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Removing Sour Milk Smell From Baby Bottles

New Mommies, this is for you!

Sometimes baby bottles get a stale milky odor in them that just doesn't go away. Put a couple drops of mustard in them, swish them with water, then wash them out. You might think they will retain a mustard scent, but they won't, and the stale milky smell will go away!


By Janus from Gainesville, GA

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May 28, 20110 found this helpful

You can also use vinegar, it is also antiseptic and antibiotic, 1/4 cup vinegar; fill remainder w/water, cap-off bottle; let stand over night and rinse. There will be zero vinegar smell after about 2 minutes and the bottle[s] will be as fresh as glass.

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May 29, 20110 found this helpful

It's the vinegar in the mustard that does it...smart mom! Thanks for the idea!

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