Dr. Brown's Bottle Brush, Blue Dr. Brown' s Bottle Brush 700

7 Customer reviews

$ 3 49




Product Description

For use with all standard and wide-neck Dr. Brown's Natural Flow baby bottles, this Dr. Brown's Natural Flow Bottle Brush features a grooved, no-slip handle and a combination sponge and bristle brush head for thorough, easy cleaning of bottles. At the base of the bottle brush are fixed chevron channels, designed specifically to clean nipples with ease. A storage clip is included so you can house the brush near the sink.

From the Manufacturer

This Bottle Brush has been designed for use with all standard and wide neck Dr. Brown's Natural Flow baby bottles. It features a combination sponge and bristle brush head for thorough, easy cleaning of all Dr. Brown's baby bottles. It has fixed chevron channels at the base of the Bottle Brush, which are designed specifically to clean nipples with ease.

Customer reviews(7)

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April 3, 2015
This is the worst brush I have ever purchased, the bristles are falling apart within just a few days of use.very disappointed with this. Also I would recommend munchkin brand over this,which is much more strong n better than this one.it doesn't clean the bottle properly. No use of buying. I bought it after seeing good reviews, but I would not recommend it.
Jeffrey J.
March 29, 2016
What makes this bottle brush stand out to me is the suction-cup stand and the nipple-washing nib on the bottom.
The sponge and brush work as well as the dollar store brush we had on hand, but the ability to stand it upright next to the sink to dry out between uses and the textured end for getting formula residue out of the nipple makes this one my go-to bottle brush.
Warning to others- this brush did go bald fairly quickly (a couple months?) and cleaning up the bristles was a pain, but I think this was because of the way it's used in our house. My husband bends the brush to an angle in order to scrub and I bend the brush back to use it, so it got bent back and forth multiple times a day. We're replacing it with two- a Mom brush and a Dad brush to see if that improves it's longevity
The photos show our sad, naked bristle end (note the way the wires at the bottom have loosened entirely from the bending) and the FANTASTIC nipple washer.
N. Sarode
September 20, 2017
We use Dr. Brown's bottles and the first brush we bought was the cheaper Munchkin one from Target (
Dee S
April 29, 2017
It's ok, but I bought the OXO Tot Bottle Brush at the same time, and that works much better for me. I use these to clean glass tea tumblers, and Stainless Steel travel mugs. This one has the spongy top, and doesn't clean the bottoms of the bottles right. I always see the black tea residue at the bottom, and try to scrub, but because of the spongy bits, there's only a tiny surface (where the metal bit inside holds it up), so the bottoms don't get clean. Also, the OXO Tot Bottle Brush has harder/better bristles which just get the sides of my bottles clean. This one has too thin bristles and requires a lot of up/down movements to clean anything. Since this one is a bit thinner, it might be better for easily breakable bottles. However for mhy purposes, the OXO is much better (although it looks like a toilet brush lol). I wouldn't buy again....
January 5, 2016
All bottle brushes are NOT created equally. This one is better than the others. Go ahead and spend the extra, because it's totally worth it. Here's why...
I spent the first couple of months using a less expensive brush. I figured it would be fine. But, I noticed a white haze really starting to build up at the bottom of the bottle. (Breast milk is notorious for being hard to clean!) The bristles on a regular brush can't touch it (especially the corners), no matter how you work it. Sure, the sides of the bottle were getting clean, but not bottom. I sucked it up and got this brush and now because of the sponge on the end, I can get that pesky residue out of the whole bottle. Nice to know it's actually clean before giving it to my baby.

As for other reviews about it falling apart, I've had zero problems with it at all. Another plus (and requirement for me) is that it comes with the base so it can stand up. A brush I previously had purchased had a nipple brush with a suction cup that screwed in and served as the base. I didn't like that because it seemed like a great place to cultivate some germs. Ewe.

I wish I hadn't wasted my money in the first place on something else. Just buy this one and be done with it.
April 18, 2017
This is my third baby bottle brush, and it looks like it's gonna be my last! I tried 2 other brands; 1 lower end price and another more expensive brush and I had issues with both. I love the sponge and bristle combo, it cleans more thoroughly. Also, as small as it may seem, the fact that the nipple attachment is connected to the bottom of the brush where you don't have to unscrew it, just flip it over to use, makes my life that more convenient. When you wash bottles and sippy cups for both an infant and a toddler, those few seconds of convenience matter. This was my first Dr. Brown's brand purchase and I love it.
April 8, 2017
Because of the design of this brush, I find that I use the bottle nipple cleaner A LOT more than when I used the type of brush Target carries. Since this one has the cleaner exposed while in use, I can quickly flip the wand over, clean out the nipple, and then go back to cleaning the rest of the bottle part. I know it seems silly, but the other ones from the store require you unscrewing a bottom to get to the nipple brush and then the wand to hold is shorter, so it was really annoying, causing me to skip cleaning out the nipple more often than I'd like to admit when I had those types. With this type, I clean everything each time! The only improvement they could make is that I feel the top bristle/sponge portion isn't that tough, so you have to be more delicate with using it than with other brushes, or the entire top bends and breaks quicker than I'd like.

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