Pantyliners: Slim and absorbent, GladRags Pantyliners are perfect for light everyday protection or as backup for your menstrual cup or tampon. These breathable, all-cotton liners are so comfortable you'll hardly know you're wearing one! The GladRags Pantyliner is equivalent to a small disposable pantyliner
Day Pads: Perfect for daytime use, GladRags Day Pads consist of a holder and two inserts. This unique three-part design allows you to customize the absorbency of the pad according to your flow by choosing one or both inserts. With both inserts, the Day Pad is the equivalent of an average disposable maxi pad. You can even add a third insert and make it a super maxi, or wear just a holder for an ultra-thin liner. Our Day Pad is equivalent to a standard-size maxi pad
Night Pads: GladRags Night Pads consist of a holder and two inserts, and have an additional layer of ultra-absorbent cotton terrycloth, plus extra coverage in the front and back. Wear this breathable, all-cotton pad at night while you sleep, on heavy flow days, or during postpartum recovery, for the ultimate in leak protection
Cloth Pad Cleaning & Care
|After use, separate the inserts from the holder. Pantyliners do not have inserts.|
|Soak in cold water, if desired, to help prevent staining. Use the presoak function on your washing machine, or soak in a covered rust-proof container. Change soaking water daily.|
|Machine wash cold using a natural detergent and tumble dry low or line dry. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. You may hand wash pads if desired.|
|Remove pads from dryer promptly and store flat to eliminate wrinkling; use cool iron if desired. Store your pads in a clean, dry place until next use.|
Avoid using detergents with fabric softeners or whiteners/brighteners as these can inhibit the absorbency of your cloth pads. Be aware that soaking your cloth pads in water with additives such as hydrogen peroxide can degrade the fabric and lead to holes. For this reason, we recommend utilizing stain removers as spot treatments and do not advise soaking cloth pads in water treated with peroxide-based stain removers.
We do not recommend the use of castile soap, facial soap, or other soaps not intended for textile laundering. Excess detergent may lead to build up, which can limit the absorbency of your cloth pads. While we have many customers that use homemade detergents with great success, cloth pads laundered with homemade detergent are not covered under our warranty.
A note about staining: Soaking your GladRags in cold water or pre-treating with an enzymatic cleanser immediately after using are two simple ways to prevent staining. However, light staining does not indicate that your laundered cloth pads are not clean or sanitary!