Washable Adult Nappies | Should We Sell Them? - Have Your Say

Posted by Will 01/07/2016 18 Comment(s) Adults,

Washable Adult Nappies

We have noticed quite a few people searching for washable adult nappies. We have decided to write this blog post to inform people about the various options for washable incontinence products, and ask whether we should start stocking a washable adult nappy.

If that's what you want, please add your name to our email list and you will be the first to know when we start selling them. Skip to email signup.

Article Contents

Choices
Flat folded adult terry nappies
Shaped adult terry nappies
All in one washable adult nappies

Why use washable nappies?
Which is better? Washable or disposable?
Hidden costs with washable continence care products
Environmental
Monetary
Where can I buy adult washable nappies in the UK?
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What Choices Are There For Washable Adult Nappies?

There are basically three types of products:

  1. Flat folded adult terry nappies - these are like the old fashioned baby nappies that were used before disposables became popular. Square sheets of terry towelling are folded and usually pinned together. These are then covered with waterproof plastic or rubber pants.

    The advantage with these is that the terry towelling configuration can be changed throughout the day by using a different number of layers or different folds to better accommodate the needs of the wearer, but we don't think there is a big market with this type of product as it's a lot of work for a user or carer to keep laundering and folding the many sheets that would be required to support an adult over one week.

    It is also more difficult to change these and any excess towelling will make the product very bulky which could be uncomfortable and not very discreet. We aren't looking into stocking these.

  2. Pre folded and shaped adult terry nappies - these are terry towelling sheets that have been pre folded and stitched into a better shape. Several sheets are attached together and the leg holes are usually cut out to give the hourglass shape that disposable nappies have.

    They might also be finished with some sort of fitting like popper studs or buttons to fasten them. Sometimes these pre folded absorbent pads might be made from more advanced 3 or 4 layer absorbent materials (like a Kylie Bed Pad) which offers more absorbency and better skin care than simple terry sheets.

    These also need to be covered with waterproof plastic pants or rubber pants. These over pants might also be finished with popper studs or buttons to make them easier to change for less mobile people.

  3. All in one washable adult nappies - these have the absorbent materials directly attached to a waterproof backing material. They have popper stud fasteners on them to fasten them up. The advantages with a product like this is that more advanced leakage protection can be built in at the leg holes, the absorbent padding is self contained and the product is easier to apply as it can be fitted all in one piece. If we were to offer any kind of adult washable nappy it would be this one.


Why Use Washable Incontinence Products?

We have already sold thousands of kylie pants for men and women to people that have light incontinence. With those products the attraction is that the user doesn't need to buy disposable incontinence pads, and they don't need to change anything about their routine.

The reason for choosing a washable nappy might be different. Washable adult nappies will offer far more absorbency than Kylie or Kanga pants, which means that the user or carer can stop buying costly disposable products.

There is also a lot of concern about what happens to soiled incontinence products. In a care home environment used incontinence products are usually stored up and disposed of in special biohazard incinerators. This leads to pollutants spoiling the atmosphere. In a private home they will be disposed of in the bin to put into landfill. As these products usually contain plastic, super absorbent powder and latex or elastic, these are non biodegradable so will remain intact in the ground forever.

For those of us with an environmental conscience, neither of these options is appealing. On balance then a reusable product would be a more attractive idea.

There is also the cost to consider. If I take our best selling disposable product in size medium and assume that a person gets only 3 changes per day (maybe that's too few but it seems to be a common number that people report being told by the continence service), that works out at around £3 per day and £1094 per year! If you are using more than 3 per day you can see how expensive this is. Compare that to the cost of 6 washable adult nappies and you can see why they might be popular. We think you would need a minimum of 6 to allow time for washing and drying.


Which is Better, Washable or Disposable?

Better is a loose term. We like to save our customers money, help them to deal with incontinence discreetly but effectively and have good health. Prolonged skin contact with urine leads to rashes and infections, which is bad for health. Simply put, washables might work out cheaper, they aren't very discreet but can offer good protection and washable products are not as good as disposable products for keeping urine away from the skin.

If you really want to trust a product not to leak, most of the time disposables will be better. Their complex construction means multiple elastics at the legs, internal leak barriers and quick absorbing super absorbent powder. This means they are better than ever before at preventing leaks.

If you want something to wear in bed to keep the worst of it contained then a washable product will work very well for that.

The technology in modern disposable adult nappies is all about keeping urine away from the skin. Rashes are no longer really a problem for modern disposables. Washable technologies though seem to vary quite widely in their ability to maintain helathy skin.

