ASDA Little Angels for Mum 6 Washable Breast Pads £1.00 @ Asda Direct(freeC&C)
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ASDA Little Angels for Mum 6 Washable Breast Pads £1.00 @ Asda Direct(freeC&C)

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Found 6th Feb 2014
Reduced from £3.00 to £1.00. Chosen by mums.Super soft, absorbent and contoured for extra comfort & discreet fit.Wash bag included. Anti leak system.Washable up to 50 times.

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Saw these instore yesterday too

wow great find OP, i have these and theyre great, so easy to wash and very discreet. have some heat!

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mrswebster

wow great find OP, i have these and theyre great, so easy to wash and … wow great find OP, i have these and theyre great, so easy to wash and very discreet. have some heat!


Thanks.

hot

Sorry cold from me..... like new mums haven't got enough to do with a new born or two..... save time use disposables. imagine having to worry if your breast pads are dry or not?

Oos

staceybaby

Sorry cold from me..... like new mums haven't got enough to do with a new … Sorry cold from me..... like new mums haven't got enough to do with a new born or two..... save time use disposables. imagine having to worry if your breast pads are dry or not?


or alternatively imagine having to worry if you are going to run out all the time and having to go out to buy them every two minutes. As if having a baby wasn't expensive enough.

its like re use able nappies who would do this??? would you re use and tampon or sanitary towel jesus!! normal will do thanks only just have enough time to wipe your own butt let alone wash some breast pads lol.. cold from me sorry

Are they big enough for moobs?

I have no experience of these pads but I used wool ones when I was bf and they were great - far more absorbent and comfortable than disposables - hot

nk89

its like re use able nappies who would do this??? would you re use and … its like re use able nappies who would do this??? would you re use and tampon or sanitary towel jesus!! normal will do thanks only just have enough time to wipe your own butt let alone wash some breast pads lol.. cold from me sorry



Er..... people reused nappies til the late 70s at least. And in the past 15 years or so they have become much more popular again. And breast pads are there to catch milk leaks, MILK not blood. And FYI washable pads ARE normal, disposable ones are just a more recent version. For anyone that REALLY needs to use these, disposable are not absorbent enough anyway. I actually find your post very very weird and quite disturbing.

HOT HOT HOT

staceybaby

Sorry cold from me..... like new mums haven't got enough to do with a new … Sorry cold from me..... like new mums haven't got enough to do with a new born or two..... save time use disposables. imagine having to worry if your breast pads are dry or not?



I think you're supposed to vote cold if you think the item is not a good buy, not if you think the item isn't worth having!

I don't know what others are like, but when I have a newborn in the house I do a load of baby washing every day so you would only need to have a few pairs of these so that you could stick the dirties ones in the baby load every morning and they'd be ready the following day. Guess you could have a box of disposables as back up
Edited by: "sheep_go_baa" 6th Feb 2014

great find OP. ignore all the negitive comments about the item. its great having a newborn and no having to leave the house for disposables!

therealslimkaty

Er..... people reused nappies til the late 70s at least. And in the past … Er..... people reused nappies til the late 70s at least. And in the past 15 years or so they have become much more popular again. And breast pads are there to catch milk leaks, MILK not blood. And FYI washable pads ARE normal, disposable ones are just a more recent version. For anyone that REALLY needs to use these, disposable are not absorbent enough anyway. I actually find your post very very weird and quite disturbing. HOT HOT HOT



disturbing hahahahaha jokes love.... why would u you anything like that ?? a childs 100x re used washed **** nappy... yes totally fresh and they did it back then as thats all there was!!! JOG

Hot, just bought some little lambs ones for quite a bit more- might try these aswell.

dtbcomp

or alternatively imagine having to worry if you are going to run out all … or alternatively imagine having to worry if you are going to run out all the time and having to go out to buy them every two minutes. As if having a baby wasn't expensive enough.



if you can't afford the essentials, don't have a baby....simple! I know it's expensive I have 5 but I stocked up on breast pads before the birth so I could concentrate on my children, not washing breast pads.

sheep_go_baa

I think you're supposed to vote cold if you think the item is not a good … I think you're supposed to vote cold if you think the item is not a good buy, not if you think the item isn't worth having!I don't know what others are like, but when I have a newborn in the house I do a load of baby washing every day so you would only need to have a few pairs of these so that you could stick the dirties ones in the baby load every morning and they'd be ready the following day. Guess you could have a box of disposables as back up



I did vote cold because I think the item isn't a good buy

Hot hot hot there normaly more expensive i made my own as with my 2nd child disposable ones had tripled in price always leaked through with disposable never with reuasble much better

staceybaby

I think you're supposed to vote cold if you think the item is not a good … I think you're supposed to vote cold if you think the item is not a good buy, not if you think the item isn't worth having!I don't know what others are like, but when I have a newborn in the house I do a load of baby washing every day so you would only need to have a few pairs of these so that you could stick the dirties ones in the baby load every morning and they'd be ready the following day. Guess you could have a box of disposables as back up



I did vote cold because I think the item isn't a good buy
that's exactly what I mean. so your washing babies clothes - normal and worrying about breast pads - not normal. maybe some new mums have too much time in their hands?

nk89

its like re use able nappies who would do this??? would you re use and … its like re use able nappies who would do this??? would you re use and tampon or sanitary towel jesus!! normal will do thanks only just have enough time to wipe your own butt let alone wash some breast pads lol.. cold from me sorry



here here!!

