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Going to work with cloth pads

Going to work with cloth pads

As the time drew near for my return to work it looked like I would have a double whammy going back to work AND starting my cycle on the first week.  In the end, at least taking my cloth to work has been easier than I expected.

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From Disposable to Cloth the Easy Way!

From Disposable to Cloth the Easy Way!

Whether you are learning about Tree Hugger Cloth Pads for the first time, or have been researching their products for a while now, it can be daunting to make the switch

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What wet bag size do I need when using cloth pads?

What wet bag size do I need when using cloth pads?

Taking cloth pads to work or school?  Storing cloth pads at home?  Traveling while using cloth pads?  How do you know which wet bag fits your needs?  

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Using Cloth Pads Postpartum

Using Cloth Pads Postpartum

Having a baby?  Congrats!  Pregnancy is such a wonderful time spent preparing for baby but don't forget you will have needs postpartum too!  Whether your birth goes as planned, the complete opposite, or somewhere in between all women who have given birth will have advice and helpful information to share with first-time Moms.  Let this be one tidbit of advice that will bring YOU comfort!  Use cloth postpartum pads.  You will thank me weeks later when you have been wearing a pad for anywhere from 1-7+ weeks 24/7.  For most women, the bleeding that happens after a delivery (whether it is a vaginal...

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Are Sanitary Pads "Sanitary"?

Are Sanitary Pads "Sanitary"?

Disposable pads, commonly referred to as sanitary napkins, are often believed to be sterile/sanitized (like hand sanitizer, it kills germs right?). They come in nice plastic packaging, each one packaged individually, seems almost...medical. We like to think because they are bright white (bleached paper/plastic) and packaged individually(wasteful) that disposable products are sterile. In reality the plastic wrappers are often not sealed and are just folded over creating the illusion of sanitary packaging.  They are made in factories - not in medical grade conditions - just like many other packaged goods destined for the shelves of supermarkets everywhere.  The definition of...

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