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The Keeper

Post  Admin on Sat Nov 14, 2009 8:18 am

If you own this cup, feel free to jump right in and do a post about it! To get this thread started, here is a link to my WordPress information page about menstrual cups, containing a review (with photos) for Keeper. Comments are welcome, and so are new posts:


http://menstrualcupinfo.wordpress.com/about-keeper-cup/
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cleaning a latex cup

Post  msmith_1221 on Tue Nov 29, 2011 10:29 pm

I have just switched to the Keeper cup, the Latex cup. And I am wondering how i should clean it. I have been told to not boil it. I am so used to boiling my cups because they were all silicone. I dont know how comfortable I would be using viniger on my cup. So I am wondering what I should do to keep the Keeper just as clean as I have with the other silicone cups. Any help is welcome and Im very grateful.

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Re: The Keeper

Post  Melissa569 on Wed Nov 30, 2011 6:44 am

Keeper suggests that you do not boil their cup. They say their material will last longer if you don't. They suggest taking a vinegar/water solution (10% vinegar, 90% water) and rinsing your cup in that ONLY for a few seconds. Then let it dry. Vinegar can help sterilize it. But also you can wash it really good with soap and water.

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New Keeper

Post  msmith_1221 on Mon Dec 26, 2011 5:51 pm

I'm wondering if anyone who has a keeper knows what the white stuff on the cup is. when you first get it there is a fine coat of white powder or something left over from being made. I have had a hard time getting it to come off fully. I'm wondering if anyone else has had the same isssue. I think what ever that stuff is gave me an allergic reaction to the white stuff.

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