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Be confident even in those heavy flow days with this cloth pad! The Menstrual Cloth Pad Heavy Flow is here for you with its waterproof organic PUL cloth on the outer layer, bamboo charcoal layer on the inner layer, and microfiber layers on the middle layer. The core of the pads can absorb much more than a normal disposable pad, making it an eco-friendly option for ladies on their period!
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Manage your heavy flow seamlessly with the Menstrual Cloth Pad Heavy Flow! This is a reusable menstrual pad made of waterproof organic PUL cloth on the outer layer, bamboo charcoal layer on the inner layer, and microfiber layers on the middle layer. Blood is absorbed through that soft top layer into the core of the pad, where it’ll stay until it’s removed through washing. The core of the pads can absorb much more than a normal disposable pad. Ensure your avoidance of blood leaks and stains with this period hygiene item!
Wash these pads first once you’ve received them in your package. Start rinsing it in cold water. Then, you can wash them with a mild soap or detergent. Then have them air dry, and only then can you use them. And once washed, you can use these cloth pads the same way as to how you normally use disposable pads. Do know that the core of the pads can absorb much more than a normal disposable pad. But once you feel the pad is soaked in blood (usually in 3 to 4 hours), soak it or rinse it immediately in cold water.
As mentioned earlier, soak or rinse your pads once you’re done with them to avoid any stains. You can wash your cloth pad with a typical detergent in the washing machine or by hand. To avoid stains, rinse or soak the pad in cold water immediately after taking it off. If there are stains even after rinsing or soaking, sprinkle baking soda or hydrogen peroxide on the pad, rub and then rinse once more. One way to dull stains is to leave the pad in the sun. However, the fabric itself may fade, too. And once rinsed and washed, you can hang your pads to dry. To learn more period cleaning hacks, you could also refer to this video.