Ladies, can you count the number of bras that you had to throw away before you actually properly have “worn – out”?

Women agree that one of the most annoying problems with the conventional bras is that the wires that commonly come out cause discomfort and sometimes even bruises. 

Once the wire of the bra is out, you can’t wear it again as it will not provide you the same support.

Probably you have already tried different things, but we have one that is really great. 

All you need is a sanitary towel. 

First cut it into smaller sections and apply them over the end of the wire. On this way you will keep the bra underwire from poking out. 

Another suggestion is to try putting a bit of a heavy fabric, for example denim over the ends and glue it in place with glue gun or washer safe glue. 

Still, cotton is much more comfortable.



In case if you are on some mini break and you have forgotten your slippers, simply fashion new pair together with a couple of pads and you can relax. 

This is definitely only an indoor shoe. 

Well, it would be really embarrassing wearing feminine hygiene products as footwear, but they also are absorbent in wet weather.

weat moppers

You don’t need headband when you can just use a sanitary towel. 

It is interesting that Formula 1 racing driver Nico Rosberg, wears a towel under his helmet to mop up sweat so it doesn’t run into his eyes. 

Moreover, very often the stylists pop a pad inside garments on photo shoots in order to absorb sweat and stop a ring forming around the armpit. 

Models sweat, as well.

Makeshift bandage

If you’re in somewhere in the wild and there isn’t a chemist near by, you can create a bandage or dressing from a sanitary towel. 

All you need to do is to wrap it over the wound and you are good to go.


People who suffer from sweaty feet simply can pop a sanitary pad into their shoes and the problem is solved: 

you will have fresh, clean smelling feet as the pad will absorb the sweat. 

This is great idea if your shoes slip or are slightly too big.

Breast pads

Women who are breastfeeding and have leaky boob syndrome, should not waste their money on expensivebreast pads. 

Instead, cut a towel in half and then stick into your bra with the adhesive on the back.

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