Few chores are more difficult and time-consuming than the washing of a bottle. This is why bottle brushes are all the rage these days. Assuming you have never heard of them, bottle brushes are exactly what they sound like: brushes specifically designed to clean bottles.
Bottles present a unique challenge because of their design. Their necks—narrow or wide—and the depths of their bodies make it difficult to reach every nook and corner of the average bottle.
A lot of people use sponges to clean their bottles but even the best sponges have a limit, at least when it comes to their reach. And if you are dealing with baby bottles, then sponges can be dangerous.
The objects have harmful chemicals which could negatively impact the health of your child over time. So brushes are honestly the only answer to a bottle cleaning regiment.
Table of Contents
- Best Bottle Brushes in 2019
- 10. Coldest Water Bottle Brush
- 9. Amazer Bottle Brush
- 8. Doctor Brown’s Bottle Brush
- 7. Rubbermaid Comfort Grip Brush
- 6. The Crown Choice Seventeen-inch Brush
- 5. Philips Avent
- 4. Munchkin Cleaning Brush Set
- 3. Long Bottle Brush Cleaner Set
- 2. Hiware sixteen-inch Brush
- 1. OXO Good Grips Bottle Set
- Choosing the Right Bottle Brush
Best Bottle Brushes in 2019
Just because you know what a good brush for your bottle looks like doesn’t mean you know how to go about finding the best bottle brushes on the market, especially if you have never bought one.
Fortunately, that is why the list below exists, to give you an idea of some of the brushes you should look for:
10. Coldest Water Bottle Brush
This is a very niche water bottle brush because it is actually built for use with stainless steel bottles. You won’t find many of these on the market. The product features three tools that will clean bottles, straws, and lids. The bristles are strong, stiff and flexible enough to make cleaning very easy, even when you are dealing with areas that are so difficult to reach.
9. Amazer Bottle Brush
This Amazer product is a fascinating brush with a number of interesting attributes. For one thing, its bristles are natural Boar. So they are not only safe for use in all situations and soft enough to remove grime and dirt without leaving scratches, but they have no disturbing smell to them.
Secondly, this product has an end that looks like an �L’ which shall help you clean sports bottles, vases, kettles and other utensils with difficult corners. If that wasn’t enough, the handle is long, comfortable and narrow, so you can fit the brush through small openings with little to no challenge.
8. Doctor Brown’s Bottle Brush
This brush, which was designed with baby bottles in mind, boasts a non-slip handle with grooves, and a brush head that has both bristles and a sponge. The result is a product that cleans more thoroughly than any other on the market.
There are consumers who think that the top is a little too heavy because the brush keeps falling over whenever they try to make it stand.
7. Rubbermaid Comfort Grip Brush
Even though this product was created with baby bottles in mind, it is far more diverse, boasting synthetic bristles that are durable enough to survive the stress of intense scrubbing but also soft enough to clean bottles, glasses, and even pots, pans, and dishes without leaving scratches. You can trust the brush with all your heavy duty cleaning.
This product’s solid plastic construction means that it can work for a very long time, if not forever.The synthetic bristles are durable. They are unlikely to break.
6. The Crown Choice Seventeen-inch Brush
As one might have guessed from its name, this product’s strongest aspect is its length. The soft and large bottle brush will effectively contend with the cleaning requirements of everything from a decanter and a beer bottle to a thermos and a glass.
While the length of the brush will allow you to reach the corners of bottles with deep bottoms, its wide bristles will make cleaning the interior so simple. Because of the considerable length of the bristles, every time you pull this brush out of a bottle, you will get sprayed with water.
5. Philips Avent
This is the best brush for people who clean bottles every day because it is so versatile. The brush is especially useful for people with babies because of its curved brush head and molded handle tip.
This is the product you use if you struggle with bottles that have curved sections. When you take into account the molded tip that cleans nipples, it becomes easier to see why so many people love Avent. Some consumers have complained that the brush struggles to clean bottles that are contoured. It takes some maneuvering to ensure that the bristles come into contact with all the hidden crevices.
4. Munchkin Cleaning Brush Set
This is a relatively ordinary bottle brush. Built from plastic and featuring two straw brushes, one valve, and a spout brush with an ergonomic handle, the Munchkin product has bristles that are both soft and durable, used to clean the areas of a spout, a straw, or a valve that are difficult to reach.
In a way, the only thing that makes Munchkin brushes special is their size. They can get into really small spaces. Unfortunately, they are not long enough to reach through the full length of a ten-inch straw.
But if you use them creatively, they will get to most nooks and crannies, and for some people, that is enough.
3. Long Bottle Brush Cleaner Set
There is so much to love about this bottle brush set from Dish Scrubbie. Rather than bristles, this product features a full brush head that has been designed to acclimate to the requirements of any surface. The brush doesn’t have the wires or bristles that most bottle brushes use. As such, one doesn’t have to worry about rusting wires or bristles falling out. Because the twelve-inch brush heads are made out of polyester yarn, one doesn’t have to worry about leaving food streaks when they clean.
Dense and wide enough to make full contact with all the sides of a bottle, the brush simplifies the cleaning process. And unlike bristles, Dish Scrubbie’s full brush head doesn’t leave any residue. Additionally, you can comfortably use the product on baby bottles, blenders and any other suitable item that catches your fancy without worrying about the brush heads leaving scratches.
2. Hiware sixteen-inch Brush
This is one of those special brushes you only buy to clean very narrow water bottles because it has the capacity to push through tight spaces and reach difficult spots. The product is an impressive 16-inches in length. The brush has a sturdy, firm but comfortable handle that makes the manipulation of this product so much easier.
That means there is no water bottle, beer bottle, thermos, or flask whose bottom it cannot reach. The brush is primarily built from food grade polypropylene. That means you do not have to worry about toxic chemicals or even suspicious smells.
Hiware will clean your bottles without compromising your health.
1. OXO Good Grips Bottle Set
This product is less of a bottle brush and more of a complete cleaning set. You can look forward to a detail cleaner and a straw brush on top of the bottle brush itself. OXO provides the straw brush to simplify the process of cleaning bottle straws.
The Detail Cleaner is designed to tackle caps and lids. The bottle brush is built to clean the insides of bottles and it is small enough to pass through very narrow necks.
Ultimately, you won’t find one bottle brush that will meet all your bottle cleaning needs. More than likely, you might be forced to purchase two or three different brushes to contend with the different types of bottles in your collection.
That being said, any one of the bottle brushes above can be trusted to do a more than adequate job when it comes to cleaning your bottles.