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    Forgive my ignorance but could you reuse the ones you buy from Coles etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Forgive my ignorance but could you reuse the ones you buy from Coles etc?
    They would be hard to wash and re-fill. The reusable ones have a zip-lock across the top so you can open them to fill and wash.

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    We use sinchies here and use at least 1 for each child everyday. I don't have a dishwasher but I find them ridiculously easy to clean. I just fill with warm water and shake the water out to rinse do that maybe twice then I put in a squirt of dishwashing liquid and some more hot water and get in there with the bobble bottle brush I hate give it a good scrub then zip up the top and squeeze it out of the mouth hole to make sure that is clean. I then use an unused paintbrush to get anything out of the lid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabella View Post
    We use Sili Squeeze. Completly reusable, long life, no leak, dishwasher safe, made from dood grade silicone and brilliant!! And you don't have to fill them with a syringe or funnel, so that is a bonus.
    Where did you get your sili squeeze from? I haven't found any in aus yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottySocks View Post
    They would be hard to wash and re-fill. The reusable ones have a zip-lock across the top so you can open them to fill and wash.
    ThanksThat's what I thought at first but then these ones don't appear to have a zip lock. Which is why I asked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeobull View Post
    Where did you get your sili squeeze from? I haven't found any in aus yet?
    Either here
    http://www.biome.com.au/735-sili-squ...e-food-pouches

    Or here
    https://haggusandstookles.com.au/bra...i-squeeze/131/

    I ordered from the second because I wanted the special edition pink ;-)

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    I use sinchies. So easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    ThanksThat's what I thought at first but then these ones don't appear to have a zip lock. Which is why I asked.
    Your right they don't! Looks like you need a syringe to fill them which I think would be a bit of a pain, also hard to clean I would think. Have never used those ones (pouched), but the My Lil Pouch and Sinchies both have a zip lock across the top which makes them easy to fill and wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottySocks View Post
    Your right they don't! Looks like you need a syringe to fill them which I think would be a bit of a pain, also hard to clean I would think. Have never used those ones (pouched), but the My Lil Pouch and Sinchies both have a zip lock across the top which makes them easy to fill and wash.
    The more I hear about these things, the more I want them.
    the dishwasher bit is the selling point for this house too.

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