How do you know which size pad is right for you? Try them all in this handy kit that combines our range of sizes and absorbencies, from light backup to heavy full-coverage protection. This kit also includes our handy Carry Bag for on-the-go storage.
Each Cloth Pad Size Sampler Kit includes:
Choose to add optional accessories to your kit and save money versus buying items separately:
*Please note: we are unable to ship the Pre-Soak Set outside of the USA. International orders will have this item removed and refunded.
I was forced to switch to pads only after a number of bad pap results that I narrowed down to tampons. I hated the pads, they itch, smell and are uncomfortable. What a relief to find these pads that feel great to wear. I originally got a grab bag of all sizes to try out, and I'm expanding to another order to have enough for a full cycle. Overall I would recommend this product to anyone considering changing away from paper/plastic pads, you will not regret it. I would recommend buying the full set so that you do not have to do laundry constantly during your cycle.
I was looking to be more eco friendly with my menstrual products. I already have a diva cup, but found that I disliked putting it in when my flow was light or if I was just going to be at home. The glad rags are great for me because I can choose the coverage I want and have several options to choose from for the rest of the day. They're easy no clean, no leakage, and no odors. Plus, the colors are fun to look at. No regrets for me!
This particular set is really great as you get more for your money. I already have cloth pads and was looking to expand my collection. This value kit cost about 10 or 15 dollars more than just two day pads plus! I knew which was the better option for me. These cloth pads are definitely not the same as disposable pads in terms of leaks and containing flow ( but for those who are making the switch due to environmental and health concerns - a little extra work does not hurt). That is because to compensate for the disposable pads ability to contain quite a bit of discharge for longer periods of time, one simply has to change out tbe cloth pad more often! Voila! Problem solved. I love them and would never consider going back to disposable pads ever again.
I've been using cloth pads for around a year now. After trying a couple other brands, Gladrags is by far the best. The cotton material is very comfortable and easy to wash. Yes, there are some stains after repetitive use, but nothing off putting. You know the crunch of disposable pads? You know the discomfort when the sticky adhesive of the wings grabs your skin accidentally? Yeah, you don't get any of that with cloth pads. This kit was how I started with cloth pads. It's a good way to discover exactly what sizes work for you, since we are all different. After getting this kit around a year ago, I have discovered exactly what sizes work for me and how many I need of each size to get through a period without washing. I've slowly added to my collection. I have NEVER had an issue with leaks. The cloth pads have been just as absorbent as the plastic ones except they are far more comfortable. I highly recommend these to my friends all the time! I'll never go back to disposable.
I always had irritation and discomfort with regular disposable pads. These are exactly what I was needing. They are soft, more absorbant than disposable without any rashing, chaffing or irritation. In fact I’ve had no leaks! I no longer dread menstration. I purchased the add on with the cleaning solution and pot so it’s easy to rinse them and soke them until time to run a wash. My dryer has a drying rack which allows them to wash and dry perfectly for the next month. I’m very happy with them. I just need 1-2 more liners and another night pad to make me feel like I am covered for the entire week.
I’ve never used cloth pads before this, so the sampler was a good way to try out the different sizes. I didn’t think there would be much a difference to how they felt, but I think there was actually less itching, and no sticky wings of course. My mom told me they would smell a lot, but I didn’t notice anything; they smell no more than disposable pads do, and maybe even less. The pads are soft. And the ecofriendliness was a bonus. Now I have an idea of what sizes of pads I need. Also, each pad came with 2 inserts; but a lot of the time the holder itself absorbed much of the flow, so they’re very absorbent. I hand-washed the used pads the night after I wore them, and then air-dried them; it was a very easy process. My one concern, going into college next year, is how I’ll wash them in the dorms. Overall, it is a good product, and I plan on buying more Glad Rags pads.
If you’re looking to reduce waste associated with your period these are the key! I also have a diva cup and they couple well together. They are a bit bulky but definitely do the job and this pack is a greater starter kit. Really everything you need. You’d probably need to wash these a couple times during your cycle to keep up with your flow. They’re easy to use and clean. I would suggest getting the darker colors if blood stains bother you. These are a great choice!
I love GladRags and this pack was a great way to try out the new DayPad Plus and the Pantyliner Plus. I don't have much use for the short and small pantyliner because my periods tend to be relatively heavy, even when just starting or ending. The rest of the pads are wonderful for when you have heavy periods like I do.
I used these for postpartum lochia from week 1.5 to week 6 and I must say they are a great investment. So easy to care for and so much nicer on your skin with fresh stitches. I will use these when my period comes back as well. I highly recommended skipping on the medical pads after a baby!