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NoseFrida Filters

Regular price $10.00
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Rated 4.5 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews
Hygiene filters for your NoseFrida Snotsucker.
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If you invested in the NoseFrida Snotsucker these are the 20 hygiene filters you’ll need when your pack runs empty.

Editors notes

You must own the NoseFrida Snotsucker to make these work.

Specifications

Size: 20 refills.

Delivery & Returns

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Delivery   

Same Day Dispatch: Orders received before 12pm AEST, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) will be dispatched from our warehouse on the same day.

Standard Delivery: Flat rate of $9.95 or free for orders over $99*.

Express Delivery: Flat rate of $14.95 for Metro and flat rate of $19.95 for Rural.

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We have created an edit of only the best products in the baby sphere that we trust, know, work and think you need. With this in mind, we give you 30 days from your purchase date to make a return or exchange (some exclusions apply). For more information view our full return policy here.

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NoseFrida Filters

A manual, natural, hygienic baby way to remove snot from your kid's nose.

A manual, natural, hygienic baby way to remove snot from your kid's nose.

The Frida NoseFrida is a safe and hygienic tool for clearing a baby's stuffy nose. To use, place the large tube against the baby's nostril (not too deep), create a seal, and then use the red mouthpiece to suction out the mucus. Disposable filters prevent the transfer of germs. You can replace filters after each use, and additional filters are available. It doesn't require deep insertion, batteries, and is affordable. Parent reviews worldwide support its effectiveness, and it's recommended by pediatricians.

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Reviewed by Kiri M.
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Great product

Everyone needs one! Easy to use.

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Good amount

Good amount of replacements. I don’t think we will need to buy anymore anytime soon.

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