Folded or shaped terry towelling adult nappies make no attempt to separate skin from urine so there may be problems using these for people with sensitive skin. The all in one products often have a one way hydrophobic top layer which is a very effective way to keep urine away from skin so shouldn't cause skin conditions, but this will vary by the person.

Adult washable nappies of any kind tend to be bulkier and thicker than disposables so may not be suitable for use during the day under normal clothes.


Hidden Costs With Washable Continence Care Products

The analysis given so far has covered the broad strokes of cost and environmental impact but there are other things to consider that might not be obvious on the surface.


Environmental

We have already looked at why disposable products might be considered bad for the environment, but are washables any better?

Washables will contain a waterproof layer which is almost always made from some type of plastic, which is an oil derivative. They will also contain some man made fibres like polyester, another oil derived plastic. In order to make a material white, or any other colour, extremely toxic bleaches and dyes might be used.

The act of washing in itself might also have an impact, think how energy intensive it is to produce clean water, pump it to your house, heat it to 90 degrees and then drain it, cleaning the detergents that you added at the water processing plant. This is a very energy hungry process.


Monetary

I can't tell you the lifetime of an all in one washable adult nappy but you have to make a calculation of not just the initial expense but also the ongoing cost. As previously mentioned as an environmental impact you need to look at the real cost of washing. Firstly, you must buy the product. If you pay, for instance, the same for a washable nappy as you do for for 56 MoliCare Super Plus, can you be sure that you can wash your nappy 56 times without it falling apart? If not, you aren't saving much money.

The next question you need to consider is washing and drying. If you put 3 of these in the wash every day, add washing powder, use water (that might be on a water meter), heat your water with your boiler and use the electricity to run the washing machine, how much do you think that will cost per wash?

As these products are made from highly absorbent layered fabric, drying them on the line might not be easy either, which means you might need to tumble dry them. Tumble dryers are notoriously high energy consumers.

Once you have added up the cost per wash and the cost of purchase, do you make a saving on buying disposable incontinence products?

We haven’t done enough research to answer that question, but if you are considering making the change to washables then these are questions you might want to consider.

If a disposable product is made in a sustainable way such as the Nordic Swan marked Abena Abri Form nappies, are the washable products produced in such an environmentally friendly way, and do they continue to be better for the environment when washed if compared to the Abena products that are free from toxic chemicals and safe for landfill?

These are questions that you will need to ask yourself, we have no answers but will hopefully help you to understand the pros and cons of each.


I'm sold - where can I buy washable adult nappies in the uk?

We wrote this blog post to try to figure out whether we should sell them or not. If you want to buy this product from us please enter your name and email address below.

We will keep you updated and should we decide to stock them, you will be the first to know.

We will decide whether or not it's s good idea by looking at the size of our mailing list, so if you are interested please add your name, otherwise we won't know if there is a market for this product or not

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18 Comment(s)

Louise:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I would me more than happy to try washable nappies if your blog generates enough interest. I am not sure I could fully convert to washable nappies completely, but see no reason why I could not use them at night or when I am at home or even a mixture of both for that matter, or what my circumstances are at the time. I have only ever used disposable nappies & never really thought about genuine fitted washable nappies that are both practical & comfortable to wear for adults. I do wear nappies everyday (3-4)& they are not cheap to buy, neither am I ashamed to admit that I do wear nappies. I think the idea of washable nappies is wonderful news & while the initial out lay might be expensive to start with if a balance is found both in terms of cost & the impact on the enviroment hopefully!! the outlay for the disposable nappies will go down. Count me in please.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Louise I'm pleased to hear that you like the idea. Don't forget to add your email to the list! Thanks Every Nappy

Barry:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Very informative. You didn't mention that the covering is stronger than disposable which makes them good for people that shred or tear their pads, like wheelchair users or dementia patients. When will you start selling them?

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Barry, thanks for your comment. This is something that we hadn't considered but it makes a lot of sense. We don't know if we will start selling these, the response so far on our email list has been quite good. We still haven't decided if there is enough interest to bring this product in. If anyone would like to buy please add your email to the list so we know.

Edna:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Hi there. This blog post is getting quite old and I couldn't find the product in your website. Does this mean you aren't going to sell them? It's a real shame because washable nappies would be great for lots of adults I know. Maybe even nursing homes would like to use them because it's cheaper. I think that everyone would buy them if they can, its a better option all round. Even if they are bigger or whatever lots of people would wear them in bed over night because its cheaper!

