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Note below that the first category is for heavier cloth diapers, and down below there are the categories for lighter cloth diaper products, the incontinence panties and the men's underwear.
Adult Cloth Reusable Diapers
Adult Diaper Covers
Women's Incontinence Panties
Men's Incontinence Underwear
Adult and Youth Swim Diapers
Reusable Incontinence Pads
Reusable Chair Pads
Reusable Incontinence Sheets
Approximately 24 million Americans suffer from some type of urinary incontinence, but are often otherwise healthy. This problem is twice as common in women due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause and the female anatomy. It is estimated that 50 percent of people in nursing homes have incontinence.
Cloth products and cloth diapers for adults are a good solution for many incontinent adults, and they are available in different levels of absorbency to meet an individual’s needs. There come in various fabrics and styles.
There are many advantages to using cloth adult diapers as they are reusable and actually less expensive than disposable products in the long term.
Unlike disposable diapers, the cloth diapers help the environment by not ending up in a landfill. The reusable diapers come in styles for men and women. They are available in sizes from small to 3X-large. Choosing well-made diapers is important, so they fit well and do not result in embarrassing leaks. Reusable products have many attributes that are not found in the disposables. They are designed for all levels of incontinence from light to heavy, including fecal incontinence, and products also include chair pads, liners, panties and briefs for men. Many of the washable diapers designed for moderate to heavy incontinence can be worn under clothing during the day and also at night.
Heavier cloth adult diapers and products are more absorbent and will last throughout the night; however, to protect the skin, it is good to change the diaper or product when they become wet. Even though cloth diapers are bulkier, many people wear them day and night. There is a soft, plastic-coated nylon adult diaper cover-up available for pads and liners. This type of diaper is perfect for someone in a wheelchair or one that is bedridden.
Swim diapers are also available, so no one has to sit out of the pool when the family is having a good time. Swim diapers are designed for fecal incontinence. The swim brief is worn next to the skin, under a swim suit. The SOSecure Containment Swim Brief offers some degree of protection against urinary incontinence. The SoSecure can be checked out at home like in the bathtub to determine the amount of urine they hold, which is many times two cups.
There is a wide selection of washable, reusable underpads that protect sheets and the mattress.
These pads are also helpful for a child that is not yet potty trained as they work for any type of incontinence. They are available in a variety of sizes and are important to prevent mattress damage if there tends to be any leakage at night. Some people even use these pads for their dogs to lie on at night.
Chair pads for wheel chairs or other types of chairs are excellent as they have three protective inner layers backed by a 100 percent waterproof vinyl backed polyester. Moisture is absorbed and trapped as they have a quilted cotton blend top layer that wicks moisture into the pad, which protects the skin and protects the furniture.
Cloth adult diapers and the other reusable products for incontinence are plentiful and the perfect solution for many people.