- rinse them untill the water runs clear then wash them.
- wash them after overnight soak .
- wash them at the end of her cycle.
- wash them once a month. (ewwwww!)
I find number 3 and 4 little bit offensive (hehehe), I combine 1 and 2 and it's not as easy as it seems. I'll explain later.
Cloth panty liners
I wash my panties daily so I don't have any problem washing the pantyliners:
Soak it with detergent when I got home and wash it at the end of the day. I use a small plastic bucket (about 20 cm diameter) and it can fit 2 'toilet towels', 2 panties and 2-3 pads. I use about 1 table spoon of Attack Detergent and two-three rinses are enough to clean them. Simple.
To be honest, it's not easy to clean the pads. I stained my undyed 11" Moonbow :(
I rinse it until the water clear and soak it overnight. And the Moonbow still stained, not heavily stained, but it had stain. After it dried, I washed it again, this time using pre-wash stain remover (a baby product, I forgot the brand. Cussons, perhaps?) and it's not completely gone, but better.
The Moonbow takes much effort to clean while I don't have much problems with Fresh Moon.
But it's a mentrual pad. It's meant to be stained :D