Reusable Cloth ULTRATHIN lay-in wingless pantyliners - Assorted set in Cotton Flannel

  • $10.00


These pads are my own creation and my own pattern, after I found that most cloth minipads were much too thick for every-day use. Wearing these is like having no pad at all! They are great for everyday moisture caused by sweating, discharge, slight stress incontinence or during ovulation.

This listing is for a set of assorted mini-lay-in liners of my choosing from the stock I have at the moment. You are welcome to let me know any preferences you have - things you do or do not want - and I will do my best to accommodate them (for instance, certain colors, juvenile prints, florals, etc.) The photos above show you some examples of liners I've made in the past and that could also be in your order.

These are simple to use and barely there - just lay them in a pair of snug-fitting panties (any type - even most thongs) and go! Be cautious when you use the bathroom - make sure to pull your undies down carefully so you don't lose the liner.

Though these are made with only two layers of 100% cotton flannel, I have found them to be more absorbent than certain unnamed disposable brands. Why flannel? Flannel is very absorbent without the cold feeling of wet woven cotton or other fabrics. Plus the two layers allow moisture to be wicked away from your body and to evaporate, leaving you drier.

** I would not recommend these during your menstrual cycle unless you are at the very tail end. These are NOT waterproof. Check my Etsy shop for pads with higher absorbency made just for your period.**

New to cloth pads? Questions? I'd love to answer them. Just convo me.

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The INFO:

Each lay in mini pad is made with two layers of soft, absorbent 100% cotton flannel. I prewash and pre-shrink the flannel before sewing. The panty liner measures approximately 3.5" (9cm) long.

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CARE: Throw in the wash with your regular laundry and regular detergent and machine or line dry. Due to the size of these liners, you may want to use a lingerie bag to contain them during washing and drying. If they don't dry fully due to the bag, they can be laid out flat to dry. They can be ironed if desired but it is not necessary. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. Wash using a detergent that contains few additives (brighteners, softeners, and fragrance).