains that don't just wash away. Dishwasher powder, Walmart brand….indispensable.
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You should probably clean your bottles more often. Like every refill perhaps?
Seeing that you have experience with this brush, it seems to be you who isn't cleaning their bottles often enough…
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I bought a new toilet brush to clean water bottles. It works well because the bristles are stiffer compared to the water bottle cleaning brushes I've used.
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My wife seems obsessed with finding the perfect bottle washer so we seem to have multiple versions for the task. Versions that have medium firm plastic brushes seem to work the best. I believe anyway, the wife may have performed additional testing however since I received the last report and perhaps we have a new version that is the gold standard.

On a related note, I have found that dishwasher powder to be one of those things you should keep a box of under the sink. Even if you use tabs for the washer. Of it's many uses I have found that a teaspoon of it in the Yeti mug, then filled with warm to hot water and allowed to sit for a few hours ends up leaving the insides like new. Use a bottle brush for a few seconds, it doesn't even have to be a gold standard bottle brush, to remove any coffee stains that don't just wash away. Dishwasher powder, Walmart brand….indispensable.
Thanks for the info - so this one is the new gold standard? Thanks also for the tip at the end.
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Just use a toilet brush
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This is the best brush after going through 6 of them.

BlenderBottle 2-in-1 Shaker Bottle and Straw Cleaning Brush, 1 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D6RFR7G

It's long and stiff ������, so you can get to the bottom of 40oz bottles and rigid enough not to bend when scrubbing.
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