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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
last longer than other brands like this
About Me Medical Professional, Regular User
Comments about Waterproof Incontinence Underpants - 3 Pair:
These are not leak proof with my husband but think they stop the mess a bit This brand holds up better than another I have used. Watching how long they last till have to throw. Will keep using for now.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great value. If you need extra security for your incontinence then these will work. I have e,trash security with them.
from West Concord MA
About Me Regular User
They are sent to me on a regular repeating basis a little more often than I need them so I am building up a supply
`The underpants did not fit well. the leg hole was too small
By no nickname
from wheaton, MD
About Me First Time User
The pants only fit slender women
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Richmond, VA
This product is wonderful.
Recently the sizing seems off. The large see3med smaller--this coincided with the new lighterweight product, which is nice. The con is that you must handle them with care or they tear. Customer service was terrific.
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
By love wearing plastic pants
from sandego ca.
people do this. fix that problem 1st. go to wall mart. get 2 or 3 tubes of plastic glue, by kwik lock. I think. purple tube. get old shower curtains. or thin clear plastic from fabric store. use only vinyl, not the new veva stuff. wont stick, like the new gerber plastic paints. glue wont stick to that stuff. glue new plastic on the seems from tearing. stretch your new plastic paints on cardboard or a board. use wide clips to hold down. I use clear tape on the top of the plastic paints. the rubber band tends to brake at the top @ bottom. super glue new elastic to the rubber band. this will fix the tear. add new plastic to the tears. dries fast. so rehab your plastic pants, don't cry. the 1 with disable daughter. try making them smaller yourself. does any 1 know what kind of glue works on veva plastic? super glue works ok. what about modle glue. I have made my own plastic pants too. hope these hints helps everone. so try it.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
I was very satisfied with this item
from Fort <yers, Fl.
About Me First Time User, Will Become Regular User
No negatives. Offers great extra protection and peace if mind.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
I would never buy this product again
By don't have a nickname
from New Berlin WI
they are not worth the money. The first time I used them they tore so, I ordered a larger size thinking that would solve the problem. The larger size tore while I was wearing them and when I pulled them up.
If you need them, purchase them.
They never leak as long as dippers are worn under them, long lasting when properly cared for. Wash and hang dry works the best, purchasing the right size is very important. The elastic around the leg area will feel best if powder is applied to the tops of legs. They feel fine under your clothing, if they start getting a little noisy I would suggest starting a new pair, after all the price is something you can easily afford. Remember as long as you wear dippers under the plastic panties you can trust them.