The Disposable Underpads are packaged 50 units / Pack
The dimensions for the underpads disposable are 23" inches x 36" inches (90cm x 60cm). The color is blue.
Waterproof, latex-free, with a soft woven top layer for optimal leak and stain protection.
Multipurpose disposable underpads.
Recommended for people of any age, especially for children, elderly or disabled people suffering from incontinence.
- Elderly people
- Diaper changes
- Pets underpads
Perfect to be used in: chairs, bed, and furniture. Perfect for your dogs training.
High-quality polypropylene to prevent leakage.
Disposable waterproof underpads filled with soft fluff for premium comfort and delicate care for adults and children.
Full protection, perfect size for nighttime use, These anallergic absorbent pee pads for adults are able to soak in up to 1500 ml of liquid.
Whether you’re dealing with the challenges of a loved one’s incontinence or simply life’s little messes, an absorbent disposable underpad can provide the peace-of-mind protection you need. Available in assorted sizes, weights and absorbency levels, underpads ̶ also called chux pads ̶ cover beds, sofas, chairs, wheelchairs, floors and surfaces of all types to protect them from unexpected leaks.
Underpads are also ideal for lining baby’s changing table or the floor around the toilet during toddler potty training. Fluff pads can double as a puppy pee pad. If you’re dealing with incontinence, you’ll want to upgrade to a premium underpad. Gerigentle Ultrasorbs are best-of-the-best, hospital-quality pads made to keep moisture away from fragile skin. If you’ve been frustrated with standard drugstore underpads, these are for you. Find all these pads plus much, much more when you shop our selection now. We also offer convenient bulk quantities so you can always be prepared.
Read on to learn answers to commonly asked questions about disposable underpads.
A disposable underpad is a single-use pad filled with absorbent material that can hold urine, bodily fluids or other liquids. Underpads are frequently placed on hospital beds to absorb urine and other bodily fluids and help keep moisture away from delicate or at-risk skin. While many people think of underpads as only being for incontinence care, they’re actually multipurpose multi-taskers that you can use all around the house. You can use them in the bedroom to protect mattresses and bedding, in the living room to protect chairs and sofas, by the the back doorway as an absorbent mat for shoes, in the nursery to line the changing table pad and even in the bathroom to protect the floor from potty training misses.