Caring for your menstrual cloth pads really is very easy and takes up very little of your time.Follow these three simple steps to keep your cloth pads and panty liners fresh and clean.
Step 1. Soak in cold water
(from as little as 2 minutes to 24 hours) You can add salt to the soaking water to stop staining. It's a good idea to squeeze them out until they run clear.
Step 2. Hand or machine wash
Throw them in the washing machine or try washing them in your sink. This is a convenient and time saving method of keeping your pads fresh and clean.
Step 3.Line or tumble dry
Soaking in cold water generally removes most stains especially if you add salt to the water.
But if you come across more stubborn stains we recommend that you use pre wash soap or soak in an OXYGEN based soaker. Like Vanish Shakti O2.
Do NOT use bleach or softeners on your EcoRia, as these will shorten their lifepan
This is a lovely initiative to give back to the planet. Ria all the best to you and I know EcoRia brand is going worldwide. Lots of power, love and light to you.Chandrika Narula
I have two daughters and I have been discussing this with my oldest. We could save a ton of money . I am going to try it and see how we do. We have tried its too good.Neha Mahajan
I don’t fear my periods anymore. Cloth pads are good for you…notice if your flow lightens after a few cycles of using them. Mine did, also my general aching subsided that usually accompanied my monthly period. I feel great after using cloth pads.Rachana Sharma
Hi I just made the switch to EcoRia re-usable pads! I love it! I've been trying to convert my friends and one of them is interested. I hope I can get as many people as possible to use this product. Not only does it cut down on your bills every year. If you're reading this, I highly recommend that you make the switch like I did.Sikha Dutt
EcoRia have literally changed my life. I no longer have to worry if I am going to have enough pads to last the day.I no longer have to ask my husband to go to the medical store for me. I no longer have to wear hot, wet, yucky pads. I don't have to deal with chafing, leaking, or adhesives sticking to me!Sheetal Patel
I've always been interested in using cloth pads but I never actually did until just recently. I got a sample and tried it out and came back and bought enough for a whole period. Once you get to used to washing and wearing it becomes really easy. I won't go back to disposables and I'm telling all my closest friends to give it a try.Nancy Das