Cleaning with Dapple 

As many of you already know, I was unable to breastfeed. So washing and sterilizing bottles has always been a must. We found that regular dish soap was leaving a film on all the nipples and bottles. A friend suggested an awesome product that you will love!

These products were given in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. In addition, this post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that I have recommended. My full disclosure can be found here.

Dapple Baby Bottle & Dish Liquid has been a lifesaver. There is never any left over film and the soap last forever. We only use one drop to clean seven bottles. Dapple has various other cleaning products. We have also tried the following:

      • Dapple Naturally Clean Nursery Spray: This is great for cleaning the changing table. I love the lemon scent.
      • Dapple All Purpose Cleaner Spray: This spray can be used on any surface. Perfect for toy cleaning too. The lavender smells amazing.
      • Dapple Toy and Surface Wipes: These wipes are also perfect for toys, high chairs, swings and countertops. They would make a great addition to the diaper bag, especially when your little one throws their toy on the gross grocery store floor.

      Each dapple cleaning product is created with plant-based ingredients that are biodegradable, and are made without parabens, formaldehyde, SLS and SLES, as well as synthetic dyes or fragrances.

      I love all the Dapple products, but the bottle and dish liquid is my absolute favorite. If you haven’t tried this line out yet, I highly recommend doing so.

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      1. Thank you for this post. I, myself, breastfed both my children, and even with that, the recommendation is to simply wash with water – no product (which makes sense b/c of skin and our natural oils). Can’t even imagine what breastfed mommas need to go through to assure that the bottles do NOT get a residual from the soap! Thank you so much for this in-depth info. Now, I have a resource to share for my friends who bottle feed! Blessings to you, Mama ❤

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