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21mm Silicone Flange Breast Shield for 24 mm Shields

Posted By: yfsiliconeproducts

Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2023

Price: $5.00

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Made of BPA-free, food-safe, made of silicone material. Seamless design with a softness and stretchiness. Our mission is to supply mothers everywhere with a simple and effective solution to the pains of pumping.

Technical Information of 21mm Silicone Breast Pump Flange Shield for 24 mm Shields
Type 21mm silicone flange
Material silicone
Size 21mm
Feature LSR silicone
Package customize package

How often is it replaced and how to clean the silicone flange?
The silicone flange insert breast shields are recommended to be replaced every 1 to 2 months. Deformed parts can cause sucking failure or fluid leakage.

The silicone flange insert breast shields need to be cleaned after each use. It can be cleaned after 5 minutes of boiling.

Notice When Use The Silicone Flange Cushion
During operation, Place the flange cushion into the funnel-shaped section of the flange/shield. Push in the inner part of the cushion as far as possible and make sure that it is perfectly sealed all around the rim of the flange/shield. Press in between the petals to remove any trapped air. Meanwhile, make sure that the everted edge of the insert completely covers the flange/shield. You need to keep leaning forward as much as possible during use.

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