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How To Remove Bottom Of A SodaStream Bottle [SAFE CLEANING]

how to remove bottom of a sodastream bottle

There aren’t many home devices with a long-standing cultural appeal, coolness, and convenience than a SodaStream soda bottle maker.

If you have SodaStream soda makers, you will likely use it often, or at least pretty often.

For this reason, your SodaStream bottles may tend to get ‘dirty’ pretty quickly from a buildup of unwanted stains, odors, and bacteria.

There are several steps involved in removing the bottom of the SodaStream bottle. If you want to know the step-by-step tutorial, then keep reading the article.

SodaStream bottles are used directly with the machine, so they’re constantly being screwed into the machine and consistently experiencing concentrated bursts of Carbon Dioxide.

How to Clean Bottom of Sodastream Bottle?

How to remove SodaStream bottle

How to remove SodaStream bottle

Regular maintenance of your SodaStream bottles is always recommended. Even if you take care of it enough, you can still experience a buildup of unwanted residue and SodaStream bottle mold towards the bottom of your bottle, where the base of the bottle is connected to the rest.

Removing this base would be very convenient to give the bottle a proper cleaning sometimes.

Unfortunately, SodaStream doesn’t make bottles with water that allow the base to come directly off.

It can be difficult trying to remove them, but the good news is, there’s a way to remove the bottom base, but you’ll need some glue at hand to glue it back together once you’re done cleaning the bottle with water.

This method should only be used if you desperately need to clean the area where the base meets the rest of the cup!

I have five steps to share that will remove the bottom, so stick with me.

Instructions To Remove Bottom From SodaStream Bottle

As mentioned, even if you regularly clean out your SodaStream bottles, they can still experience a buildup of residue towards the bottom and around the area where the base is connected to the rest.

SodaStream bottles are constantly being used, whether in the beverage bottle creation process, when it’s being used to drink out of, or when they’re being cleaned.

So here we go – How To Remove the Bottom Of A SodaStream Bottle.

The buildup of residue and odors can be deterred in several ways, but after a while, it may take a bit of extra effort to get that residue out if your bottles have been used consistently for a time.

If this is the case for you, then this recommends using warm water, anti-bacterial soap, and a fine scrub brush if possible!

How To Remove the Bottom Of A SodaStream Bottle in 5 steps;

  1. Get some hot sparkling water in a bowl or other container, and soak the bottom of your SodaStream bottle in hot water for 1 ½ – 3 minutes.
    1. The hot water will loosen up the glue and other material holding the base to your plastic water bottle.
  2. When it’s ready, gently pull off the bottom, then scrape away any glue that shows itself.
  3. Properly and thoroughly clean the area(s) that need to be cleaned with warm water and dish soap. Lemon juice can also be used in the mix.
  4. Re-glue the bottom with hot glue when dry and seal the perimeter.
  5. Let it dry overnight to ensure total dryness.

This can look tricky, but it can be done relatively quickly if the bottom is heated enough for the existing glue to loosen up.

Removing the bottom of a SodaStream bottle will give you more access to clean out those hard-to-reach areas.

SodaStream bottles are famously known within the community and at large for being tough to clean.

This little trick can help clean out those bottles that have been used for a long time.

How Often Should You Wash SodaStream Bottles?

Nevertheless, if you use your machine daily, you should clean your bottle daily.

If you only make sparkling drinks, you only need to fill the bottle from a tap to about the 25 percent level.

Close the bottle cap, shake it up and down a few times, and then tip the water out.

Like any other object that gets used consistently, SodaStream bottles with water can quickly experience a buildup of stains, odors, and various bacteria.

These three enemies to the longevity of your bottles will cause the type of drinks you make to go wrong before you even have the chance to drink them.

Fortunately, the buildup of these three enemies can be deterred with regular maintenance of your SodaStream bottles.

(check out my Sodastream Models ultimate guide here).

Keeping them clean is vital!

How to Clean Sodastream Bottles?

cleaning SodaStream bottles

Cleaning SodaStream bottles

Essentially, cleaning and washing your SodaStream bottles with lukewarm water would be recommended after each use.

You don’t always have to go to the full extent, but at least giving them some cleaning after each use would help out the bottles and you a lot.

After each use, you should rinse each bottle with soap and water.

Using soapy water won’t cut it every time. After every few washes from soapy water, cleaning your bottles with a tablet or lemon juice would be recommended.

Cleaning tablets are made by SodaStream themselves, but there is also an abundant amount of other cleaning tablets you can use, as well.

