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Nosefrida "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters

Nosefrida Hygiene Filters – Replacement filters (20 count) for Nosefrida "The Snotsucker" Nasal Aspirator. Clinically proven to prevent bacterial and mucus transfer.

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Nosefrida "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters - 20 ct

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Nosefrida"Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters
 
2.6

(based on 7 reviews)

43%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Infants (3)

    Reviewed by 7 customers

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    5.0

    Nosefrida rocks!

    By Little K's Mom

    from Austin,TX

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Effective

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Daily Use
      • Infants
      • Toddlers

      Comments about "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters:

      I love the Nosefrida compared to traditional bulb "snot suckers" because it's gentle and you can control the pressure of suctioning better than you can with a bulb. It helps to see the results as you are suctioning your child's nose rather than the guessing game of the bulb suction. The filters are convenient and easy to replace.

      It would help if the manufacturer included a small brush to clean the Nosefrida with more ease. I have found that using a small extra brush we have from the Lollacup we purchased does the job.

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      3.0

      Snot sucker

      By Tiffany the nurse

      from Brooklyn, NY

      About Me Medical Professional

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Gentle
      • Not Messy

      Cons

      • Cheaply Made Plastic
      • Difficult To Administer
      • Needs Better Filter
      • Too Hard To Suck

      Best Uses

      • Infants

      Comments about "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters:

      Ok so this snot sucker does suck snot. I think it is probably meant for an infant. Using this with a toddler is hard. You have to hold a strong screaming toddler with one hand while you suck snot out a straw in the kids nose. Did I get out snot yes. Is it gross yes. So for that I guess it works. But thick snot you suck harder not easy. Not to mention the filter is nothing more than a piece of spongy soft material which may not allow snot to get to your mouth but I really doubt the microscopic germs don't get right into your lungs. I am a nurse and after using this and figuring it out I realized this isn't smart to get your sick child's germs right into your airway. Being a sick mom doesn't help your sick baby. I wanted to like it and I have used it a few times. I have also tried the bulb and the machine operated one which didn't work at all. The bulb works ok but isn't sanitary. This works ok if you really must use it. But it's cheaply made and could've had a better filter.

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      4.0

      Peace of Mind

      By AC

      from Chicago, IL

      About Me First Time Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Daily Use
        • Infants
        • Newborns
        • To Keep On Hand

        Comments about "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters:

        I recently bought these refills because I came across them browsing. I decided to buy them and happy I did. I've been using my Nosefrida for three months exactly on my now three month old baby girl. I'm a bit neurotic about clearing her nostrils so she can breathe more easily due to the crusties! NF is the best aspirator out there and these refills are just peace of mind that you can keep your tool in the best working condition.

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        1.0

        Kind of a waste of money?

        By Janice

        from Arlington, MA

        Comments about "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters:

        We now use one where you put a tissue inside it for a filter. And having owned both, I can say for sure that the tissue approach is the smarter approach - tissue works better than foam rubber because it's absorbent and it's always available.

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        2.0

        There's a better solution - and free

        By Micheal

        from New York

        About Me First Time Parent

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Effective

        Cons

        • Cost
        • Inconvenience buy filters

        Best Uses

          Comments about "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters:

          We have both the NF and the BabyComfyNose and I'm surprised people still buy these expensive little filters when there is a better and free solution. Household tissue is an inherently better filter material than plastic foam rubber. The BabyComfyNose is designed specifically to use tissue as a filter.

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          2.0

          A better solution...that's FREE

          By Loretta

          from Vero Beach, FL

          Comments about "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters:

          Gotta recommend the Baby comfynose here. Does what the Nosefrida does, but is designed specifically to use facial tissue as a filter. Which is not only a better filter material than plastic foam rubber, but is (for all practical purposes) free. I also love BCN's soft mouth piece.

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          1.0

          The filters drive me nuts!

          By Janet the product maven

          from Boulder, CO

          About Me Parent of Multiples (Twins etc)

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                Comments about "Snotblockers" Hygiene Filters:

                Just when we needed the aspirator most, we couldn't find the little blue foam rubber filters. Aggravating! I don't mind paying for them (although they are kind of expensive) The worst part is running out or misplacing them. It's a major hassle to order more. I highly recommend the 'other' aspirator that's designed to use tissue instead of foam rubber. It makes so much more sense, always available and free. I also have a feeling tissue probably works a lot better as a filter than foam rubber.

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