Haakaa Silicone Double-Ended Bottle Brush

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Make cleaning easier with Haakaa's Double-Ended Silicone Brush! The soft, flexible and 100% silicone bristles provide a 360 clean. On one end is a brush head that's perfectly sized for scrubbing your pumps, bottles, milk storage bags (and any general kitchen item), and on the other is thinner conical brush head with an angled tip to reach into the corners of your bottle teats, milk collectors and more! This brush is made to last, unlike plastic dish brushes that accumulate food particles, and are prone to bad smells and need frequent replacing. The silicone brush heads are removable and can be boiled to sterilize them, making it easy to keep the brush clean and free from odours.


  • Made of durable food grade silicone and high-quality stainless steel
  • Perfectly-sized brushes to clean both large and small items
  • Easy to use and clean - just boil to clean
  • Easy-grip non-slip handles that hang up for convenient storage
  • BPA, PVC and phthalate-free

Care Instructions

We recommended clean it with warm water or soapy water. To clean the double-ended silicone brush, detach the brush heads from the handle and clean separately. Do not boil stainless steel parts.

Check product condition regularly, replace if these products show any signs of damage.

Do not store near any sharp objects.

Do not use this product for anything other than its intended use.

Store in a cool, dry place and avoid direct sunlight.


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Reviewed by Gianna B.
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Works a treat!

Top quality, cleans efficiently pump and bottle bits. It's a beautiful object and will last for a long time. Pricey but worth it, I want to minimize plastic use and disposable junk as much as possible.

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