winged pantyliner
winged pantyliner - Sierra Linens
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winged pantyliner

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Exceptionally natural and functional, these liners have been a favorite for good reason. Crafted with certified organic cotton fabric + thread, zero plastic.

These are so soft and comfortable, you'll forget they're even there! As with all cloth pads, you'll have the best experience with snug fitting undies.

For heavier days, pair a winged and wingless liner together for more protection. Place a wingless liner on top of the winged liner and replace the top wingless liner frequently and the winged liner as needed.

Each winged liner measures about 6" wide total (2.5" wide at the core) and is available in 6" 7" or 8" length. (The photos feature the 7" length)

Sold individually as 1 winged liner.

Machine wash and tumble dry with like colors.

Absorbency will increase with subsequent washes, to learn more please visit the absorbency tab.

To avoid stains, immediately after use run your pads under cold water and then soak in cold water for at least 30 minutes before washing with detergent. 

After lots of loving, add to your compost to sequester carbon (just remove snaps!)

100% organic cotton french terry

Grown in West Texas, produced into fabric in the Carolinas. Undyed and unbleached, the true color of cotton.

100% organic cotton interlock

Grown in West Texas, produced into fabric in the Carolinas. Undyed and unbleached, the true color of cotton.

100% organic cotton thread

Gathered from several sources in order to provide a blend of the longest fibers, spun in Holland.

Metal Snaps

CPSIA and REACH compliant, lead and nickel free.

Are these leakproof?

These pads are crafted exclusively with natural fibers and therefore they are not leakproof. While they aren't leakproof, they are quite absorbent. When pairing a winged and wingless liner, some may find that fits their needs but some may also need to use another method such as a cup alongside cloth pads. 

How can I best avoid leaks?

The best way to avoid leaks is to use both a winged and wingless pad together. The wingless pads are easy to switch out throughout the day, and really make all the difference in avoiding leaks. Change the winged pad as needed.

How do you suggest wearing them?

For best results, the liners should be worn like an interlabial pad. There are many different methods for wearing interlabial pads. The method I have found the most success with is to fold the back half of the pad lengthwise. In doing so, the back of the pad is held in place by your body which not only keeps it from shifting around but also helps direct your flow to prevent leaks from the back.

Should I choose winged or wingless?

If planning to use them through your entire cycle, I highly recommend using both wingless and winged pads together.

For everyday wear, both wingless and winged pads would work well and it would just be a matter of personal preference.

What's the difference between the white and colorganic® pads?

The main difference between the two is that the colorganic® pads are a bit thinner while the white pads are a bit thicker.

Tips

- Wash your pads in hot water with baking soda and vinegar to prep them for absorbency. It will take a few washes before they reach peak absorbency.

- Avoid using excessive detergent, fabric softener, and dryer sheets as these will clog the fibers and hinder absorbency.

- When wearing wingless pads, be mindful in the beginning to remove the pad before sitting down on the toilet to avoid the pad falling in! After several uses, it'll be muscle memory and you won't even have to think about removing it.

- To avoid stains, immediately after use run your pads under cold water and then soak in cold water for at least 30 minutes before washing with detergent. 

Due to sourcing raw materials that are minimally processed, our products will need a few washes before reaching peak absorbency. 

The process can be sped up by adding 1 cup each of vinegar + baking soda to a hot wash. Avoid excessive detergent, fabric softener, and dry sheets. Should build up of these products occur, simply wash again with vinegar + baking soda.

Our current handling time is 3-5 business days.

Your order will be shipped via USPS First Class (2-6 business days). You'll recieve your tracking number via email once your order has shipped.

Orders less than $35 will ship for a flate rate of $3.50. Orders of $35 and greater will ship for free.

*If you don't recieve USPS to your home address, UPS is also available. Please send an email to hello@sierra-linens.com to request shipping via UPS.

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Holidayshoppet
Exceptional quality!! Will order more soon...

Exceptional quality!! Will order more soon. Thanks!

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Denna S
I was looking for ways to decrease my pers...

I was looking for ways to decrease my personal waste. Disposable panty liners are not only expensive, but create alot of waste that will not break down. I found these on Etsy and order one to try it. This panty liners (6 inch) are well made with the softest organic cotton. They are so comfortable and wash beautifully. They are also shipped in materials that are are recyclable, no plastic :-). I just ordered more. I am very happy with my purchase and I highly recommend. A little on the high price side, but I would rather purchase a well made quality product and pay a little more than a cheaper one that will not hold up.

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Stephanie E
These are great! Exactly what I was lookin...

These are great! Exactly what I was looking for

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Ghost
Great quality linen and craftsmanship

Great quality linen and craftsmanship

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Sierra C
These are very absorbent and well made! I'...

These are very absorbent and well made! I've been trying to switch to eco friendly options for a lot of the everyday things I use and would definitely recommend these. It stays in place if you position it well, I like to use a few strips of double sided dress tape to help keep them in place as well.