What are the disadvantages of cloth pads?
2 Comments10 March 2017 | Admin
Q: Aren't reusable sanitary pads like wearing a nappy?
This is me. In my usual slobbing around the house sports leggings. I think you'll agree that they couldn't really get much tighter, no? Can you see my Cloth Sanitary Pad? No.
How about in this one?
All you can see is just the flap underneath where it presses together. This is one of our cotton Ultrapads, so they are a little bit thinner than our standard bamboo & plush pads, but it doesn't make an awful lot of difference.
So if you thought that wearing cloth sanitary pads would be like wearing a nappy, think again!
Priced from £3.30 for a bamboo plush liner, £4.50 for a bamboo plush day pad and £5.50 for a bamboo plush night/maternity pad. Our cotton and organic cotton pads start from £4.50 for a mini liner, £5.00 for a day pad or £6.50 upwards for night or extra large night/maternity pads.
I have just taken delivery of my first panty pads and unfortunately they are much larger than I had hoped. Would it be possible to exchange them for the cotton liners? If so how do I go about doing this?
Gill Tradgett 07882606613
I have been using these wipes now for about 3 or more years I think. And I love them. With a whitener I get the white back to sparking white every time having used cold water only - I would highly recommend the bamboo and charcole based ones too.