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Edna Thank you for your feedback. We didn't really get enough interest to warrant stocking the product, but we are keeping the mailing list open if anybody else wants to register their interest. Thanks Will

Stew:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Reading through your article discussing the pros and cons of reusable nappies much of what you say is very true.The initial purchase cost can put the wind up most people and the washing and drying (Which can take a VERY long time unless tumble dried)can be a real pain.Apart from the difficulties in laundering the product what you say about the problem of reusables keeping wet cloth in contact with skin is very true.Reusables are a guaranteed way of getting nappy rash or a fungal infection.Fungal infections have also been known to survive the product being washed.So even if you treat the infection you will reintroduce the fungus the moment you put the product back on (To kill off the fungus you have to wash them on 60 degrees every time,which makes the cost of the wash higher still). One option would be to use a biodegradable insert inside reusable plastic/waterproof underpants as these require far less to wash and dry quickly. Either of these options would be a better choice.Incineration/power generation would suit care homes and hospitals,whereas a biodegradable product inside reusable pants would be far more suited to a home environment with the pads going in the normal waste.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Stew It seems you know an awful lot about the subject. From what you are saying, you would support the use of washable adult nappies at home if they were used with a biodegradable insert sheet to prevent fungal and bacterial infections? Do you think that care homes might be able to better handle the risk from washables because of their industrial laundry facilities? As they are doing an immense amount of laundry anyway, do you think their machines could be made safe for reusables by using a higher heat setting, or adding anti-fungal detergent to the washing? The point you picked on up with the prolonged contact of urine with skin, could this be mitigated by instituting more frequent changing regimes? This might suggest that if a care home or hospital could change it's routines, it would be able to drastically reduce waste from disposable incontinence products, but with the tradeoff that their laundry bill would rise. Thank you very much for your insight Stew, I hope that other readers will be able to take your points and come to a sensible decision about which options to go for.

garry:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

when washing you can add a cap of milton to first wash that should kill germs Failing that im sure someone could bring out a wash liquid that does remove bacteria

John:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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The biggest problem with all in one nappies is drying them. When they are just shaped nappies you can add or remove absorbancy as required so makibg them easy to split for drying. Some users need a large level of absorbancy to see them through the night. Others might not need quite so much. As always the price of the item will be a big factor too. There is someone listing all in ones on eBay right now for over ??50 each who could afford to buy six or eight of those? I would be very interested in how this turns out. There is someone listing reusable all in ones on eBay at the moment for over ??50 each. Who could afford a decent stock of those ?

John:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I really struggle with urinary incontinence at night time while sleeping. I get supplied the best disposables available and I usually leak before morning. I always cover my disposables with a cloth over nappy and vinyl pants I have used a very successful cloth shaped nappy for quite a few years. The Huggle by Minkie Nappies. Unfortunately Minkie has now ceased trading and no one makes anything comparable. Sadly missed. for the reasonable price Minkie did. I wish someone would do some proper research into Cloth Adult Nappies

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi John I completely understand the problem you are having. We have many customers in similar situations, and that's why we want to try to make a success of this. We are still looking at our patterns and trying to work out how we can best make the product. We hope to have something ready in the new year, so please check back soon. Thank you for commenting Every Nappy

Ian:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

I agree with John, the Huggle by Nappies by Minki was superb. I have 5 of them and although a little ragged around the edges, they have served me well, keeping my bed dry. Apparently Michaela is passing her patterns on to another manufacturer to continue the manufacture of continence care products. Disposables work well through the day, when the wearer is more upright, but lying down, more absorbance is required around the sides, where a disposable product fails. In bed, bulkiness is not a real issue provided that they can be washed and dried discretely.

Graham:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Fully agree The Huggle by Minkie Nappies are/were great. Such a shame the lady concerned closed down her co-operative. Bambinex for adults are good. You I extra soakers though. 1 - 2 for day and 4 if I use them for night time. The fronts are a bit low/narrow and for night time PP's are needed.

gary:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi the patterns and customer lists etc was meant to be passed onto to someone else going to take over the reins somewhere else i got told! so could carry on. Do have a few other makes now

Karen:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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All in ones take too long to dry and you can't vary how much absorbency you need. Pocket nappies are much better as you can pop extra inserts in for overnight needs and as they separate for washing, they dry much faster. Hanging your nappies on the line should help with absorbency and hygiene concerns. I used to use them for my daughter and even made them once she outgrew commercially available ones. But I went back to disposables for ease. I am now looking to buy some washable ones again as the NHS disposables are causing awful rashes and have found them available on TJs. I am in the process of ordering some now. They even have different colours.

