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    Question Reusable Yogurt Pouches?

    Can anyone rec and particular brand? I use the dishwasher 100% so that would be a plus but I don't like my chances..must be easy to thoroughly wash them

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    I just bought cherub baby food reusable pouches. I figure if they can go in a steriliser the top rack of the dishwasher should be okay?!
    http://www.cherubbaby.com.au/feeding...ouches-20-pack

    But these ones can go in dishwasher.

    http://squooshi.com/pages/how-to-squooshi

    Not sure if thats what you mean, but I will be using them for yogurt as well as food etc.

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    We use the squeezy snack ones. Dishwasher safe - they wash up well.
    www.squeezysnack.com.au
    we use for yoghurt, smoothies, soup and jelly.
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    I use mylilpouch and they can go in the dishwasher. Sometimes it doesn't get right into the corners though so I usually clean them with a bottle brush. They're great though!

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    I heavily use the USA squooshi brand. They go through the dishwasher every time and then air dried on the rack I bought with my first purchase.

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    Than you everyone I'll check the out tomorrow

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    http://www.sinchies.com.au/ one of my friends told me about these ones. I haven't tried them yet and not sure about dishwasher etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by enrapture View Post
    http://www.sinchies.com.au/ one of my friends told me about these ones. I haven't tried them yet and not sure about dishwasher etc
    I've used sinchies you can get them pretty cheaply on eBay.
    Yes you can pop them in the dishwasher but as someone else mentioned- best to get into the corners with a bottle brush.

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    We use 'My Lil Pouch' they wash easily in the top rack of the dishwasher, although generally I just wash by hand.

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    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.
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