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im sure most of us have seen the gag inducing image that has been floating around on facebook of the cut open snot bulb full of mold. we dont even have squeezy bath toys anymore after seeing that. we use a nasal aspirator for toddler2.0 since he still cannot blow his nose. unfortunately in the kind we used for much of the winter the sponge filter keeps coming out. no giant deal since the snot never really gets that far, but it is an annoyance. enter BabyComfyNose.
this nasal aspirator is unique because it doesnt use the sponge filter of my other brand, it uses tissues within the device. no more cutting sponges into tiny pieces, just stuff a tissue in the device, use and throw away! there are always tissues around, so no need to run to the store! there are battery operated aspirators, but human suction ones not only are less expensive overall (no batteries!) but human lungs are ten times stronger than battery operated aspirators.
sorry for the stock photo, but my child doesnt sit as calmly as this one did while using an aspirator. to take a photo while wrangling a toddler and aspirating is above my capabilities. after a few weeks, we unfortunately did get the chance to test this today and it is my new favorite baby prop. it comes in three colors(pink, blue, clear) which might seem cosmetic, but the blue of ours helped keep the toddler’s attention long enough for me to get the job done. it easily opened to add the tissue filter, and was easily disassembled for cleanup.
cleaning this is exceptionally easy. after throwing away the tissue filter, simply put the aspirator in the provided mesh bag and throw in the dishwasher. once the dishwasher stops, hang the bag to dry! we dont have a dishwasher (i AM the dishwasher) but it was still easy to clean. i took it apart, washed it out and put in the bag to dry and store.
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