I am lucky enough to be a Nimble Babies ambassador which means I occasionally get to review products. All thoughts & opinions are my own. With a newborn baby who has both breast milk (both on the breast and expressed) and formula, I can end up using a lot of bottles. What is more annoying than the struggle to getting…
I am lucky enough to be a Nimble Babies ambassador which means I occasionally get to review products. All thoughts & opinions are my own.
With a newborn baby who has both breast milk (both on the breast and expressed) and formula, I can end up using a lot of bottles. What is more annoying than the struggle to getting them looking as new after washing? After a few uses, no matter how much you clean the bottles, they start to turn cloudy and have a faint aroma of old milk.
This is where Nimble Babies Milk Buster comes in. Claimed to help prevent the build up of milk residue and work to remove residue much better than washing up liquid can, despite being milder. It is also said that it is great at removing grease and milk films from anything plastic such as breast pumps, smoothie makers – you name it. Created by a chemist who worked at one of the world’s biggest detergent manufacturers, it has been formulated using the safest cleaning ingredients derived from sugar, amino acids, and coconuts. Its pH is balanced and it has a specially designed spray pump action to target the inside of baby bottles quickly and easily. But does it work?
To the left is a picture of a bottle which had been left for a little time after the feed was finished (we had been out all day) and the milk wasn’t so easy to remove whilst doing the washing up. A few quick sprays and a rub later and you get the second bottle.
The Nimble Babies milk buster baby bottle cleaner has proved invaluable for me – sometimes washing liquid just won’t do the trick but with a few liberal sprays of this, I know that my bottles will soon look sparkling and new again. I must have just missed these the first time around – the brand started in 2012 and Jack was born in 2011. This would have been so extremely helpful back then – as soon as a bottle started looking a little cloudy I’d get rid of it – but this would have brightened them up no end.
Available to buy at JoJo Maman Bebe, Kiddicare, Amazon, Tesco Direct and Halfords, I would certainly recommend picking some up. They’re such a fab resource to have by the sink when doing your washing up. If you’d like to try them for yourself, I even have a giveaway…
For your chance to win two bottles of Milk Buster for yourself, just fill in the Rafflecopter below. UK only, this giveaway ends on the 12th of March. Good luck!