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Medium Flo Pad
Sold as a single pad
Our regular flow Medium Flo pad is your go-to for those in-between, business-as-usual period days, and can also be used for leaky bladder days.
99.3% of 908 people asked said they were pleased they had made the switch to our reusable period pads
Our pads attach to your underwear the same way a disposable would, they have wings with double nickel-free poppers for a nice secure fit and come in a choice of Navy or Light Grey
Please note – In Stock Orders can take up to 5 working days to be dispatched after placing, although most are sent within a day or two. Backorder items can take 5 weeks, but are usually processed within 2-3 weeks
Sizes and Fabrics
Here are the sizes of our pads and bagsMini Flo 6.3 cm (2.45 Inches) wide at the middle and 17.5 cm (6.8 Inches) long
Medium Flo 6.5 cm (2.55 Inches) wide at the middle and 22 cm (8.6 Inches) long
Mega Flo 7 cm (2.75 Inches) wide at the middle and 26 cm (10.25 Inches) long
Mega Mega Flo 7.5 cm (2.95 Inches) wide at the middle and 29 cm (11.4 Inches) long
Out And About Bag Open 28cm (11 Inches) wide by 15.5 cm (6.2 Inches) high and when folded 14 cm (5.5 Inches) wide by 15.5 cm (6.2 Inches) deep
Storage Bag 36 cm (14.2 Inches) wide and 22.5 cm (8.75 Inches) deep
All sizes are provided for guidance, exact sizes may vary slightly as our products are hand made
Here are the fabrics used in our pads and bags
All PadsPrinted layer – 100% Breathable Polyester
Internal layers – 57% Bamboo, 28% Cotton 15% Polyamide
Top layer – 50% Modal 50% Polyester
Ribbing – 98% Organic combed Cotton, 2% Lycra
Out And About Bag and Storage Bag100% Breathable Polyester
Washing and Care Instructions
Wear ’em Out Reusable Period PadsBe sure to give your pads a good rinse in cold water when you take them off to minimise staining, whilst our fabric is stain resistant, it can still happen (the Light Grey option is more likely to show stains if this bothers you, maybe stick to our Navy pads).
When you’re ready to wash your pads, you can wash them by hand (throw them in the shower with you for ease) or you can throw them in with the rest of your laundry (up to 40°C). Your usual detergent will be fine, but don’t use fabric softener, as this will affect the pads’ absorbency.
Top Tip – If you want to tackle any stains naturally, 4 tbs of bicarbonate of soda mixed with 60ml of cold water make a great stain removing paste, rinse stain in cold water to remove blood, apply the paste and leave to it work for 3 hours, then wash as normal. We recommend that your pads are put through a washing machine cycle at the end of your period, then flattened out to dry.
To dry them, we recommend hanging them up to air-dry, hanging them in an airing cupboard is fine if you have one, but don’t put them on direct heat or into a tumble dryer as this may cause shrinkage.