The first thing you want to do is disassemble each part of your,
water bottle and give it a good rinse inside and out with hot water to remove any debris or residue.
Next, we use dish soap and a bottle brush to scrub the interior of the bottle,
paying close attention to any hard-to-reach areas.
Once the bottle has been thoroughly scrubbed, we rinse it again with hot water and,
then sanitize it using a solution of water and vinegar.” Make your mix using equal parts water and vinegar.
Vinegar works as a disinfectant and can kill some bacteria and germs.
Rinsing a water bottle with vinegar and water can be particularly useful if the bottle has not been cleaned for some time or,
has been used to hold liquids other than water, such as juice or soda, which can leave behind sugar residues that can attract bacteria.
Finally, we allow the bottle to air dry completely.
This will help to prevent the growth of mold or bacteria inside the bottle.
For the best results, the bottle should be placed upside down at an angle on a drying mat or towel, or placed on a drying rack to ensure proper airflow.