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How to Properly Retire Your Cloth Pads

How to Properly Retire Your Cloth Pads

Noticing some wear on your most loved and used hannahPADs? We open up about the normal signs of wear you should be expecting and when it is absolutely time to retire and replace your pads. Read on to learn how you can properly compost, recycle, and dispose your cloth pads.
September 21, 2021 — Hannahpad Team
Add Maternity Cloth Pads into your Hospital Bag

Add Maternity Cloth Pads into your Hospital Bag

An essential item on a hospital bag packing list for mummies to include is a pack of maternity disposable pads. Many mothers consider the benefits of cloth nappies for their babies but don’t necessarily think about reusable products for themselves. Why? Think about it, your nether region will be going through a lot and to recover well, you should only use the most natural and organic against your skin.
What is PUL and TPU fabric? 4 reasons we choose TPU for reusable pads

What is PUL and TPU fabric? 4 reasons we choose TPU for reusable pads

The main difference between PUL and TPU is that PUL is a type of plastic that uses chemicals in production, whereas TPU is bonded using heat rather than chemicals. It’s the toxin free period choice! Just don’t tumble dry your reusable pads because it can damage the heat bonding on this waterproof layer.