August Newsletter

cloth pads Hannahpad South Africa

Winter is nearly over. With the end of one season, there is always the prospect of a new beginning. That brings excitement and new life. With that in mind, I have launched two new products this month. One is the packets of grated Boerseep, which comes in 200g packets. It comes with instructions on how to make your own laundry gel, as well as all purpose cleaner. This makes it a very cost effective way of cleaning your home and laundry. One cup of grated Boerseep will render 2L laundry gel, so a little goes a very far way. The other new product, is the Bio Bleach, which is soda ash and oxygen, so basically washing soda with added Hydrogen Peroxide. This is great for all laundry, as it it does not strip colour ( being chlorine free), it is great for whites and stains. You can use it in your dishwasher machine and in general household cleaning, so once again a cost effective, biodegradable cleaner.

I am awaiting my second shipment of Hannahpads. I am adding another size to the range, Small, which is 21cm long. This falls between the Pantyliner and the Medium pads. This would be great for smaller built people, women with lighter cycles, as well as young girls starting to bloom.

I will add a Reviews Page to the website soon, as I have been receiving very good reviews of the product. Ladies are finding it extremely effective, leakproof, comfortable and easy to clean.

One thing to remember, is that when you are on the go, you would really need a wetbag to keep your clean, spare pads in, and put your soiled pads in the ziploc bags. This will make your life very easy on the go.

I run a special every month on Facebook, which does not reflect on the website. Like my page to be the first to know of these specials on https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hannahpad/1680971592124010

And then lastly, but not least, a very warm Welcome to Faithful to Nature. This online store is now stocking Hannahpads. I will shortly add a stockist page to list the new stockists or agents.

Enjoy your last bit of winter.

Warm regards

Martinette


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