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    Default What do you freeze your milk in?

    Just before bub's birth (now 10 months) I bought a packet of Dr Brown's breastmilk storage bags and I think they're fab because they never leak.

    But I only have one left. Lately I express only about once a month or twice at most... so I don't want to buy a whole pack of these bags (which are fairly pricey) when I'm going to start to wean bub in a couple of months.

    Can you just use regular snap lock bags? Does anyone do this?

    Sorry if my question sounds very stupid. Just want to know what others do.

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    Default What do you freeze your milk in?

    I did!
    They were fine

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    Default What do you freeze your milk in?

    Not sure if regular snap lock bags are sterile. I use the swisspers brand. Think they were only about $5 and they haven't leaked yet.

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    Default Re: What do you freeze your milk in?

    Quote Originally Posted by hollychops View Post
    Not sure if regular snap lock bags are sterile. I use the swisspers brand. Think they were only about $5 and they haven't leaked yet.
    I've heard about these but cant find in the supermarket or chemist. Where can I buy them from? I've used the avent storage cups but think a bag might take up less room in my freezer?

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    I tipped milk into ice cube trays, and then into snap-bags with the date written on it once they were frozen. I did this for 1.5 years, never had an issue.

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    Default What do you freeze your milk in?

    I just used snack size zip lock bags wrote on it date a I expressed how much and froze, never leaked.

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    I just use the snack glad bags too. Never had leakage

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    Glad bags here too. A few have had a couple of drops coming out of the bottom corner when I've put the milk in, but I just position those ones in the freezer so that the milk is falling towards the zip lock edge.

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    Default What do you freeze your milk in?

    Snap lock bags here too

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    Default What do you freeze your milk in?

    Quote Originally Posted by squirrelex View Post
    I've heard about these but cant find in the supermarket or chemist. Where can I buy them from? I've used the avent storage cups but think a bag might take up less room in my freezer?

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