#RecycleYourPeriodPad and get the house clean! $2 Printable coupon

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Did you know that, for every 3 women, 1 of them is very likely to experience Light Bladder Leakage (LBL) at some point in her life? When Poise asked me to share this sponsored post with you, it reminded me that a great percentage of you probably suffer from LBL discomfort.  Here’s a printable coupon to save you a bit of money…. see if the Poise product works well for you!   LBL is a daunting threat from Mother Nature.  That woman may have had children, gained weight, or suffered from an illness that caused the onset of the LBL.  Chances are good that she also hides the problem from her friends, thinking that they won’t understand. Many of those women use period pads to manage LBL when they should be using Poise! Poise wants you to #RecycleYourPeriodPad and stay clean with their pads and liners. 

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The Thin-Flex design of the new Poise pads makes them more comfortable than ever.  What’s especially noteworthy is that it’s easy to tuck right into your purse, just as a period pad would be.   The biggest difference is that this product actually works for LBL!  It’s okay if you’re fighting an imaginary moral obligation to use up all your period pads before you try Poise. Just recycle those pads!

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Period pads make great disposable sponges for scouring the sink.  First, remove the paper lining. Stick those little “wings” to the back of the pad. Wrap the pad around your hand, then use the adhesive backing to stick the ends to each other.  Spread some cleaner on the surface that needs to be cleaned.   I used some homemade cleaner that I keep in the kitchen; it also works well on the bathroom sink and tub!

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Use the pad to scrub the surface.  Splash some water on the surface for maximum effectiveness.  The great part is, you can toss the pad sponge when you’re finished.

Even if you decide not to recycle your period pad, you should definitely consider Poise for LBL issues.  Keep some in your bathroom cabinet, too — even in the guest bathroom. Chances are good that one of your friends could be hiding that LBL problem!

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Comments

  1. Sarah L says:

    I haven’t had a pad in my house in many years (thank goodness).

  2. That’s a clever use. I’m way past using them too – like 10 years now. But I’m sure anyone that has them lying around will appreciate this tip

  3. Interesting! Never would have thought to use it like that. I’m younger and I think I’ve experienced LBL too … if I laugh too much. 🙂

  4. Wow… this is great. I accidentally bought pads I thought were for period… but they were for bladder control issues. THEY ARE HUGE. Couldn’t return them, and no clue what to do with them. Now, I know!

  5. Elizabeth O. says:

    Great tips! I never thought you could use it that way. How clever!

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