Product Details :
Brand : Heiko Cloth Diapers & Services
Manufacturde in : China
Designed in : Malaysia
Fastening : Poppers/Snap
Primary material : Athletic Wicking Jersey(AWJ)
Drying Time : Excellent
Absorbency : Excellent
Easy to use : Easy Peasy
Certificate : SGS, OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100
Product Info :
Try Out Package consists of (1 piece of Reusable Cloth Pad Size M(18W*25L cm) & 1 piece of Reusable Cloth Pad Size L(19W*32L cm)).
Designed with a Soft AWJ-cloth top wicks moisture away into the absorbent inner core and keep the surface area cooling, also STAIN FREE. The anti-odor microfiber core has three times more durability and absorption. The pad is backed by a fast-drying polyester knit that has been bonded to a breathable and waterproof polyurethane film, that will last up to 1000 laundry cycles. Double snaps to adjust the size, and it is sliding-proof.
What is it made from?
The outer layer is waterproof and breathable PUL
The inner material: AWJ cooling cloth and anti-odor microfiber
The pad is with Athletic Wicking Jersey top layer and 3 layers of microfibre for maximum absorbency
What else do you need?
Nothing! Easy peasy use.
How to use it?
Simply place the pad in your underwear with the fluffy side towards your body, fold the wings around and underneath your gusset, and snap the snaps together. (Wearing close-fitting underwear during use helps to keep the pad in place)
We recommend changing your pad at least every 4-6 hours depending on your flow and freshness requirements.
For maximum absorption and to remove the chemical during the production phase, washing and drying a minimum of one time is required.
Wash at 30-40ºC and line dry or can be tumble-dried on low.
To Hand Wash:
1. RINSE / SCRUB: Run them under cold water to remove blood, then soak them in cold water for 20 minutes to 8 hours.
2. SCRUB: by hand with mild soap and water.
3. DRY: the washed pad in sunlight/low tumble dry.
To machine Wash:
1. Remove all blood by squeezing in cold water by hand.
2. Wash in a short cycle.
3. Tumble dry or hang in the sunlight.