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Feel Clean Protection.; Edge-to-edge, stay in place adhesive.; LeakGuard Core helps lock away fluid and odor.; Soft dri-weave cover helps keep you dry.; Unique side protection zones.; Ideal for: an everyday clean feeling, slight urine loss, light flow days, tampon backup.; Long length; Unwrapped, Unscented;

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Popularity: #109 in Feminine Needs, #109 in Feminine Care
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Always Long Dri-Liners, Unscented

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AlwaysLong Dri-Liners, Unscented 40 ct
 
2.0

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2.0

Works okay... when it stays on

By Stella

from Brooklyn, NY

About Me 20-something, Busy, Professional, Urban

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Pros

    Cons

    • Difficult to Use
    • Poor quality adhesive
    • Uncomfortable
    • Unreliable

    Best Uses

    • When You Don't Need Them

    Comments about Long Dri-Liners, Unscented 40 ct:

    I've long used another brand of pantiliner, but I recently decided to look elsewhere to see if I could find a better product. Sadly, this one isn't it.

    In short, the liner works well when it's on, but because of the poor quality of the adhesive, it doesn't stay on long, and therefore does not do what it is supposed to do. One of the main reasons I use pantiliners is to absorb the extra dampness that happens during sweaty, humid summers where I live. I wore these liners for three days in a row (on days that weren't too terribly hot, even), and on each day the liner had come off before lunch. On two of those days, the liner came un-stuck to my underwear and promptly re-stuck onto my skin. Ouch! They did absorb well for the couple of hours they stayed in place, however, once they came un-stuck, they ceased to function and I had to just rip them off. It's very surprising to me that a product whose sole purpose is to absorb dampness cannot stay stuck when confronted with dampness. Trying this product was a real waste of time and money for me. I do not recommend this product.

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    2.0

    Comes unstuck after only a few hours

    By Stella

    from Brooklyn, NY

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    Pros

      Cons

      • Does Not Stick For Long
      • Sticks To Itself
      • Sticks To Your Skin
      • Uncomfortable
      • Unreliable

      Best Uses

      • When You Don't Need Them

      Comments about Long Dri-Liners, Unscented 40 ct:

      I gave this product two stars only because it is effective at absorbing moisture when it is on. However, it does not stay on for very long. The whole reason I use pantiliners is because of excess moisture from sweating through long New York summers. For the first two hours or so, it worked well and kept me reasonably dry. After that, though, the adhesive began to fail and the liner ended up pulling away from the underwear and sticking back onto itself, or worse, onto my skin. Overall, this is a very ineffective pantiliner. How on earth can it work if it can't stay on? Also, if you use any dry powders to stay dry, the liner will peel off even faster. I would not recommend this product and am upset that I wasted money trying it. I guess I'm going back to the Kotex liners I used before. At least they stayed on until noon.

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