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    Default Best cloth pantyliners?

    Pretty self explanatory. Without wings preferably...but they obviously need to stay put. After tried and tested brands for my teenager.

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    Have you thought about modibodi underwear they have inbuilt lining. Very comfy and easy to wash.

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    No. I'll have a look thanks. She wanted disposable pantyliners, but they irritate her so looking for an alternative that won't be seen when she is getting changed for sports etc.
    ETA - they look great, but she's very small and they won't fit her
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    I use fe fi fo mum pads and liners. They are made by the woman who owns fe fi fo bum modern cloth nappies. They are made from bamboo velour. I love them!

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    I found carefree work best for me (I easily get irritated by them) they are small and once on can't even see them.

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    I find the TOM organic ones pretty non irritating. My problem is I can only find maxi maxi maternity ones or teeny tiny liners. Try a health food store or similar. There are some other brands that don't use bleach and chemicals which could be causing the irritation.

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    Ohh I want to buy some

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    Default Best cloth pantyliners?

    Baby Beehinds. Super soft. They do have wings though but I don't think they'd be visible when changing clothes.


 

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