Drop-In Hack for Breast Pumping Mommas

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If your drop-in liners user and a mother who is pumping because of work? This is the instructable for you.

This is the easiest thing you can do, just stop buying to Drop-in Liners and use your breast milk storage bags instead   The nice this about doing it this way is that you don't have to worry about your drop-in liners being clean for your babies to eat.  By using the storage bag you are guaranteeing that your babe is eating from a sterile environment because the bag was sterile when you opened it to add the milk and you dont have to transfer the milk to another container.

And the added bonus is you save $10 by not having to buy the Drop-ins in the 1st place.

Drop-in liner: $10             Breast Milk Storage bags: $10               Total = $20          
                                                                                                                   Now it is only $10

The process is easy ...


Step 1: Warm Up Your Breast Milk

Warm up your breast milk in the storage bag.

Step 2: Insert the Bag

1st insert the bag in to the tub then fold the bag over the edges.

Now slowly pull the edges down till the milk just barely reaches the top of the tub. This will help remove a lot of the air.  But make sure the milk doesn't reach the edge because you take the chance of some of it spilling out.

Step 3: Screw on the Nipple

Screw on the top part with the nipple tightly.  This will hold the storage bag in place.

Now just feed your baby like you always do with the peace of mind that you save your self some cash and save them from some evil bacteria.

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    Pattic53

    Question 2 months ago on Introduction

    I don’t think this still works as it seems like the bottle neck is too big for the Lansioh bags.
    Baby is completely fed frozen milk So this was really save a step. Can you tell me what “model” and Playtex nurser bottle I need...?