- Very light
- Ideal for daily freshness
Momiji Tanga Panty Liners Overview
The Tanga Pantyliners from Momiji Natural are wonderfully soft breathable and incredibly comfy. They're beautifully slim and fold down nice and small to fit in a wet bag in your handbag. They are rounded at the front and tapered towards the back, so you can still wear tanga or thong underwear.
These pantyliners are made simply from two layers of cotton, with a thin waterproof backing. They offer light absorbency so most suitable towards the end of your cycle, as a cup backup daily freshness or for any other occasions you need a little more protection for your underwear.
The panty liner fastens around your underwear using metal poppers on the wings. They are quiet and easy to secure. Available in either black or white.
Momiji Natural tanga panty liners are 22cm long and come in a pack of 2.
Which way up?
Label side nearest your underwear.
100% cotton & waterproof PUL backing
How many pads do I need?
As a general guide for a:
- short and light cycle 6 daytime and 3 night time
- Average length and flow 10 day pads and 4-5 night pads
- Longer and heavier cycles 15 day pads and 6-7 night time pads.
How To Wash Cloth Pads
Washing reusable cloth pads in the washing machine is the most effective way to care for your pads
Here is a basic guide to wash pads:
- When you remove your used pads rinse them thoroughly with cold water till the water runs clear. You can gently rub them to help remove as much blood as possible.
- Either pop them in your normal washing with other clothes or store them in a wet bag until wash day.
- Wash on a cold wash at either 30 or 40deg. You can use your normal detergent but avoid fabric softener.
Most companies will advise you to avoid harsh chemicals, fabric conditioner and tumble drying, as eventually it will lead to a shorter life span and issues with performance.
How To Dry Reusable Sanitary Pads
Ideally air dry your cloth sanitary pads and avoid using a tumble dryer. This helps to keep your reusable pads in better condition and is more environmentally friendly. A “sock” airer is ideal for drying them and can be hung inside in winter for quick drying. Most pads will easily dry overnight. Some pads can be tumble-dried, but this should be done on low and is best avoided as tumble drying can shrink some fabrics and remove fibres (that’s what the fluff is in the filter.)
How long will my pads last until I need to buy more to replace them?
As a general rule our suppliers expect their pads to last 5-10 years with average wear.