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Thread: The Case of the Crusty Horns!

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    Default The Case of the Crusty Horns!

    I always slightly scrub and rinse the horns/pump parts after I pump... then I boil them about once a week. I just noticed the other day, the very inside of the pump (near the back part, where it angles), it's turned yellowy and looks like dried up milk. I wonder if the gunk would be bad for the baby?

    How are you guys keeping your parts nice and clean? I'm thinking of grabbing a Q-tip and just wiping it down... it's kinda hard to reach though
    Proud of Baby

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    Default Re: The Case of the Crusty Horns!

    i occasionally do a good soak in 1:1 of vinegar and hot water.

    someone once posted a good skinny brush, i'll see if i can find it.

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    Default Re: The Case of the Crusty Horns!

    this is actually a set of cleaning tools but you can see the thin brush may help.

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    Default Re: The Case of the Crusty Horns!

    Thanks! It's only $5 too!!

    *adds to shopping cart*
    Proud of Baby

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