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Stain Remover - For Cloth Pads and Menstrual Cups
From My Cup
Great for de-staining your menstrual cup or cloth pads.
Use once every couple of months as an added step to your usual cleaning routine to de-stain your reusable cloth pads or menstrual cup.
80g glass jar.
What Are The Ingredients?
My Cup's cloth pad and menstrual cup stain remover is made from a single ingredient, sodium percarbonate. Sodium percarbonate is derived from combining washing soda and hydrogen peroxide.
How To Remove Stains From Your Reusable Sanitary Pads
1 - Rinse your sanitary pads in cold water and remove as much blood as possible.
2 - Soak your pads in cold water for 30 minutes.
Note: Blood is a protein that will fix into the fabric if you use hot water. Cold water is always needed when washing blood stains.
3 - Use a solid laundry soap bar and work soap into the layers of the fabric.
4 - Pop the cloth pads back into the cold water to soak for another 30 minutes.
5 - Rinse the cloth pads and tip out the cold water.
6 - Refill your bucket/sink with warm water and add 2 tablespoons of My Cup's Stain Remover. Agitate the water to dissolve the stain remover.
7 - Add your cloth pads to the warm water and leave to soak for another 30 minutes.
8 - Wash your cloth pads on a usual washing machine cycle with your other clothes/towels.
9 - Hang to dry in direct sunlight.
Note: Sunlight is the best way to naturally kill bacteria and remove stains.
Why choose a My Cup product?
My Cup are a New Zealand owned and operated business. They manufacture their products right here in New Zealand supporting our local economy. They also take great care to ensure that every part of their business is as eco-friendly as possible and they use responsibly sourced cardboard for their boxes and only print using vegetable inks. Their cotton bags are made using certified organic cotton and even their instructions are printed on recycled paper.
They also supports several community initiatives includingThe Good Fund, to help reduce period poverty here in NZ.
Still want to know more? Visit their own websitehere.