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Sanfe launches the reusable sanitary pads made with composite banana fiber

Meha Kumari
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  • 21 Aug, 2019 12:03 pm
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New Delhi: Sanfe, an IIT Delhi-incubated startup launched the first-of-its-kind reusable sanitary pads, made with composite banana fiber, which can last up to two years. Sanfe Reusable Pad is developed by Sanfe’s co-founders Archit Agarwal and Harry Sehrawat, who are also 4th year IIT Delhi students, based on inputs from several IIT Delhi professors. These pads are ultra-thin and are highly absorbent with Quadrant True Lock Technology, which makes the pad leakproof and avoids creating any rashes. A patent has also been filed for the design. A pack of two pads is priced at ₹199. These reusable sanitary pads can be used up to 120 times, after washing them in cold water with detergents after every use. With these they are trying to address the huge problem of disposable pad waste burdening the planet.

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