Making a Custom Bottle Washer

Give a foam bottle washer a trim to make a custom washer for smaller bottles. This page contains a tip for making a custom bottle washer.


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I freeze my half and half, plus I make flavored water. When the bottles need washing, it's hard to get them clean.

I got the smallest bottle washer I could afford, at the Dollar Tree. But it was made more for cups and glasses. So I grabbed my scissors and cut the little foam strips down to almost nothing. It didn't have to look great, just work great. Now I can get more than just soap and water in them.


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November 10, 20190 found this helpful

Terrific idea, how come I never thought of that?

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November 11, 20190 found this helpful

Love this idea!!

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November 11, 20190 found this helpful

I ask myself that all the time.!!

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November 13, 20190 found this helpful

That is a great idea! What I did was get a bottle washer brush from the dollar store. There was a large sponge in a loop on the tip of the brush.


I cut that thing in half and put it back in the loop. It works just great when I wash bottles and jars that are too small for my hand and the dish rag to get into...

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