Each cloth breast pad is made up using the highest of quality fabrics including nature friendly and sustainable bamboo fleece and velour. They also contain a hidden layer of polyurethane laminate which is perfect to keep you dry.
The solid colour side goes against the skin. The front of the pad is on the left, the back on the right.
Choose from a variety of designs and colours. Available in 10cm.
- Wash & Care Guide
- Strip Washing
Reusable cloth breast pads are even easier to care for! They can be washed with anything, no need to dry pail, no need to soak. Just pop the cloth breast pads in with your normal wash load. PUL breast pads should be not be washed in water hotter than 40 degrees. Lay your cloth breast pads flat onto a towel to dry or low tumble dry. Breast pads should not be left in a hot humid environment as this would promote bacterial growth. Any wool breast pads should be washed on a wool/delicate cycle with cold water only. DO not iron or tumble dry.
Colour Availability May Vary
Detergent build up
After a certain time, detergent builds up on pads and as a result may affect the absorbancy. To fix this, I recommend a strip wash. (We recommend a hot wash at 60 degrees using Grovia Mighty Bubbles as our preferred strip wash detergent).
Over time, you may find your pads have a slight odour. You can do a strip wash using vinegar and bicarb soda. Just place ¼ – ½ cup of bi-carb into dispenser (instead of washing powder). Then ¼ – ½ cup of vinegar added to the rinse cycle. I do not recommend doing strip washes too often as it can deteriorate the pul fabrics used.
There are 3 natural methods you can use to remove stains;
- UV is a natural bleaching agent, so I recommend line drying out in the sun as much as you can.
- Bi-carb paste to remove stains. Just place 1 tablespoon of bi-carb soda mixed with water and spread onto stain. Let it dry out in the sun and wash as per these instructions.
- Lemon juice is also a natural stain remover, however due to it’s acidic nature, I do not recommend using it regularly as it may affect the lifespan of the PUL.