Microwave bag

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Steam cleaning made easy
You can use it 20 times
(almost 2 years)
Made of micro-resistant plastic
Perfect alternative to boiling your cup

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Simplified cleaning of your menstrual cup.

The microwave bag is an alternative to clean your menstrual cups in the microwave instead of boiling them in a pot. Unfold the bottom of the bag, add 60 ml (2 ounces) of water and your menstrual cup, follow instructions on the bag and for your microwave. A few minutes later you have a steam cleaned menstrual cup, ready for your next period.
The hole at the side of the bag is intended to be there. It's supposed to let steam out, so that the bag doesn't become over pressurized. When the steam cleaning is finished, wait a few minutes before removing the bag from your microwave - make sure to always use the Safe Zone-grip.

Easy

Steam clean your cup in just a few minutes in the microwave.

Comfortable

No risk of forgetting the cup in the pot so it gets burned. (Happens a lot more often than one would think...)

Convenient

Very smart alternative for you who doesn't want to or cannot boil the cup in a pot.

Customer Reviews

Helene

Helene
Congratulations, such a great invention!
I would be happy if teenage girls learned about this amazing product and see it as choice number 1 instead of cotton tampons. Information and knowledge spreads through the school system and some bloggers :)

Camilla

Camilla
It doesn't leak at night as pads do, it's cheap and environmentally friendly, but mainly that it doesn't dry out my mucus membranes and doesn't contain bleach and pesticides that I don't want anywhere near my uterus.

Erika

Erika
Congratulations. A revolutionary product that more should have the chance to discover...

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