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    Hi all, Does anyone have one of those mesh feeder thingies, and if so, what brand, please? Are they hard to clean? Thanks

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    I just wash DD up with the dishes. I think it's a Tommee Tippee one I'll have to check.

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    Yep, I was mine with the dishes too, although we don't use it much now but he loved it at first, I can imagine it would be great for babies with watermelon in the summer

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    DD loved ours.

    Can't remember brand sorry. It was a no name from woolies.

    Not hard to clean at all. DD pretty much chomped everything into a purée so was easy to rinse/nothing stuck in the mesh.

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    Worst things to clean! Don't ever put banana in them. Clean them straight after you use them.
    I gave up on them when I discovered my ds was sucking on the wrong end continuously!

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    We have a Tommee Tippee one, I just clean it straight after DD is done and it's easy to clean

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    Thanks, all. I got a Sassy one as it has a cover to go over the mesh. He took to it quickly and has enjoyed avocado and steamed broccoli


 

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