Review & Giveaway: The Milk Buster!

I recently wrote a post announcing Mum’s The Word is a new Nimble Babies Ambassador (you can find the post here!)

I was sent the Nimble Babies Milk Buster for review and when it arrived I loved the way it was beautifully packaged!

In the box there were 2x 200ml Milk Buster for review and 6 x 60ml travel size Milk Buster’s to give out to family and friends (needless to say my mum friends loved them!)

For such a simple task, I really don’t like the bottle washing process at all – it’s so mundane and by the end of the soak the bottles in hot fairy liquidy water stage, then scrubbing them with the bottle brush I find that most of the bottles still actually smell milky and don’t look clean at all!

Before having children myself I would see people with their yucky and cloudy baby bottles and scoff at ‘How can you be that lazy that you can’t just clean the bottle properly?!’ Well now I realise! Cloudiness and left over residue isn’t down to laziness, it’s down to using the wrong cleaning products in the first place.

Well that’s where the Milk Buster comes in! The Milk Buster is specially formulated to prevent and remove the build up of milk residue left on bottles – which can become a breeding ground for bacteria – and leaves the bottles looking and smelling just like new!

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The Milk Buster is so much milder than fairy liquid from being made out of coconut, sugar & amino acids. The ‘Tulip Test’ proves just how safe the milk Buster is compared to other washing up liquids.

As parents we are naturally always so protective of our children watching closely the things they eat, play with and where they go – so it makes sense to use only the best for them when it comes to cleaning the products they use every single day, doesn’t it?!

You can also use the Milk Buster on:


Plastic plates & bowls

Children’s tupperware

Breast pumps

Here’s my first ever Vlog reviewing the Nimble Babies Milk Buster! (I don’t usually sound that posh, I think it’s just the video effect! And after having a real bad skin week – ironically it’s from trying to eat healthier – I decided not to star in the video! Haha!)

Usually I get a bowl of water and rinse off the bottles in there which means the whole process saves a lot more water, especially when you don’t have to run a bowl of soapy water and do the whole load of washing up (if you’re old school and don’t like using a dishwasher like me!)

The Milk Buster retails at around £6.99 which you may think is a little bit on the expensive side for a cleaning product, but when you think of the time and water you will save, and how you are prolonging the life of your bottles thus saving the cost of having to buy new ones, then I think it is a perfectly reasonable price. You can get your Milk Buster here!

Other places to find the Nimble Babies Milk Buster:

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Tesco Direct


To win yourself the brilliant Nimble Babies Milk Buster, please enter our giveaway below and any shares would really be appreciated to get more people involved too! 🙂

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Have you ever tried the Milk Buster before? If so, what did you think? If not, would you like to?

Thanks for reading!


** I was sent this product for the purpose of the review however as always all opinions are 100% honest and my own 🙂 **

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  1. I love the tulip test! I hate bottle washing too. I have used something similar before and thought it was great. I am all for products that make life easier! Thanks for sharing at #familyfun x

  2. We wash our bottles everyday and haven’t tried this process. With our youngest quickly growing up though I think it won’t be long before she’s fully weaned. #bestandworst

  3. What a fab product. It’s so long ago now, but I clearly remember bottles turning cloudy after a bit of time. It was always so frustrating, but this looks like it’s solving the problem. Great review. Thank you for sharing with the #DreamTeam x

  4. Oh goodness I wish I’d known about this!! We’ve just finished with the bottles. I used to hate it, and no matter how much I scrubbed and sterilised they still went a funny colour. Will suss this out though for other uses, and also her milk cup! #MarvMondays

  5. sounds fab – I breastfed Arthur and will do the same with the next one hopefully, but occasionally when I had to pump it was tricky to clean everything properly and i ended up sterilising things multiple times! Alos, now he’s a toddler and has cows milk to drink sometimes in a cup and they often just get left and forgotten about until they arent so easy to clean! #kcacols

  6. Hey 🙂 Not sure why but the comments don’t work when using google chrome! But on safari it’s totally fine. This product looks awesome! I haven’t had to use bottles with my kiddos (because none of them would take one…) but my bestie hasn’t been able to breastfeed her kids and she always has formula and the smell in the bottles is crazy! She ended up switching to the drop in liner style because of this! This product would have been awesome for her!!!! Great review #KCACOLS

  7. Ahahaha – I love the name – that’s fantastic. I didn’t realise how hard it was to clean milk up until I had a kid myself. #kcacols

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