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REUSABLE Menstrual pads; are cloth pads worn in the underwear to prevent menstrual fluid (blood from uterine lining) from leaking onto clothes. They are a type of reusable menstrual hygiene product, and are an alternative to disposable sanitary napkins or to menstrual cups. They are less expensive than disposable pads and reduce the amount of waste produced.
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I got some of these recently and they’re AWESOME. I am still recovering from a harrowing experience with an IUD my body didn’t like, so I bleed pretty much constantly, with 3-5 day reprieves. So having the cloth pantiliner or pad instead of commercial disposable ones, is fucking awesome. No leaking, less dry skin, no wet feeling, more comfortable, less waste - I can’t find a downside. I just rinse them out and let them dry, and then put them in the washer and dryer with the rest of my laundry. Fantastic.
Bought a few and the discount code worked :) looking forward to trying these!
I am super into trying this product. Yay!
I’ve been using a cup and period panties for a while now.
Green options are amazing 😉
I have re-usable cloth pads (not from this brand but still), and as a trans-masc I have to say it’s a great option for vagina-owners of all genders! If you’ve ever changed a pad in the men’s bathroom, you will be familiar with the panic of having nowhere to dispose of the used pad, and perhaps had to hide the crinkle of the packet. With these, there is no need for a bin (just put the used pads in the little pouch provided), and the sound of a popper unclipping is not at all out of place!
How would the process of going about cleansing them be like? And how do I know they won’t retain some of the blood within? I just don’t think it’s something that will be 100 clean after it’s first use.
@whyarceuswhy Just rinse until the water you ring out is clear, similar to dying hair. And then afterwards you toss it into the washing machine with you know other clothes and things.
A stain is not the same thing as particulate matter. You will likely see some staining. But that doesn’t mean it’s not clean. Like are you okay with sleeping on your sheets after a week? They’ll literally be dirtier than this pad.
I use pads like this (from a different company) and I absolutely LOVE them. I’m prone to getting bacterial vaginitis after my periods (caused by a pH imbalance) but I find it happens way less often now that I’m using these. They’re so comfortable that I can wear them for much longer without that diaper rash feeling you get from disposable pads. I truly recommend them.
For washing, however, I rinse them in the sink until the water runs clear, then wash in the washing machine on the heavy duty cycle to make sure they’re extra clean, but I do NOT put them in the dryer. I found that the dryer made them smell a bit strange (it’s possible the ones I have are made of a different material, but still). And so I simply use laundry clips to hang them up and let them air dry and they’re good as new.
rich people really be like “oooooohhh so u want enough money to pay rent? well i saw that on march 23, 2015, you purchased a band-aid at a cvs (NOT a dollar store) for a cut that u could have EASILY covered with a little bit of tissue. don’t just wish for it………… work for it……”
Lmao literally 1000% accurate