A most iconic mask/pad duo. You can pick between a regular absorbency pad or a heavy absorbency pad. Check out the regular one here. All I know is, I just don’t feel right when my mask and pad don’t match. (jk)
Mask/Pad Duo! Heavy Cloth Pad, 100% Cotton Mask! ⋒
It really takes a special kind of person to wear a mask that matches their cloth pad. I have a good feeling that the people who are reading this are that kind of special :+)
Imagine seeing another person wearing the same mask as you, and you have to think… are they also wearing the same pad as me???
The heavy pad is made of 100% cotton flannel, cotton terry cloth, metal snap fasteners, and a layer of PUL. PUL, or polyurethane laminate, is a laminated, waterproof fabric. Cotton is a moisture wicking fabric that allows the pad to dry while you’re wearing it. This offers a breathability that make them so much more comfortable than disposable pads. Dimensions: 9.5 inches long 2.25 inches wide at the middle, not including wings 2.5 inches wide at both ends & Each wing is 2 inches wide.
As for the cloth mask, it’s just made out of two layers of 100% cotton flannel. The ear elastic is so soft and stretchy, I haven’t worn anything more comfortable than this kind of elastic.
MASK CARE: This mask will likely be slightly large for some people, in which case I recommend machine washing and drying it so it can shrink up a bit. If it fits just right, go ahead and air dry it.
PAD CARE: Machine wash cold without fabric softener, air dry thoroughly. You may rinse it with cold water ASAP after gettin it dirty to avoid staining.
The pattern of the fabric you choose might vary slightly from the one in the picture. (PS sorry the extra example pics are of the regular absorbency pad, but y’all get the idea, huh? :+))
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask me!
– Moody V
[Image Description: Image 1: A white cloth pad patterned with simple rainbow-like arches, next to a cloth mask made of the same fabric with white elastic ear straps on a white background. Image 2: The mask. Image 3: A smaller pad. Image 4: The pad face down with its wings folded and secured with metal snaps. Image 5: The pad folded up into a little square and secured with snaps.]