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Incontinence is common and treatable

Updated on August 21, 2014

Incontinence does not have to be embarrassing or keep you from doing what you want

There are tons of incontinence products on the market. If you have urinary incontinence there's a product for that, there are incontinence products for night time, day time, pads, briefs, liners, wipes, deodorants and more. What's missing? Well if you have incontinence you already know what it is. Its discreet disposal. For many people wearing incontinence products there is a issue with discarding them when you are out. If you wear products too long you risk leaks, rashes or issues with odor so changing them on time is important. When you use a shared restroom, at work or visiting friends you will need a way to discard your items discreetly, but please, whatever you do, don't flush anything but toilet paper. Whats worse than leaving your item for others to see is accidentally flooding the restroom. Remember all plumbing is not equal and even items that claim to be "flushable" are not usually really "flushable". The best place for all used personal hygiene items is the trash.

Take a look at S.A.C. personal hygiene disposal bags by Golden Group International, Ltd. "GGI". They are white, (don't stand out), opaque, have a drawstring close that will tie the items in to reduce odor and blend in with the regular trash when discarded. And they are really easy to handle, you wont have to search for the edge or wet your fingers to separate the bag to open it. These were designed for ease of use. GGI makes them in boxes of 50 for use at home, office or little packs of (2) that can fit in your pocket for disposal anywhere. The larger box of 50 can be put in a drawer or behind the toilet, in a magazine rack or used with the S.A.C. dispenser that can be mounted on the wall, behind a door for easy reach anytime.

Incontinence disposal bag
Incontinence disposal bag

Living with incontinence every day

Living with incontinence means staying prepared

If you have incontinence staying ahead of it and having what you need is something to get used to if you want to stay active. There are many products to choose from for incontinence but being prepared to change those products where ever you are is just as important. Wearing anything too long can lead to embarrassing odor, leaks or rashes. Take along items to change, clean, deodorize if needed and discard. So many people forget that you may not have a way to discard the items when you are out so that throws your who schedule off. Now you are looking for a way to change this product in a discreet way and go on with your day. Do yourself a favor an look into these really great disposal bags by Golden Group International, Ltd. They make bags in boxes of 50 and even handipacks that contain (2) 16" x 16" bags in each little pack that easily fits in a pocket. The bags have a draw string and are opaque, white and degradable. Perfect for travel and anytime you are out.

If you are a man with incontinence you already know that men's restrooms are deficient in disposal options for you. Ask for S.A.C. disposal bags (S.A.C. DB8010) and dispensers (S.A.C. SD8010) by Golden Group International, Ltd for use in the men's restroom. Everyone should have access to discreet, safe and sanitary disposal options in a public restroom. Millions of people have incontinence and need safe and sanitary disposal. These bags also reduce odor and will greatly reduce the occurrence of people flushing used personal hygiene items making this a solution for both the user and the maintenance staff.

New Amazon incontinence disposal - S.A.C. for Incontinence disposal never flush wipes or other personal hygiene items

S.A.C. DB8010 are adult size incontinence disposal bags. Never be without them. They offer discreet sanitary disposal for all used personal hygiene items. S.A.C. disposal bags are easy to handle, seal in odors, reduce cross contamination and visible waste by closing tight with drawstring tape. Never flush used wipes or any disposable personal hygiene items because it will cause damage to most plumbing and pumps as well as the municipal water treatment facility.

S.A.C. Adult Diaper Disposable Bags 50-Count, Set of 3
S.A.C. Adult Diaper Disposable Bags 50-Count, Set of 3

These bags are very easy to handle and are the perfect size for discreet disposal of incontinence items.

 
Adult Diaper disposal bags - packs
Adult Diaper disposal bags - packs

These little packs of "2" bags are folded very compactly to fit in a pocket or bag for use while out.

 
S.A.C SD8010 22 Gauge Steel Incontinence Disposal Bag Dispenser, 8-1/4" Length x 8-1/4" Width x 2" Height, White
S.A.C SD8010 22 Gauge Steel Incontinence Disposal Bag Dispenser, 8-1/4" Length x 8-1/4" Width x 2" Height, White

This dispenser can be mounted on a wall or behind a door. The S.A.C. box of disposal bags just slides right into the holder. Perfect and easy. Now the bags are readily available when you need them.

 
Baby Diaper Disposal Bags, S.A.C. - Sealable to prevent leaks, 6/PK X 30 Bags(each)
Baby Diaper Disposal Bags, S.A.C. - Sealable to prevent leaks, 6/PK X 30 Bags(each)

S.A.C. DB9030 by Golden Group International, Ltd. Seal with pull off tape to seal in odor and wet items.

 
Sanitary Napkin Disposal Bags pack of 4
Sanitary Napkin Disposal Bags pack of 4

These disposal bags work very well for sanitary wipes and personal hygiene towels. Do not flush any wipes, pads or towels it will clog your toilet use these little discreet bags S.A.C. by Golden Group International

 

Take a look at the S.A.C. Incontinence handipacks SH7052 by Golden Group International. These little packs contain 2 bags. This is the best way to dispose of incontinence items discreetly when you are out. They are available on Amazon or on the Golden Group International website.

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