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reusable menstrual pads
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reusable menstrual pad black
reusable menstrual pads
organic reusable menstrual pads

Day Pad (3-Pack)

$45.00 Sale Save
Color Black

Only 3 left in stock

Alternative to disposable menstrual pads.

Perfect for daytime use, these reusable pads consist of a holder and two inserts. This unique three-part design allows you to customize the absorbency of the pad according to your flow by choosing one or both inserts. With both inserts, the Day Pad is the equivalent of an average disposable maxi pad. You can even wear just a holder for an ultra-thin liner. The Day Pad is equivalent to a standard-size maxi pad. 


  • Length: 9"
  • Width: 2.75"
  • Insert width: 7.5"

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100% cotton.



Use Instructions

GladRags Day Pads consist of one holder and two inserts. This versatile design ensures thorough cleaning and allows you to make them mini or maxi by using one or two inserts. Pantyliners are just one piece. All pads have wings that snap around the gusset of most styles of underwear. This holds them in place while you go about your day -- no adhesives necessary.

  1. Place the inserts inside the holder.
  2. Snap the pad around your underwear. The smooth side of the pad goes against your skin, and the wings wrap around the crotch of the underwear to snap together.
  3. Change the complete pad (holder and inserts) every 2 to 6 hours or as needed. Your used pad goes in your laundry basket or a soaking container if you're at home, or a carry bag if you're on the go.

You'll want to change your cloth pad about as often as you would change a similar disposable pad. For example, if you typically change your disposable pad about every four hours, you'll want to do the same with your GladRags Day Pad. You can also check the pad (even remove it from your underwear and turn it over) to visually see how saturated it is. Like a disposable pad, if a cloth pad becomes fully saturated, it may leak.

If you're out of the house, you can easily use and change your cloth pad. Simply bring a discreet carry bag with you to hold your used and fresh pads. After removing your used cloth pad, you can easily fold the pad in on itself and snap it shut to form a neat little package that can be slipped into your Carry Bag. Once home, you can wash the pad when you're ready.

Care Instructions

  1. After use, separate the inserts from the holder. 
  2. Soak in cold water, if desired, to help prevent staining. Use the presoak function on your washing machine, or soak in a covered rust-proof container. Change soaking water daily.
  3. Machine wash cold using a natural detergent and tumble dry low or line dry. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. You may hand wash pads if desired.
  4. Remove pads from dryer promptly and store flat to eliminate wrinkling; use cool iron if desired. Store your pads in a clean, dry place until next use.

Avoid using detergents that include fabric softeners or whiteners as these can inhibit the absorbency of your cloth pads. We do not recommend the use of castile soap, facial soap, or other soaps not intended for textile laundering. Excess detergent may lead to build up, which can limit the absorbency of your cloth pads. 

A note about staining: Soaking your GladRags in cold water or pre-treating with an enzymatic cleanser immediately after using are two simple ways to prevent staining. However, light staining does not indicate that your laundered cloth pads are not clean or sanitary!

End of Life Instructions

100% cotton pads are compostable.

Where It Comes From

Based in Portland, Oregon since 1993, GladRags is a B Corp and Leaping Bunny Certified, woman-owned business. They use local bike delivery to receive finished goods from their local sewing partner, pay meticulous attention to waste reduction, and put their company values of curiosity, inclusivity, and positivity into the very heart of the GladRags brand. They source materials from local and/or woman-owned suppliers in the US whenever possible and work with local non-profit partners to bring educational workshops and free menstrual products to marginalized members of their community.