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These cloth liners are reusable, washable, ultra-thin, and ideal for light menstrual flow. Liners can also be used for lightdays, daily discharge, or in combination with a menstrual cup or sea sponge for added protection on your heavy flow days.
These pantiliners feature a cotton upper or cotton-flannel upper, breathable nylon leak-proof shield & nickel-free plated snaps. If you live in a warmer climate the cotton might work best for you.
Comes in a variety of fun patterns and colors. Please note: The pantiliners you receive will not be the same as pictured above.
fabric cotton or flannel
sizes Mini or Luxe or NEW! Thong!
mini - ideal for small brief, bikini, or large thong
luxe - ideal for those who prefer a more generous panty such as boy cuts, full briefs, or large bikinis
thong - this unique design features two sets of snaps which create the tapered shape and also help keep the Liners more securely in place. Thong Liners can also be worn as Mini Liners simply by leaving the second set of snaps unfastened.
Cloth liners are worn just like conventional pads with wings. Instead of adhesive strips, pad wings have snaps that fasten around the base of your underwear. Just remember to always place your liner flannel or cotton side up and nylon side down.
These pantiliners fold up securely into individual (and super stealthy) carrying pouches. With the absorbent side face up, simply fold in the top and bottom and snap the wings together. Your liner will stay safe and clean until you can wash it. This is also a perfect way to carry your clean liners and many women keep a spare liner in their bags just in case.
Some women think that a pad must be washed or rinsed as soon it's taken off. We've found it unnecessary to sprint to the washer or sink. It's perfectly okay to wash your liners whenever you happen to do laundry next – even if that's several days later.
Sure. Pantiliners can be used for stress incontinence when small amounts of urine are released. Stress incontinence may be caused by pregnancy, childbirth, or menopause and occur when coughing, laughing, sneezing, or exercising.
Cotton vs. Flannel is largely a matter of personal preference. Some women find they really like just Cotton or just Flannel, while others find they like both equally. Some women find they like Cotton for certain days and prefer Flannel for others. The Flannel is a little bit cozier than the Cotton, while the Cotton is a little bit smoother and ever-so-slightly thinner than the Flannel. If you live in a warm climate, you might prefer the Cotton since it's less prone to trapping body heat than the Flannel. In terms of absorbency, they're identical. We suggest trying one of each to see which you prefer.
Absolutely. For any purpose you might use disposible pads or pantiliners, cloth liners can be used instead. These Liners come in handy for menstrual and non-menstrual needs alike: daily discharge, urinary incontinence, after sex (especially when a spermicide or lubricant is used). Basically, if you have fluid or moisture you want to keep off your under things, these pantiliners have you covered!
These pantiliners have a waterproof bottom shield that protects against leaks. They have a specially designed high-tech nylon – not PUL (Polyurethane Laminate). This nylon is a breathable fabric with a special hydrophilic layer that allows your body to breath while stopping your period from leaking through.
Posted by Iris
Used them as alternate for bladder leak pads. They are softer (especially the fleece) and don't chap. I would prefer they had slightly different sizing. However I find them too expensive for daily use and hope to eventually make my own.
Posted by aidan
These panty liners are cute, comfortable & so easy to clean!! There's no reason to continue using disposable options.
Posted by Kristen
I use these with the sponges as a liner, just in case. Then I just throw them in the wash. Couldn't be easier!