What do you wash your bottles with?

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  1. Jcliff

    Jcliff Well-Known Member

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    I steralize my babies bottle once a week, but wash them with the organic earths best dish soap. But, im realizing I can no longer afford it. I also purchased the pamolive baby bottle soap, but the ingredients are the exact same as in the regular dish soap, but more money. Is it okay if I just start to use regualar dish soap? Or if anyone else has a different idea. Thanks
     
  2. Kitteh_Kat

    Kitteh_Kat Mommy <3

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    I was given a big bottle made by one of the main companies that is for bottles/toys and have just been using that. Once it's gone I'll just use regular dish soap.
     
  3. Iveneverseen

    Iveneverseen Well-Known Member

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    Just normal washing up liquid, you would wash your dishes with!

    you would give them a good rinse anyways.
     
  4. Sal85uk

    Sal85uk Well-Known Member

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    I always used regular fairy liquid :) But I also sterilized after every use/wash!!
     
  5. cat lover

    cat lover Mummy to 2 girls

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    same as pp
     
  6. Saphira

    Saphira Well-Known Member

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    I can't see why that would be a prob! I'd get the sensitive type and possibly scent free?
     
  7. Scout

    Scout Well-Known Member

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    I use the same dish soap that I wash my dishes in.
     
  8. monkee12

    monkee12 Well-Known Member

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    I would use the fairy liquid and hot water, well rinse them and sterilise :)
     
  9. catty

    catty Well-Known Member

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    I use fairly washing up liquid, wash them and sterilise everytime
     
  10. Gem1302

    Gem1302 Mummy to 1

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  11. JessyG

    JessyG cautiously pregnant #1

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    same here.
     

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