Cleaning up your baby's feeding bottle with utmost care is very important as dust, or germs like virus and bacteria can easily accumulate on it and affect your baby's health. Vomiting and diarrhea are some common problems that may occur and it is better to keep the feeding bottles sterile and germ free.

For this, firstly we need to wash the used feeding bottle, ring, teats (nipple) and cap with a gentle cleaning liquid and a bottle brush. Then we can sterilize the bottles by boiling them in water for about 5 minutes. This way your bottles are clean and germ free and you can use the feeding bottles to feed water or milk to your babies.

I add just one drop of Vim liquid gel to the feeding bottle and fill it with some water. Then I shake it well and use a bottle brush to nicely clean the insides of the bottle and the teat. I use a blu bud 2-in-1 brush that also comes with a nipple brush. It is ideal for cleaning the the corners and difficult to reach corners of the bottle and nipple.

Once the bottles are washed, I put the bottle, teat, ring and cap in enough water and boil for about 5 minutes. This process kills the germs and cleanses the feeding bottles.