Since we've just launched as Amie Reusable Pads, we haven't received much press, yet!! But, we're still the same company we were when we began as Wishy-Washy Cloth, so we hope you'll enjoy what all these terrific people had to say about us! ❤️
✏️ Adrianna Woodburn wrote an absolutely beautiful article on Wishy-Washy Cloth, for which we are very grateful. Click over to take a look at her delightful blog.
What does it mean to be a successful woman in my community? What does she look like? What does she do? My whole life I have been looking up to women in my community because of their dedication, resilience and strength. I've decided to highlight some of these amazing entrepreneurial women in my Feature Friday...
✏️ Project Easy Living, a terrific online blog, did a lovely review of Wishy-Washy Cloth. Be sure to check out the rest of her informative blog!
I have very passionately written in the past about menstrual cycles and how to use reusable products to get you through those crappy, bloaty days in my post Bloody Disaster. I was given the opportunity to review Wishy-Washy Cloth reusable pads.* Granted, I have only used two types of reusable pads in my life, but...
🗞️ Christine had the opportunity to pitch Wishy-Washy Cloth for a grant in December, 2019 and she won!
GUELPH - Local business owner, Christine Gayfer, has received a $5,000 grant for her business, Wishy-Washy Cloth. On Dec. 5, Gayfer won the grant through a pitch competition - the culmination of the Business Centre of Guelph-Wellington's Starter Company Plus program. Previous winners include Pressed for Time Paninis, Life Voice Canada and Uprooted Farm.
🗞️ Christine was interviewed by a lovely reporter, Anam, for a local online Newspaper in December, 2019. Check out the story below!
A Rockwood woman has started a business offering a planet-friendly alternative to plastic menstrual products. Wishy-Washy Cloth - with the tag line 'making your period just a little bit fabulous' - provides women with high quality, attractive and comfortable cloth menstrual pads and panty liners made in Guelph and Rockwood.
📺 Wishy-Washy Cloth was featured on CTV Kitchener in February, 2020! The video shows a bit about Christine and Wishy-Washy cloth and gives a bit of a view of things behind the scenes. Check out the story below!