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Lunapads (Wetbags)

Post  indigohoney on Tue Apr 19, 2011 2:33 am

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Re: Lunapads (Wetbags)

Post  fireaphid on Tue Jul 19, 2011 8:14 pm

I think Lunapads wetbags are still made by Happy Tushies, which has its own review page. . .

But I wanted to review a menstrual cup pouch made by Lunapads. I got one as a freebie in a blog contest and really like it. It's made of absorbent cotton flannel, so I take it with me when I'm out and about with my cup, in case I for some reason need to remove the cup and have to hold onto it for a while before I get home. It's sturdy and has survived several trips through the laundry. The only problem is that it's a tight fit for my cup, which is actually one of the narrowest ones on the market, so I think anyone with an average to large width cup would probably have trouble using it.

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Moon Pad Bag (Happy Tushies) Luna Pads

Post  tragicfaerie on Sat Oct 06, 2012 11:50 pm

First off, this is a much smaller wet bag than a lot of others I've seen for sale through cloth pad websites, so be sure to read the dimensions and confirm the size of the bag before purchase.

That said, the Luna Pads Moon Pad Bag is the perfect size for fitting inside my purse or the front pouch of my backpack. It has a waterproof lining (PUL) and two zipper pouches. I hear tell that the bag used to have snaps that would allow it to lay flat, with one zipper on either side, but by the time I purchased it they had discontinued this feature. It is sewn with the outer cloth fabric folded over itself with two liner pouches sat inside. It works well to hold a stash of backup liners and/or pads for the day (work/school) or overnight (away from home). If you're looking for a more extensive "travel" option, this is probably not the bag for you, but it works great for about two or three backups and I really like being able to separate the used from the new with the two pouches.

Decent price ($20), I'm sure there are cheaper options out there, but I really liked the fabric options from Luna Pads.

Quality is great. I've had mine for well over a year now and I've machine washed and dried it a handful of times. It still looks brand new and the zippers are holding up strong.
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