Bottle Bright Review
I love when a product actually does what it says it will do!
Bottle Bright by Clean Ethics is a tablet form cleanser for your drinking vessels and beverage containers. With its simple use and clear instructions, I had a foaming cleansing solution in my favorite travel mug in no time.
According to Clean Ethics, Bottle Bright is an “effervescent tablet” that can be used in practically any drinking container you can think of. From water bottles, travel mugs, hydration bladders, or thermos this product is designed to clean and sanitize them all.
The draw to this type of product is simply the need for a quality product that actually provides a safe liquid container to use. How many times have you thought, “I hope that green stuff in my hydration bladder is good?” or “man, that coffee mug is gross!” With Bottle Bright, you now have a solution.
I must admit, I was skeptical at first. To truly test out this product I tried it in two separate mugs, one that my wife uses (slightly stained) and one that I use (practically black from years of residue [I like to think that it gives my coffee more flavor.]) The tabs were very convenient. I simply filled our mugs with warm water and plopped in a tablet. I let the tabs fizz for five minutes to dissolve, placed the lids on the mugs and shook it vigorously to mix it up, finally letting it soak for ten minutes. I then simply rinsed out the mugs.
My wife’s mug came out shinny new, no staining or residue. Mine however needed a little scrubbing. But the effort was minimal. In fact, all I really had to do was run a sponge through it and it too came out looking practically brand new.
Bottom line, the product worked. All too often one hears promises from companies about their products yet is met with less than stellar results in reality. This was not the case for Bottle Bright. They said their product would clean my mugs and it certainly did. In addition to the clean look, there was zero taste of residue, chemicals, or taste to the first, second, and subsequent coffees in those mugs. I was very pleased.
On a side note, the makers of Bottle Bright (Clean Ethics) also use their resources to help out developing countries. With every package of Bottle Bright sold, Clean Ethics gives the same amount of Bottle Bright to people in vital need of clean water containers. This project is called “Clean in Kind.”
Thanks Bottle Bright!So, not only does this product work but you are actually helping out others. A win win in my book.
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Guest review by Ben Downey