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Lazygirl question!!

(6 Posts)
chipmonkey Sat 07-May-05 00:48:41

Can you wash bits of breastpumps in the dishwasher? Or do you have to do it by hand?

bobbybob Sat 07-May-05 01:12:56

I didn't put mine in the dishwasher because they moved around all over the place, but I think you can.

NotQuiteCockney Sat 07-May-05 06:28:33

Yes, you can, absolutely. I put the tiny bits in the basket that takes cutlery, IYKWIM.

pixiefish Sat 07-May-05 07:47:31

yes you can. I don't wash the valve or the rubber bits though (well i did once at the same time as i was washing after spag bol and they went orange)

Saacsmum Sat 07-May-05 08:51:09

I used to put mine in the steriliser in the microwave all except for the valve peice, much faster than by hand.

Leogaela Sat 07-May-05 20:01:14

the avent isis instructions says somewhere that its dishwasher safe. I put everything in (same as NQC) and sterilise after.

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