Eamon:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I have tried all manor of disposable nappies for night time wetting but the simple fact that the pad does not extend around the waist means that you cannot guarantee to prevent leaks, even with the addition of plastic pants. I have now switched to pinned or velcro shaped, terry towelling nappies with plastics pants (mainly Euroflex) and I now sleep with absolute confidence that I will wake with a dry bed. Best decision that I ever made. I agree with Karen about AIO's. The are difficult to dry effectively and all the ones I have tried tend to wick around the legs and wet the outside of the nappy, so you need to wear plastic pants to ensure that the bed stays dry. Bit pointless really! The only downside of terry nappies at present is the price. In many cases ??35-??40 each. What we need is a supplier who will provide well made pinned or velcro shaped nappies at a sensible price. It will never make the manufacturer a millionaire, but they will be providing a much needed product.

garry:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi ive tried quite a few as throw away ones don't work if sleep on sides or turn over a lot. Plus chemicals cause problems with skin and longer term. Had some huggies made by minki for night time use as more bulky and can add to them there ok there daytime waffle one's arn't so good though. got a couple from Sandi on ebay in terry cotton built in soakers velcro at sides but chopped some of as catch skin but fasten with two pins each side there ok for days and night ish. Have a couple of AIO's which have poly/pu outsides velcro tabs and have separate boosters made in a micro fabric quite good must be honest for daytimes don't really leak unless really having bad day (making excessive)dry really quickly too made by Bambinex for adults discrete under clothes too last well to as not cheap. For cover/waterproof layer needed with minki's etc or terry squares generally stick with gary pants either the .007 pvc comfort type or the urethane the enclosed elastics last longer also have some of that German brand that are ok There are some places that will make adult size now

garry:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

The thing is you need plenty of them so can rotate them seven or more i guess esp for winter when harder to dry plus don't want to wash every day. there are a few others coming through Snuggle blankets are one they make some good ones and someone took over Minki's from what i got told. Snuggle blankets are doing trials she said for NHS approval! so then might be able to get from my quacks?

Mike:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Washable nappies with a Velcro fastening are available from Kins in Canada whose website is easily available. No one seems to be distributing these in Britain and I have to get them sent over but they really are brilliant and long lasting and are best used with their rubber pants which seem to last for ever if washed carefully. It would be great if these were available over here. Their quality is simply excellent and they are extremely comfortable and no soreness results.

Rich:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

I agree that its a pity Babykins products are not readily available here, when I have purchase direct I got hit with quite high customs charges. I have used their plastic panties for many years now for night time protection with my shaped Paddy T nappies. They are traditional designed plastic baby panties in a full range of adult sizes. They are just like the baby panties I was used to wearing when younger and perform just as well now.are very comfortable to sleep in and come up high at the back to prevent leaks if you are a heavy wetter and tend to flood your nappy. Babykins also sell the same plastic baby panty but with a nylon outer covering, although this design only comes with frilly lace across the rear so it is very babyish in appearance. The advantage with the nylon covering is that is stops complaints from a partner about that plastic feeling if you sleep close together.

Rich:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I have been a bedwetter for many years and have considerable experience of both disposable and re-usable products. Despite trying numerous different designs, brands and sizes I have never found a disposable nappy that works properly. As a side sleeper they often leak. I find the best solution is the Paddy T shaped terry towelling nappy. This is a versatile, washable nappy which you can use a folded booster towel inside if you wish. Because they are pin-on there is plenty of scope for adjustment to the individual, or if you gain or loose a bit of weight. They are also made to measure so fit is not a problem. I prefer to use a disposable Abena 9 incontinence pad which I position on top of the nappy, then bring it up between the legs to cover the front and then pin the side wings of the nappy together with a single nappy pin, yes that's all it needs. Then put on plastic panties that need to be generous enough to cover the entire nappy and then some. Go for the higher waist panties as you don't want the plastic pants sliding down and exposing the top of your nappy which can lead to wicking onto sheets. Top tip- make sure you pin the Paddy T as tight as possible so the soaker is held close and snug to your body. Any slight leak from there when wetting side sleeping will be causght by plastic pantes and terry toweeling fabric.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Rich Thanks for the tip! For anyone reading this comment you can buy the Abena Abri San 9 pad from us, please select Incontinence Pads from the main menu above and click on Abena Abri San. Thanks for commenting Will

Andrew :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I wear washable incontinence pants, two reasons firstly, I sweat alot between the bottom, and if I pass gas it stops those embarrassing brown marks on my pants or shorts, secondly I have a small bladder and sometimes wet just a little bit before I can get to the toilet. Also they ARE comfy.

