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LesRN:i was wondering this too. I read on the bf'ing board that some will put the parts in a big zip lock bag and put it in the fridge between pumps. Then just give them a good clean at home that night.
This is what I do. Our mom's room is really nice but there isn't a sink in there and I would either have to wash them in the kitchen or the bathroom. I really don't want to wash things in the bathroom and I work with a lot of men, so I don't think they would know what to do if they saw me washing pump parts in the kitchen.
I did it with DD1, for different reasons, and never had a problem.