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Frequently asked questions

Where are the products made?

All products are handmade in Denmark by the owner Zafina.

At Happy Vag, we import the materials used ourselves, which means we can offer a unique product and save unnecessary transport.

Which type of cloth bandage should I choose?

Everyone is different and therefore it can be a challenge to choose the right bandage. Several hundred have tested and used Happy Vag's diapers, and the ones you find in the shop fit most people. If you need different measurements, or an extra layer of suction, feel free to send us an email. Here you will be guided and guided in which type of binding, as well as materials, will suit you best.

How does it work?

Reusable cloth napkins must be washed and can last for many years.


Most people can manage with 10 day nappies and 5 night nappies for an entire period, with washing in the middle of the period. Change approx. every 3 hours for heavy bleeding, and every 5 hours for medium bleeding. This is just a general experience and should be changed as needed.


What is a wet bag?

A wetbag is a closed waterproof bag. At Happy Vag you get a top quality wet bag consisting of 2 layers; öko-tex cotton fabric on the outside, organic pool on the inside and zip. Wetbags are practical when you're on the go to store used pads and panty liners. The Pul is organic and food approved, and can therefore also be used as a fruit/snack bag.

Can Stofbind pay off?


The answer is yes! Over the course of 10 years, a woman uses approx. 3500 disposable pads, and cloth pads easily last for 10 years if you wash them correctly. There is a lot of money and resources to be saved.


Why choose fabric pads?

Here are some of the best reasons to switch to cloth pads

1. No nuisance

Someone gets eczema or redness and itching from using disposable pads, because of the lack of breathability and the chemistry in disposable pads.

2. No Harmful Chemistry

Disposable sanitary napkins are not naturally completely white. The fibers in the pads are chlorine bleached to give them their clean and sterile appearance. This bleaching process creates dioxin, a highly toxic and polluting substance.

You get a dose of this harmful chemistry into your body every time you put on a new disposable pad.

3. The environmentally friendly choice

By choosing cloth napkins, you save nature from incredibly large amounts of waste. You thereby save nature both for the chemistry that is in disposable sanitary napkins, as well as for the chemistry used during the production of the many disposable sanitary napkins.

4. Better absorbency

Some find that cloth pads absorb better than disposable pads. At Happy Vag, you can choose to have an extra layer of suction sewn in if you bleed profusely.

Storage and washing


All products can be washed at up to 60 degrees. Feel free to use a laundry bag to protect the buttons and seams, so that your pads will last for many years. Between washing, the pads can be stored in a wetbag or a bucket of cold water in the bathroom. Wring out your pads in cold water before putting them in the bag. Should discoloration occur, it helps to dry diapers and pads in the sun.

If you still have any questions, feel free to write to us

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