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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
To clean baby bottles, add a little uncooked rice or some coffee grounds with a little warm water and soap. Put the top on and shake until clean.
By Darlene from Jax, FL
Baking soda will take the nasty, sour milk smell out of baby bottles. Just fill them with some warm water and a spoonful of baking soda. Shake it up well and then rinse it out. Then you can wash them as usual. No more nasty smell!
By Robin from Washington, IA
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How do you remove the white residue stains from baby bottles?
Jody from El Paso, TX
Soak in a mixture of half water and vinegar (hot) and then scrub with a bottle cleaner, should be good to go!