Adult Plastic Pants
Can plastic pants be used for adult urine leakage?
Our high quality, American-made adult plastic pants products by Gary® are the perfect solution when used over adult diapers or adult cloth diapers, especially for heavy urination. There is no better waterproof incontinence protection.
With their generous volume capacity, these adult plastic pants or plastic panties can be worn over thick disposable diapers or cloth diapers to contain any leaks or moisture, especially for incontinence sufferers with heavy night-time bed wetting.
Giving wearers a massive degree of comfort and freedom, these plastic pants products for adults, cloth pants and diapers, as well as diaper pants are designed to fit well. They hug the waist snugly, saving the wearer from all-too-common discomfort.
Our adult plastic panties, cloth diapers, and plastic pants options are also available in different color designs and sizes from extra small to extra large.
Are plastic pants reusable?
Yes, our selection of soft, waterproof plastic pants and panties are reusable and made for adults as well as older children. These products are designed with waterproof side seams that are heat welded for strength and hygienic purposes.
We provide all types of diaper covers, such as pull on and snap on vinyl pants and PUL pants as well.
For guidance and information about incontinence and related topics, browse through our blog pages and learn more about plastic pants, product usage, and incontinence-related issues.
What is important to consider when buying plastic pants?
The most important aspect to consider when choosing adult plastic pants is the size. Make sure to measure both your waist and legs to determine which size will fit best.
Next, choose a plastic pants size where your measurements fall closest in between the lowest and highest numbers. For instance, if you have a 34" waist and a 22" leg, your best fit would be a size medium.
Since the elastics are quite flexible, if you wanted plastic pants with a little extra room, you could go with a size large. If you wanted something a little tighter and with a little less room, you could go with a size small.
Where can I buy plastic pants?
Here at LL Medico, we offer a wide selection and multiple pages of plastic pants products to choose from: full-on, snap-on, enclosed elastic, high back, bloomers and more. This is mostly for personal preference.
- Pull-on vs snap-on plastic pants: Some people like the ability to just pull on their pants, while others, including caregivers, would like the ability to put their pants on more easily when lying down.
- Enclosed elastic plastic pants: The elastic is enclosed in the same material as the pants. Some people prefer this for comfort and non-wicking purposes.
- High back (long waist) plastic pants: These add an additional 3" of height to the pants to give those who need it some extra protection and support.
- Bloomers: These are designed to be worn down to around the knee area for those who prefer that extra protection down the legs.
4 gauge vs. 7 gauge
Most of our colors/patterns are a 4 gauge vinyl. This is a standard thickness and provides the most flexibility and softness. We do offer some colors in a 7 gauge option, which will be thicker and a little harder to the touch.
Once again, this is all based on personal preference. Both vinyls will last just as long as the other and both are extremely durable.
Before plastic pants, rubber pants dominated the incontinence market. But new revolutions in design offered more comfortable options.
Euroflex: a unique urethane material that is both soft and extremely durable. Items made of Euroflex do cost more but last much longer. Please be advised that these are noisier than the regular ones.
Easily pick your choice of plastic plants and cloth diaper options by using the filter tool on the top right of the screen. We have hundreds of pages of adult incontinence items that answer to a wide variety of needs.
As always, if you need more information or any help with choosing the correct plastic pants products for you or a loved one, please contact us via phone (855) 422-4556, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use our live chat. We are always willing and happy to help!
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