How to PAD FAQ✧

🔥How many do I need?

This question is very personal and depends on your own flow and type of lifestyle. Ask yourself how many times do you usually change now? How many days do you have in your cycle? And how often will you be washing your pads?

🔥 Where can I store them?

You can store them wherever you like, but when they have been pre-rinsed and are waiting for a wash load you can store them in wet bags (PUL bags) or in a bucket with or without water. Once they have been washed and are fully clean you can store them with the rest of your clothes in a drawer or in a clean washed wet bag.

 🔥How are reusable cloth pads sanitary?

The pads are made with antimicrobial fabrics that help prevent bacteria to be created and it also helps to control odors. Additionally, the materials meet the requirements of the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission. Remember to always wash your pads before reuse.

 🔥What do I do when I am on the go?

When you are out, you can take a clean pad and put it in a wrapper made out of PUL material. Once you are ready to change put the used cloth pad in the wrapper which will prevent odors while you carry it back home and this will also prevent leakage.

🔥 How much can a cloth pad absorb?

The zorb that is the second layer in the cloth pad can take up to 3-4 menstrual cups. To compare, think of 8 layers of flannel stacked. Additionally, the pad has a third layer of zorb stay dry that is waterproof and can absorb 10 times its weight.

🔥 What is my size?

The size is also a very personal question. If you are currently using a disposable brand, the sizes for cloth pads are equivalent to those. The size will depend on your personal preference and how much flow you have. Don't by shy, pull a ruler out and measure your current pad, visit our size page for our sizes. 

🔥 How long will one cloth pad last?

This varies from fabric to fabric but they can last up to 3-5 years if they are cared for adequately.

🔥 Are they good for postpartum and incontinence?

Yes! They can be used for postpartum and incontinence.