1. Before using the sanitary pad for the first time, wash it at 30 degrees Celsius. 2. Once the pad has been used, pre-soak the pad in cold water with salt immediately, with the used side of the pad facing downwards, to lift heavy stains. Leave to soak for a minimum of 30 minutes. Avoid using hot water as this causes the stain to set. 3. Then wash the pad at 30 degrees Celsius, preferably on a wash cycle of at least one hour. Avoid using fabric softener as this will reduce the absorption of the pad – wash with powder only. 4. Wash the pad within 24 hours of using it to ensure the removal of all stains. 5. These pads can be washed in the same cycle as other items of clothing – they do not need to be washed separately. 6. Once washed, air dry the pad – do not tumble dry.

Care Instructions

OUR MISSION IS TO SELL

REUSABLE SANITARY PADS

IN ORDER TO EDUCATE COMMUNITIES IN INDIA

ABOUT MENSTRUAL HEALTH

AS WELL AS PROVIDING THEM WITH FREE PADS IN A STEP

TO ERADICATE PERIOD POVERTY

IN INDIA.

This is an Enactus Sheffield project. Tap to learn more.
1. Before using the sanitary pad for the first time, wash it at 30 degrees Celsius. 2. Once the pad has been used, pre-soak the pad in cold water with salt immediately, with the used side of the pad facing downwards, to lift heavy stains. Leave to soak for a minimum of 30 minutes. Avoid using hot water as this causes the stain to set. 3. Then wash the pad at 30 degrees Celsius, preferably on a wash cycle of at least one hour. Avoid using fabric softener as this will reduce the absorption of the pad – wash with powder only. 4. Wash the pad within 24 hours of using it to ensure the removal of all stains. 5. These pads can be washed in the same cycle as other items of clothing – they do not need to be washed separately. 6. Once washed, air dry the pad – do not tumble dry.

Care Instructions

OUR MISSION IS TO SELL

REUSABLE

SANITARY PADS

IN ORDER TO EDUCATE COMMUNITIES

IN INDIA

ABOUT MENSTRUAL HEALTH

AS WELL AS PROVIDING THEM WITH

FREE PADS IN A STEP

TO ERADICATE

PERIOD POVERTY

IN INDIA.

This is an Enactus Sheffield project. Tap to learn more.