Pink Lemonade Mama Cloth Giveaway

 

Sponsored by:  Pink Lemonade 
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Over the last few years, I have noticed that products like cloth diapers have become very popular.  Many of my friends who use cloth diapers for their children, also speak very highly of their “mama cloth” as well.  I have to say I have been very intrigued, but just never took the plunge.  I’ll be honest, I like to stick to what I know and am intimidated by trying new things.  If you are like me, you probably have been using the same brand of feminine product your whole life.  With that said though, I have been very unhappy with every brand of disposable feminine products over the last year or so.  I had been seriously contemplating making the switch when I was approached by Pink Lemonade!  Problem solved – I was forced to try some “mama cloth”!

Pink Lemonade offers women a reusable, hand made cloth menstrual pads.  Like Sue, the WAHM who is the creator and owner of Pink Lemonade, I too have am a “fabric snob”.  Sue uses nothing but the very best products to create her pads.  You will find pads and liners from 6 inches to 13 inches in fabrics like hand dyed Bamboo Velour, Soft Minky and Cotton Woven prints.

Some of my favorite prints!

I wasn’t really sure where to start with my “mama cloth” so I went with the Set of 2 Minky Pads with Fleece Backs .

FRONT & BACK 

After it’s initial washing, my pads looked brand new still.  I really like the snap fasteners.  One of the reasons I have been so unhappy with disposable feminine products as of late is because I do not like how uncomfortable it is to have them always moving around.  I found the snaps kept the pads in place.

The back of the pad is made with a water resistant Windpro fleece that has an absorbent core of Bamboo fleece.  I’ve seen bamboo to be a very absorbent fabric, as many of my friends swear by it with their cloth diapers.    And I myself found this to be the case.  Of course, when it comes to “that time of the month” you are always trying to protect your dignity and leaks are a source of concern for all women.  The first time I used my new cloth pads, I just stayed around the house.  I found them to be comfortable and non-irritating, another issue I have been having with disposables.  They worked perfectly (although I really wasn’t surprised).

They are very easy to care for, just rinse in cold water and wash and dry with cool temperatures.  The wetbag is a good idea as well to hold your soiled pads until it is time to do the wash.  Now that I have my stash starter, it’s time for the expand!  I think Pink Lemonade’s prices are really very reasonable as well, especially compared to the very high costs of disposables!  Sue has some pads last for over 8 years, so these are an investment that gets their money’s worth for sure!

How would you like to start your own Mama Cloth Stash or add to yours?  Win a $25 Gift Certificate to Pink Lemonade!  Giveaway is open worldwide to readers 18+, one entry per household.  Enter through the Giveaway Tools below.  


 

Good luck & thank you for entering! 



Momma Lew’s Blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment.  Momma Lew was compensated for this post, but all opinions and views expressed are my own and were not influenced in anyway.  

 

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Comments

  1. I have not yet tried mama cloth but have just ordered my first couple of pads from PLS!

  2. I have a cotton, bamboo, and minky pad (not a big collection yet). I like my minky best, but I’m still holding out hope for a bamboo one that I will like.

  3. I’ve never used cloth pads before but love the berries bamboo velour print.

  4. the rainbow owls print on the site

  5. I started using mama cloth when I was pregnant with my youngest daughter — I really like them! They’re much more comfortable than disposable pads, for sure. Plus, they’re easy to throw in with the cloth diaper laundry.

    Great to run across you via the BYB Challenge!

  6. Yes! I used postpartum cloth exclusively after my last baby and use cloth liners with my Lunette. I need more thong liners!

  7. chelsea preston
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    Love cloth pads !!!!!!! I love all of her hand dyed fabrics

  8. I have never tried cloth pads before but I have wanted to for awhile now. I love the purple owls print. So cute!
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  9. Heather Ratliff says:

    I love using cloth pads. I like the black damask.

  10. I haven’t used cloth pads before. My favorite is the hand dyed bamboo velour.

  11. Yes…I love mama cloth especially from PLS! I love the 9 inch pads. I love so many patterns but the owls are probably my favorite!

  12. Crystal Balzer says:

    I’ve never tried them but they have gotten my interest this last week.

  13. Denise Elliott says:

    I have never used them before I have been wanting to try them for a while now I love the tye dye patterns

  14. I like the six inch liners for light days! I just got a blue flower print one that is really pretty.

  15. Karen H
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    I did not know cloth pads even existed but I’d be interested in trying them!

  16. Tracy Gordon says:

    I haven’t tried cloth pads yet! I like the lemon/grey paisley.

  17. I just love the Set of 2 – 9 Inch Fuchsia and Purple Minky Cloth Pads with Fleece backs – Wide Style!

  18. I use cloth pads and recently ordered my first PLS pads. I like the rainbow owls pattern!

  19. love the purple tie dye

  20. I have not used cloth before but am seriously considering for postpartum as it seems these would be much more comfortable during recovery! The like the brightly colored solids!

    • Hey Kadie,

      It really is A LOT more comfortable postpartum. The disposable pads are so icky. Cloth are heaven. Plus, you can soak them in your herbal bath, freeze them – and they are just delicious! Especially after pushing a 10 lb baby out.

      Good luck in the giveaway!
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      • Thanks, Lisa! I think I’m going to have to invest! Worst case scenario, I don’t like them and I can always switch to disposable and have cloth for later!

  21. I have not used them, but I’m ready to switch! I like the solid color minky ones.

  22. Amy Hall says:

    I have used cloth before, 4-5 years ago, and loved them compared to disposable pads until I ordered my Diva cup, then I’ve used nothing else. But I’m pregnant due in May, so I’ll need some cloth for a while!

  23. Christie says:

    I have never tried them but am very interested! I like the lemon and grey minky.

  24. Katie L says:

    I love the dyed pads!

  25. Cynthia says:

    No, I use a cup.

  26. I have never used cloth pads but am looking forward to trying them!

  27. Julie Ghrist says:

    I have not used them before but i would love to try the Set of Four 7.5 Inch Surprise Print Minky Pantyliners with Fleece backs and the Set of 3 7.5 Inch Minky Thong Pantyliners

  28. I have four Pink lemonade hand dyed panty liners! love them!
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