Post # 1
Has anyone tried the cloth panty liners? I have seen them on Etsy. I have been using the Poise panty liners for light bladder leakage but it just isn’t really working for me. The light ones are too light but the right length for me. The thick ones are too big and thus uncomfy to wear.
Just wondering if anyone has used them and your thoughts
Post # 3
I use cloth pads and have a few liners for light days (and when I was pregnant).
I really like them. They’re light, comfy and don’t get that odd smell that disposible pads get when you wear them…
They’re so much prettier too…lol
Post # 4
Have not used them but I have used cloth reusable breast pads and they worked great for me. You just have a little more laundry to do 🙂
Post # 5
I started using cloth pads along with a diva cup for my periods a few months before getting pg, and will use the cloth for post partum as well. I LOVE using cloth. They are so much softer and more comfortable on your skin than disposables.
I like the glad rags brand, but haven’t tried any others. They have a pocketed outer layer that can be stuffed with inserts if you need thicker coverage. But usually I just use that outer layer, which is two layers of flannel that has wings that snap together so it stays put. The pantyliner type are often just like the inserts (an oval pad shape), and I find that they shift around more, so I recommend finding an option that secures to your underwear.
I use BioKleen Bac-Out to soak them (before regular laundry) and it works like a charm. It’s a great natural product that works wonders on organic stains.