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Old 02-26-2013, 05:37 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Can you recommend good drool pads to use with a Beco Gemini? The ones made by Beco seem to have negative reviews. I see a lot on Etsy but don't know what's best. (And yes I know it's easy to make myself but I don't have the time!) Thanks in advance!


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Beco has organic drool pads for $19.99 but on Etsy there is a listing for drool pads and a teething pad for $18.95 that are also organic from HisandHersHomemade. 

 

http://www.etsy.com/shop/HisandHersHomemade?ref=seller_info_count

 

I've heard awesome things about them and I prefer Organic cause the baby is chewing on them so less pesticides is better.

 

I hope you get some some good ideas and some awesome drool pads. 

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I am wondering the same thing , but plan to get another carrier Bopa3g, just in case anyone who has it is giving advice. I am all about preventing leakage in all forms without PUL , so complicated!Someone help us simplify!
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