Munchkin Shine Stainless Steel Bottle Brush & Refill Brush Head

Munchkin Shine Stainless Steel Bottle Brush & Refill Brush Head

Munchkin Shine Stainless Steel Bottle Brush & Refill Brush Head

  • Includes (1) complete bottle brush, (1) soft rubber nipple brush in handle and (1) replacement brush head
  • Flexible neck reaches the corners of every bottle shape
  • Durable nylon bristles are scratch-free, yet soft and reduce splash-back
  • Stands upright with suction cup base, away from household germs
  • Twist on/off replaceable brush heads to reduce germ build-up

The munchkin shine stainless steel bottle brush features the latest in bottle brush innovation without sacrificing your kitchen’s decor. Durable and sturdy nylon bristles are tough on dirt, yet gentle on baby’s bottles and reduce the dreaded splash-back when it pops out of the bottle opening. Nooks, crannies and hard to reach corners are no match for the flexible brush neck, which bends and moves to get into every bottle with ease. Suction cup base allows you to simply pop it onto the countertop

List Price: $ 11.99

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  • March 13, 2017 at 5:42 am
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    4.0 out of 5 stars
    After using both brushes here is what I like and do not like about the Munchkin Shine, February 17, 2017
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    This review is from: Munchkin Shine Stainless Steel Bottle Brush & Refill Brush Head (Baby Product)
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    I usually use the Munchkin Sponge Bottle Brush. It looks similar to this Munchkin Shine Stainless Steel Bottle brush with some differences. They both have the silicone nipple brush on the bottom with the suction cup. The Munchkin Shine Stainless Steel Bottle brush has a stainless steel handle and an all bristle brush and the head that holds the handle is a thick plastic tube. The Munchkin Sponge Bottle Brush has a plastic handle mix with a rubber grip and the brush head has a sponge tip and bristle brush combo and the bristles are held with a bendable wire. The other difference is that the Munchkin Shine has removable brush heads and the Munchkin Sponge does not.

    After using both brushes here is what I like and do not like about the Munchkin Shine. I do not mind if the brush has a sponge or all bristle tip. It both cleans my sons bottles fine. My mother in-law refuses to even try the Munchkin Shine Stainless Steel Bottle brush because she has to have the sponge tip so she will continue using the Munchkin Sponge. I really like the option to remove and replace the brushheads. I checked out the price to get replacement heads and they are cheaper to just get the head than to get the whole brush. It is always a plus to be able to save money. Another reason I like the removable head is because right now I am using a brush for my son’s bottles and another for me and my husbands thermos mugs. So right now I have 2 separate brushes lying around my sink. Since the Munchkin Shine comes with 2 brush heads, I could now just have 1 handle and switch out the heads for my son’s bottles and ours. Since both heads are the same color I had to put a waterproof label to mark which one was ours. I wish they would make different color heads in the future. I also hope Munchkin would make options for replaceable heads with the sponge tip and wire so I could get that for my in-law to use. Even though the Plastic tube is strong and thick for the brush head and will seem to be very durable I do like the wire head more because I am able to bend the head to clean hard to reach areas. I use the Joovy Boob baby bottles now so the Shine brush works fine because the bottles are wide and easy to clean but this brush would be a little more difficult for bottles that have narrow opening and lots of curves. Yes the Shine looks prettier and looks more expensive than the Munchkin Sponge because of the stainless steel handle but the Shine handle is less ergonomic and could be a little slippery when wet compared to the Sponge with its curved grip handles.

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  • March 13, 2017 at 6:04 am
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Needs some improvements, February 6, 2017
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    This review is from: Munchkin Shine Stainless Steel Bottle Brush & Refill Brush Head (Baby Product)
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    I have been a long time user of the OXO Bottle Brush with Nipple and Stand Cleaner and when the Munchkin Stainless Steel Bottle Cleaner became available I though I would give it a try. I honestly prefer the suction cup base because it stays in place, and it is easy to pop off and on. I like the stainless steel handle, but the brush is too short and the bristles are too narrow and stiff, which end up making the water splash your face when pulling it out. Comparing it side by side in the attached picture to the OXO Brush you can see the difference in length and bristle shape.

    If Munchkin would resign the brush and make the length longer, it would be the perfect cleaner!

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  • March 13, 2017 at 6:50 am
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    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Prepare to be sprayed if using on Dr. Brown’s bottles, March 4, 2017
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    I have two toddlers 14 months apart. We’ve been using and cleaning bottles for years now. We have Dr. Browns and Philips Avent (mostly) along with a handful of random sippy cups. This Munchkin brush claims that it reduces splashback when removing the brush from the bottle. I couldn’t disagree more! I got the worst sprays using this to wash my bottles. Perhaps there’s a trick to it, but I’ll stick with my current standard brush (Dr. Brown’s). Outside of the spray issue, the build of this brush is fantastic. It’s solid and sturdy with interchangeable heads (brilliant). If you have wide-mouthed bottles this might work better!
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