Aidapt Disposable Incontinence Bed Pads
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Incontinence can have a disproportional impact on daily life. There are many items wich can help. The Aidapt Disposable Bed Pads are high performance, disposable underpads for discreet continence care, designed to offer protection for beds, mattresses, chairs and wheelchairs with superior absorbency, thanks to the new formula of the absorbent layer.
These disposable incontinence pads for men and women are designed to offer a hygienic and comfortable solution to protect beds and chairs. With a soft facing material for comfort and a waterproof backing, Aidapt's incontinence pads are available in different sizes and absorbency rates. Absorbency rates are given as an SAP (Super Absorbent Polymers) rating; a higher rating shows a greater level of absorbency. 25 pads per pack.
- Soft facing for improved comfort
- Waterproof backing for protection
- Ideal for protecting beds and chairs
Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?
"Since my treatment I have suffered from mild incontinence. I have found many items to be essential such as incontinence pads and these underpads. They help a lot with making life more comfortable."
Better than Lille!
I really prefer these to the Lille Brand, although you get 10 less in a pack, so you would need to buy them more frequently. Otherwise great value for money. I do not know if the postage was free. whereas they are definitely not if you buy the Lille bed and chair pads.
Wonderful items. They do the job absolutely perfectly. Such a great help and less washing to do. Try them, if required, of course!!
these are just wright, easier to take on holiday and do not take up much room and disposable after use and better than messing up hotel bedding
Brilliant item!!!! I am a carer for an elderly person. These sheets have changed my life. I actually place them on the floor of the cared for persons room as this is where the effect of the water incontinence is worse. Where I used to mop up 3 or 4 times a day I now do the same 2 or 3 times a week!!! Of course these save work as they absorb water that falls on them. Then you just wrap and dispose of them in a black bin bag. But much much more than that is the increase in my inner well being at not having to face this sort of work so frequently. Then when you feel fresh you can execute other tasks more effectively. And at 25 sheets for a fiver well..............they are gift.