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    Default Reusable Breast Pads

    Hello,

    Can anyone recommend some good reusable breast pads?

    I used disposable with my first and thought I'd try a mix of both this time.

    Thanks!

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    I've got the avent ones. $9 for 6 so 3 pairs. I wouldn't use them in the early days as there was to much milk. I think after a month I started using them but disposable at night at DS2 who is 12 wks sleeps from 8 to 5

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    I also used the avent ones, which were fine. I have bought some lovely bamboo/velour ones for this time around from the cheeky wipes website - I think the velour side helps them "stick" a bit to your bra so they don't move around too much.
    Bambooty also have nice ones.

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    Bought some cheap ones off Ebay. I think they were bamboo. They were fine ☺

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    I'm using pinky McKay ones

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    Most modern cloth nappy makers also make and sell bamboo washable breast pads. They are amazing I loved loved mine and will be buying some this time around.
    Here are some nappy brands that sell breast pads google them
    Pea pods
    Babybare
    Bambooty
    Designer bums
    And eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    I've got the avent ones. $9 for 6 so 3 pairs. I wouldn't use them in the early days as there was to much milk. I think after a month I started using them but disposable at night at DS2 who is 12 wks sleeps from 8 to 5
    Exactly the same for me. In the early days and at night I used the disposable bamboo ones from Woolworths. The Avent reusable ones are really comfortable.


 

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