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I was wondering if anybody knows of any washable nursing pads that are not noticable under clothing. I've only tried the gerber ones and they are so obvious.
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They aren't cloth, but I LOVED my LilyPadz!!
 

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i saw those but didn't really take the time to read the package. So how do they work. Aren't they plastic or something. Thanks for the info. I may try those then if they are not noticeable. I'm using the lansinoh disposables now and would rather use something reusable ya know.
 

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i saw those but didn't really take the time to read the package. So how do they work. Aren't they plastic or something. Thanks for the info. I may try those then if they are not noticeable. I'm using the lansinoh disposables now and would rather use something reusable ya know.
They're silicone. Actually, the reason I chose to start using them in the first place was because I wanted something unnoticable, and they worked great!! They just have one side that's kinda sticky (you "renew" the stickiness when you wash them).
 

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They just have one side that's kinda sticky (you "renew" the stickiness when you wash them).
LilyPadz are re-usable? How long can you use them?
 

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I bought some at the Motherhood store; after I got them home I realized they were just made out of four layers of flannel. I made a ton out of a yard of flannel and they were exactly the same as the bought ones and very easy to make. Also, they didn't show under my clothes like my disposables did.
 

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LilyPadz are re-usable? How long can you use them?
I think it depends on how well you take care of them...I've only had them since 3 months PP and stopped needing them around 5 months, so I don't have much experience, but my best friend has used hers for over 3 years!!
 
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