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Clean Your Breast Pump Kit!

How to keep your breast pump kit clean:

If you are an exclusive pumper, or you pump only once in a while for your baby or to donate milk we recommend you clean your pump parts once per day, every day. By doing that, you will help protect your baby (and milk recipient babies) from germs that contaminate breast milk from breast milk residue that remains on pump parts.

Take a look at the infographic from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and learn how to keep your breast pump kit clean.

 

CDC Clean breast pump instructions

 

CDC Clean breast pump instructions

 

 

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