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Tommee Tippee Washable Nursing Pads

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Washable Nursing Pads

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Parent Reviews and Comments
RobinSparkles
I made the switch to washable breastpads when my milk settled right down at about 7 months, I only need to use them every so often if he has gone a long time without a feed so don't experience the need to change them often.

I much prefer these to disposables, so much comfier and they sit inside the bra really well.

Found the price really fair and very comparable to buying a packet of breastpads as they last much much longer.
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I found the Tommee Tippee washable breast pads to be very comfortable and easy to use.

They rarely moved once in place and have the convienience of being washable and they dry quickly.

They don't however have any form of waterproofing and I found  they do leak. I wouldn't actually wear them at night because of this.

I found that you needed to change them every feed to prevent leaks.

If you are willing to change them every couple of hours then these pads are quite good because they are so comfortable and easily washed and dried.

Arbre de la vie
after 3 days of using disposible breastpads (which i hated!!) i bought a pack of these and never looked back! and then bought a couple more packs because i loved them so much.. and because i leaked so much! you can throw them in the washing machine, but i used to just rinse them out in the shower and let them dry over night. so easy and so comfortable! they breathe much better than disposibles and they are super absorbant. they stay perfectly in place and without the need for adheasive strips (which i found never worked on sposies anyway!). they are very comfortable and ive only ever had them leak over night when DS slept through a feed or two.. but nothing would contain that! :P 
LlamaMa
I'll never go back to sposies again! They are so easy to wash (i do it in the shower!), and dry fast too. Great for the environment, and your boobies too :o)
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