washable breats pads

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  1. LynnieH

    LynnieH Well-Known Member

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    Can someone recommend some washable breast pads please as I am soaking through dispoables and it's costing me a fortune.
     
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    Spunky Cupkake Well-Known Member

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    avent ones tho i wouldnt bother as you will need to buy loads if your are leaking loads id stay using disposables im not sure how much they are and how many are i a pk have a look on toysrus or boots or even ebay

    spunky
     
  3. Minxy

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    Minxy

    They look great and a reasonable price. Just have to make sure I don't wear fushia one under a white t-shirt and bra! :oops:
     
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    I've got a load of Ella's House ones for this time round, I went for the pale pink ones :D
     
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    Minx Menstrual/Sanitary Pads

    :shock:

    Must admit I didn't think there were such options :shock:
     
  7. Minxy

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    I know! I'm still working up the courage to give eco san-pro a go! :lol:
     
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    I said to DH about eco san products and he wasn't keen, I think it's the thought of where they'll go whilst waiting to be washed.
     
  10. Minxy

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    In the nappy bucket! But that's what puts me off too. Ours is in the utility lean to and I'd worry about rats! :oops: (Bleurgh, just made myself feel sick)
     
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    Don't think I could do it :shock: Surely that mooncup would be a better option?

    Sorry Lynnie me bad I changed topic :oops:
     
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    LynnieH Well-Known Member

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    I'm all sorted now thanks, hi-jack away!

    :wink:
     
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    Was just :shock: When I clicked on the item - I was just being nosey :lol:
     

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