Linglingbargain

great find OP. ignore all the negitive comments about the item. its great … great find OP. ignore all the negitive comments about the item. its great having a newborn and no having to leave the house for disposables!



just curious? do u not leave the house for disposable maternity pads either?

staceybaby

just curious? do u not leave the house for disposable maternity pads … just curious? do u not leave the house for disposable maternity pads either?



or nappies etc? do mums not need to go out after having a baby coz they have washable breast pads. The world hasn't half changed since I had my last 17 months ago.

great buy at that price you could buy a few packs. hardly hard to wash n dry. wash them out under running water n stick on the radiator, they would soon dry.

staceybaby

I did vote cold because I think the item isn't a good buy :)that's … I did vote cold because I think the item isn't a good buy :)that's exactly what I mean. so your washing babies clothes - normal and worrying about breast pads - not normal. maybe some new mums have too much time in their hands?



No one is worrying about them, I'm not sure how you do your washin (maybe by hand???) but how long does it take to throw 2 breast pads in the washer???

nk89

disturbing hahahahaha jokes love.... why would u you anything like that … disturbing hahahahaha jokes love.... why would u you anything like that ?? a childs 100x re used washed **** nappy... yes totally fresh and they did it back then as thats all there was!!! JOG


You are SOOOO wrong oO

Emmamed

great buy at that price you could buy a few packs. hardly hard to wash n … great buy at that price you could buy a few packs. hardly hard to wash n dry. wash them out under running water n stick on the radiator, they would soon dry.



yuk.

sheep_go_baa

No one is worrying about them, I'm not sure how you do your washin (maybe … No one is worrying about them, I'm not sure how you do your washin (maybe by hand???) but how long does it take to throw 2 breast pads in the washer???



Yeah. by hand. I have a big wooden tub & a bar of soap too.
you do realise this is 2014 not 1970?
how long would one set of disposables last? The way u mingers are talking U'll wear one set 24 hrs. I'd assume a few hours then wash. a few hours again then wash etc. no thank you.

staceybaby

Yeah. by hand. I have a big wooden tub & a bar of soap too. you do … Yeah. by hand. I have a big wooden tub & a bar of soap too. you do realise this is 2014 not 1970? how long would one set of disposables last? The way u mingers are talking U'll wear one set 24 hrs. I'd assume a few hours then wash. a few hours again then wash etc. no thank you.



I guess it depends how leaky you are! There are 3 pairs in the pack for a £1. For a fiver you could have 15 pairs!!! That should be more than enough for you to change them every few hours

A lot of clueless people on here! I suppose all your kids clothes are disposable too? Or are you a 'minger' who washes and reuses them when a baby has vomited milk on them? Most disposable breast pads have an absorbent chemical gel in them, I don't want chemical residue near my childs mouth.

nk89

disturbing hahahahaha jokes love.... why would u you anything like that … disturbing hahahahaha jokes love.... why would u you anything like that ?? a childs 100x re used washed **** nappy... yes totally fresh and they did it back then as thats all there was!!! JOG



Just wondering if you could repeat this, but in English this time, as i genuinely haven't a clue what you're saying here. Have you been hitting the bottle early? lol
Edited by: "therealslimkaty" 6th Feb 2014

therealslimkaty

Just wondering if you could repeat this, but in English this time, as i … Just wondering if you could repeat this, but in English this time, as i genuinely haven't a clue what you're saying here. Have you been hitting the bottle early? lol


Sounds like their school knocked off early today

leaky123

A lot of clueless people on here! I suppose all your kids clothes are … A lot of clueless people on here! I suppose all your kids clothes are disposable too? Or are you a 'minger' who washes and reuses them when a baby has vomited milk on them? Most disposable breast pads have an absorbent chemical gel in them, I don't want chemical residue near my childs mouth.



so you don't give your sweaty stale milky breast a wash before feeding your child? you just whip it out your bra n hey presto?

staceybaby

so you don't give your sweaty stale milky breast a wash before feeding … so you don't give your sweaty stale milky breast a wash before feeding your child? you just whip it out your bra n hey presto?


Hmm thanks to you I now have an image of that in my head... oO

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Linglingbargain

great find OP. ignore all the negitive comments about the item. its great … great find OP. ignore all the negitive comments about the item. its great having a newborn and no having to leave the house for disposables!



Thanks very much for your supportive input. I usually ignore this sort of comments as some will still complaints even they get something completely free.

Staceybaby if you've ever breastfed then you'll know it's not only unnecessary but actually detrimental to clean between feeds. I won't go into detail, there's plenty of information out there. Your normal daily or twice daily shower/bath is sufficient, though am slightly concerned that you think women have sweaty tits?

leaky123

Staceybaby if you've ever breastfed then you'll know it's not only … Staceybaby if you've ever breastfed then you'll know it's not only unnecessary but actually detrimental to clean between feeds. I won't go into detail, there's plenty of information out there. Your normal daily or twice daily shower/bath is sufficient, though am slightly concerned that you think women have sweaty tits?



ok miss A cup, so with a milky breast pad, a bra & top on u don't think that might produce a bit of sweat? I'm sure the larger breasted woman of today will know what I mean.

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staceybaby

I did vote cold because I think the item isn't a good buy



Thanks very much for your vote.

Anyway OP, voted hot as, regardless of having pert pancakes or big sweaty udders, excellent price for a good product.

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leaky123

Anyway OP, voted hot as, regardless of having pert pancakes or big sweaty … Anyway OP, voted hot as, regardless of having pert pancakes or big sweaty udders, excellent price for a good product.



Cheers.Lol

oos :'(
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