Lemon juice is known to act as an anti-bacterial and works very well at removing odors and stains.

What happens if you put orange juice in a SodaStream?

There are two things to know about adding beautiful bubbles to your Orange Juice: More pulp in the orange juice will make carbonating more complex and much messier.

Orange juice carbonates more efficiently than water, which increases the level of fizz.

As a rule of thumb, always wash your SodaStream bottles with at least some warm water and soap after every single use, mainly if you use soda syrup often in your bottles.

Syrup mix can lead to excess deposited materials that build up as residue.

You can pick up these cleaning tablets here on Amazon.

Regardless, even if you use your SodaStream device for seltzer, you should still wash the bottles after each use.

Remember, wash after each use, and use a cleaning tablet or lemon juice after every few uses!

Why is my SodaStream not very fizzy?

Make sure the cylinder is tight enough and retighten it if necessary by twisting it to the right.
If you’re still not getting a range of bubbles and don’t hear a sputtering sound when you press the carbonation button, you may be out of gas.

What Happens If You Put A SodaStream Bottle In The Dishwasher?

SodaStream bottles made by SodaStream are safe for the dishwasher.

How Often Should You Wash SodaStream Bottles

These are the glass / BPA-Free plastic bottle products that can be purchased online or in stores. If the SodaStream bottle you are interested in is dishwasher-safe, this feature will always be labeled.

However, most of the older SodaStream bottles that many people still use today are not safe for the dishwasher, primarily because they are made of weaker plastic.

If you happen to run your plastic SodaStream bottle through the dishwasher, it will likely get ruined.

The bottle will be ruined by becoming deformed from the constant heat the bottle is experiencing.

If your bottle becomes deformed, it will not be able to hold the carbonation beverages as effectively as it’s supposed to, thus ruining your bottle. It may also result in a bottle stuck in SodaStream.

Since most SodaStream bottles are not dishwasher safe today, users are forced to clean them by hand and with a bottle brush.

SodaStream bottles are famously annoying to clean, and not being able to use a lot of them in dishwashers is a big reason that this is so.

Not being able to clean your bottles in a dishwasher may be irritating, but don’t let this deter you from regularly cleaning out your bottles after each use!

Dishwasher Proof SodaStream Bottles

SodaStream bottle stuck

SodaStream bottle stuck

SodaStream has heard complaints from customers over recent years, which is why there is now a selection of dishwasher-safe SodaStream bottles to choose from.

The dishwasher-safe bottles SodaStream offers can be found on their website or in a retail store near you.

One of the best things is that they’re relatively cheap, as well!

Dishwasher-proof SodaStream bottles are readily available on Amazon

These are some of the options you have in choosing the right one for you;

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The 1L bottles are offered to look just like the classic ones but are engineered for safe dishwasher use. The 0.5L ones are perfect for when you’re on the go!

Glass bottles are also offered by third-party companies, just like the one listed here.

Glass bottles that are made for the SodaStream are always dishwasher-safe.

They provide an excellent alternative to plastic SodaStream bottles!

What Does BPA-Free Mean?

All of the bottles made by SodaStream are now BPA-free.
BPA is short for a chemical named Bisphenol-A. Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical produced in large quantities, primarily in polycarbonate plastics.

It is found in various products, including shatterproof windows, eyewear, water bottles, and epoxy resins that coat some metal food cans, bottle tops, and water supply pipes.

Even though BPA has been convenient to make common plastic items with in the past, it’s been discovered that it can have some rather harmful side effects when constantly exposed to the chemical.

How often should I replace my SodaStream bottles?

Remember that carbonating reusable water bottles have upto 2-year warranty before they need to be replaced, and Aqua Fizz™, Crystal™, and Penguin™ glass carafes may be used indefinitely, provided they remain free from cracks or other damage, or until the expiration date.

Limited lifetime warranty of All SodaStream Sparkling Water Makers have at least a 2-year

How long can you use a BPA-free bottle?

BPA-free stainless steel water bottles last for about two years before showing signs of wear and tear, and BPA-free plastic water bottles can only last up to 2 years. The lifespan of BPA-free water bottles can depend on the materials used to make them.


Every SodaStream owner knows that SodaStream bottles can quickly get dirty.
Since they’re constantly being used throughout the whole process, the bottles can quickly experience a buildup of stains, odors, and bacteria.

Older bottles of water that have been through a lot of use can reach a point where they need some extra effort to be cleaned. Otherwise, they may be called smelly water bottles.

If this is the case for you and some of your bottles, try out the steps listed above to remove the bottom of your bottle and clean out the areas that need it the most.