Teamoy 10Pcs Sanitary Pad, Reusable Washable Cloth Menstrual Pads/Panty Liners with Wet Bag, Super-Absorbent, Soft and Comfortable(3pcs×7.9''+4pcs×10''+3pcs×11.6'')
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- PREMIUM QUALITY: Contains 3 sizes for different menstrual volumes. 4 layers, made of antibacterial charcoal bamboo fiber layer against your skin, 2-layer super-absorbent microfiber, water-resistant outer layer to prevent leaks and spills.
- STAY IN PLACE: The button snaps on the wings is easy to open and close, greatly keep the menstrual cloth from bunching in case for leaking on the sides. Perfect for travel, outdoor, exercise, or daily use.
- MATCHING WET BAG: Coming with a waterproof PUL wet bag, two zipper compartment is ideal to separate your clean pads from dirty ones. The handle with snap for easy carry or hang everywhere.
- FOLDWAY: Wrapped into the shape of a little envelope and buttoned up, then packed them into the wet bag, just use or wash, unfold it, nobody will know what it is, no more embarrassing.
- LIFESAVER: Greatly Helping cut down on the landfill waste is an added bonus. More healthy, economical, environmentally and friendly than disposable pad. Ideal as period panties, post partum maxi pads or women incontinence pads.
Colour: Leaves+jungle+flowers | Size: 10pcs (3*S+4*M+3*L)
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1. They are comfy. Much nicer than wearing a disposable pad. They don't rub or give me a rash (see point 4)
2. They're good if you're sitting a lot. I have an office job by day and I'm a farmer every other minute in-between. For the office these are great. They stay in place, they're comfortable (seriously I forget I'm wearing one), I love them. BUT when I'm farming I tend to be much more physically active. Climbing/ running/ wrangling/ walking too fast seems to push these babies right out of place. Sometimes completely turned around so that I've got the snap all up in my business and the pad is face down in my jeans. It's awkward. I have found this happens with all the sizes. Something as simple as a safety pin would probably fix this. They just need something to help them stay in place. Which leads me to point 3...
3. They work best with granny panties or bikini cuts. I have a variety of panties. Boy-shorts and bikinis are my usual go to and I do have some hipsters. I can tell you these suck with boy-shorts. I'm assuming the issue is the cut doesn't have enough balance to help counteract the weight of them. Because they *always* flip over when I'm wearing boy-shorts. Boy-shorts do fit looser. Bikinis and hipsters are the best I've found at keeping these babies in place.
4. Don't wash these with fabric softener! Month 2 I completely blanked on that and just sent them through a load. Fabric softener stops the wicking process (which means it stops the fabric from absorbing). The rash was real! Don't make that mistake. I rinse these out after use and let them hang in my shower to dry. When I have enough of them to justify washing them, I wash with Ivory Snow and put vinegar in the rinse. I have hung them to dry and I have put them in the dryer. Both works fine (just don’t use a dryer sheet). For the first wash I suggest using the dryer. A fair amount of lint does come off them.
5. They're cute. I like the patterns. The bag to keep them in is great. I just store them under my bathroom sink. I like that this set comes with 3 different sizes.
Overall, it's a 4 star from me. Them moving all over the place is my biggest issue, however I would order them again. I do think they're better than the disposable ones and it helps keep the planet cleaner. So all good things. If you have a physically demanding job, or workout a lot maybe these aren't for you. Or if you're cool with putting a safety pin dangerously close to your bits that would be an easy fix. (I haven't been brave enough yet. I need something more like a diaper pin that won't randomly open up. Just for my own peace of mind!)
Also, weirdly, this same company made my knitting bag, which I also love.
The only drawback is a silly one, in that the wet bag fits everything quite snugly, so when I've travelled with these I couldn't really put the used pads in one zippered part and the clean ones in the other as I ran out of space. Easily fixed by bringing a separate little bag for the clean/dirty pads and then just moving on with ones life.
Cant recommend these enough, one of the best purchases I have made on Amazon. I've had these for almost a year I think, and I've never had a problem. So. Weirdly. Comfortable.
-very soft and comfortable
-very, very absorbent
-keep me cleaner (I think because they absorb so quickly, the blood doesn't have time to slide around on the surface like it does on the plasticky disposables)
-easy to wash
-come with a handy 2-pocket wet/dry bag
-the smallest ones tend to slide. I fixed this with a safety pin on the wing, but I may look into velcro as some others have advised. The big ones don't seem to slide, probably because they don't have anywhere to go.
All in all, I love them, and I'm so glad I don't have to run to the store for pads ever again!
It's a snap on button system. Meaning it will probably slip and slid. But wearing boyshorts or tight underwear fixes that problem. I haven't had a leak yet. This is the only reason for the 4 stars.
2nd con, is a blessing and a curse. The pads are dark charcoal colored, meaning you cannot see how much is in it at all.. but again, no leaks yet and maybe if it feels a bit heavy, its time to change. I tried using toilet paper to press on it to see how much is in it and it is almost always dry, with a tiny bit of blood if I press on it hard enough (this is after using it for 5 or 6 hours)... do that with a regular pad after 3 hours and that toilet paper will be drenched.
All in all, I defantly recommend this product! Super soft comfortable to wear, stays dry and holds more. The cons are easily managed by wearing tight fitting underwear and changing when you feel it becoming heavy and feels like your wearing a pad (it usually feels like it's part of the underwear).
And the best part is, your doing your part for the planet and yourself! No strange chemicals on you skin and out in land fills.
Washing was super easy. First, I always rinsed them the same day that I used them. This keeps them from staining and getting gross. I just rinse them out in the tub, letting the inner absorbent layers fill up and squeeze it out until it runs clear. I then took a bit of hand soap and rubbed it in, then rinsed out. I found that buttoning them backwards (so pad side out) and hanging them on a coat hanger in the bathroom dries them out really quick, around just a day.
For the laundry machine, I just threw the rinsed pads into a bag and washed them with all my other clothes; with warm water and on high in the dryer. They didn't shrink at all and seem brand new.
Going to be purchasing another set so I can be lazy and not have to worry about running out and changing pads too often. I don't have too heavy of a flow most of the time and I used 2 of the regular pads and one overnight on my heavy days. Plus the overnight pads are great protection for the gym. These really are fantastic and seem like a way better option that the cup (messy to change and can cause Toxic Shock Syndrome) and the period underwear because how are you supposed to change an entire pair of underwear in public?