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Thread: Gerber Massaging Manual Breast Pump

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Oak Harbor, WA

    Default Gerber Massaging Manual Breast Pump

    I have one of these pumps that I used occassionally for my dd (who is 19 months now). I have a ds due in July so I took my pump out of storage to inspect it and found mold in the valve (soft silicone piece) and in the lid assembly. I can't find any replacement parts for this pump, so I seem to have two options. 1-bleach everything and hope that it gets everything clean or 2.-throw it out and buy a new one . What you do?
    Daughter of God, Wife to my wonderful Hubby, Mama to DD(8-28-08) Angel Baby (8-2-09) and due with DS (7-5-10)!
    We , , and all day long!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Springfield, Oregon

    Default Re: Gerber Massaging Manual Breast Pump

    Mold is really nasty and I would suspect very hard to get rid of from plastic. Pumps are really expensive but personally I would buy a new one.

    Sorry you have mold, what a bummer.
    Baby Girl "Piper" born Feb 12th, 2010. She is a true blessing!

    And a baby who is now an Angel in Heaven Feb 7th, 2008.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2007

    Default Re: Gerber Massaging Manual Breast Pump

    Buy a new one. Once plastic has mold, it's very difficult to remove it.
    Momma to K 05/24/07 (due 05/31/07)
    Momma to I, 06/04/10 VBAC'd (due 05/31/10). Read about it here

    Exclusive Pumper to first for 18 months.
    I got my VBAC!

    Struggling with nursing but one way or another breast milk is all they get.

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