Will :
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Andrew Thank you for commenting! If you use washable pants you might want to have a look at our Kylie?? Pants, the highest quality washable incontinence pants available. You can click on Washable Pants in the main menu and then select Kylie Male Pants for more information. Thanks Will

Maxine:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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I have been looking for washable adult nappies for myself as the disposable pants bring me out in a rash. Ibam currently using bamboo cloth inserts which are very absorbant but would love to be able to wear something that doesnt leak, please can you send some recomendations. Kind regards from Maxine

Maxine:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Please advise about reliable washable adult nappies,I have been looking for months, I am currently using bamboo inserts. Kind regards Maxine

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Maxine We don't sell any washable adult nappies at the moment so unfortunately can't recommend anything, however i you haven't tried disposables in a while I highly recommend the Abena Abri Form. It is very kind to the skin and offers excellent protection, you can find them here: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/adult-nappies/abena-abri-form-adult-nappies Hope this helps! Will

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Maxine We don't sell any washable adult nappies at the moment so unfortunately can't recommend anything, however i you haven't tried disposables in a while I highly recommend the Abena Abri Form. It is very kind to the skin and offers excellent protection, you can find them here: https://www.everynappy.co.uk/adult-nappies/abena-abri-form-adult-nappies Hope this helps! Will

Rich:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Maxine. I sympathise with your situation and problems in finding reliable products for your incontinence. From your post it is unclear as to the exact problem you experience and I said to Will that he could pass on my e-mail to you if you need advice. The Paddy T shaped terry towelling nappy is a versatile, washable nappy which you can use a folded booster towel inside if you wish. You will of course need to wear plastic panties over the nappy, so you need to be comfortable with the slightly babyish appearance. You may not be aware that there is a wide and varied range of plastic panties available to adults nowadays, ranging from traditional translucent baby-style pants to nursery prints and nylon covered frilly panties with lace frills across the rear to give a more feminine appearance. The advantage over traditional terry squares is that the padding it between your legs where it is needed most.

Rich:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Because they are pin-on there is plenty of scope for adjustment to the individual, or if you gain or lose a bit of weight. They are also made to measure so fit is not a problem. You can use a disposable incontinence pad which I position on top of the nappy, then bring it up between the legs to cover the front and then pin the side wings of the nappy together with a single nappy pin, yes that's all it needs. Then put on plastic panties that need to be generous enough to cover the entire nappy and then some. Go for the higher waist panties as you don't want the plastic pants sliding down and exposing the top of your nappy which can lead to wicking onto sheets. Top tip- make sure you pin the Paddy T as tight as possible so the soaker is held close and snug to your body. Any slight leak from there when wetting side sleeping will be caught by plastic panties and terry towelling fabric.

Richie:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM
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Can i get the nappy thats shown are anything like it as it has everything i need. I am from the uk and i am finding it hard to get a product that i can put over my nappy so peolle cant see it and from the back it looks like nothing. I want it to have the following Waterproof linning Snap on and off easy Not noisy Soft and hides and stops leaks from my current dispos nappy. The image thats in here is perfect

Will:
30/11/-0001, 12:00:00 AM

Hi Richie We decided not to stock it in the end. I think you may be able to find something very similar in Canada made by MIP. Try searching for MIP washable diaper and see what comes up. Thanks for commenting! Will

Hans:
06/06/2017, 10:01:07 PM
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Dear all I live in Switzerland and we don't have it here. I only can order in US or CAN wich is too expensive due to tax and shipping cost. I would def. buy from you and hope that you can make it. I am sure the trend goes (back) to washable diapers and solid plastic or rubber pants. It's easier and feels better.Just do it!Looking Forward to hear from you soon. Hans

Fred:
27/06/2017, 03:59:44 PM
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What Iam. try to say been suggested before,but with little twist to keep nappy buster inside plastic pants in place snap on fitted inside out of pants to suit fitted nappy buster that look like oversized pouch pouch that layers can be added as need,then everything is covered inside plastic pants advantage easy replace of busters for washing etc. But needs modification to pants,and Buster pad

Carolyn:
30/06/2017, 11:16:50 PM
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My son is doubly incontinent due to severe disabilities and the cost of disposable nappies is huge... plus there is very little chance that he will ever be toilet trained. I'd love the option of washable nappies for older children and adults!

Richard:
24/07/2017, 10:44:37 PM
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The continence nurse here had some samples very much like the ones pictured when I was going through cancer recovery. They didn't work for me - leaked too easily, so I ended up in disposable.

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