Store Labels

In an effort to reduce paper usage and waste, our labels refer customers to this page.  Here you can find your product to get more information that would usually be on product packaging.

All products are hand made in Canada of new products that are prewashed but should be washed before use, except for flax seed bags. Cloth pads are used print side touching your skin, with our label on the right hand side.

LIGHT FLOW PADS: purple tag. These are made of a top fabric (cotton, flannel, pique or minky), a core of either bamboo or cotton batting and is backed with microfleece or hidden PUL(white back). The purple tag indicates the light flow absorbency.

TO WASH: rinse in cold water after use or soak in cold water, followed by a stain stick of your choice. In the washing machine, use a low residue detergent or soap nuts. To dry, hang in sunlight or use medium high heat.

MODERATE FLOW PADS: Red tag. These are made of a variety of top fabrics, have a core of one layer of Zorb and one layer of batting and are backed with microfleece or hidden PUL (white back). The red tag indicates the moderate flow absorbency. 

TO WASH: rinse in cold water after use or soak in cold water, followed by a stain stick of your choice. In the washing machine, use a low residue detergent or soap nuts. To dry, hang in sunlight or use medium high heat.

HEAVY/OVERNIGHT FLOW PADS: blue/orange tag. These are made of a variety of top fabrics, have a core of two layers of Zorb and are backed with microfleece or hidden PUL (white back). The blue tag indicates a heavy flow absorbency while the orange tag indicates heavy flow in a longer length (perfect for overnight use). 

TO WASH: rinse in cold water after use or soak in cold water, followed by a stain stick of your choice. In the washing machine, use a low residue detergent or soap nuts. To dry, hang in sunlight or use medium high heat.

BAGS AND ACCESSORIES: If you have purchased a bag, pad wrapper or drying strap, they can be washed with almost anything else in your household. If you notice the PUL (waterproof layer) getting dried out or cracked, it may be time to replace it, and using the dryer on lower heat may help prevent this.

Heat packs should be spot cleaned as they contain flax seeds and will not stand up to washer or dryer use. When using flax seed bags for hot use, please test to make sure they are not too hot before use. They should not be used on children or the elderly without constant supervision.

Any questions, or to request information to be added to this section, should be directed to Melissa by using the contact us link in the menu. Thank you for your interest in our products!