Eliminate Odors and Mess from Commode Pails Cleanup
The CareBag Commode Liner tackles these issues easily and practically. Designed for regular commode pails, the liner is a hygienic solution that provides maximum safety conditions for the handling of human waste and improves the working conditions of care providers.
The CareBag Commode Liner is a hermetic bag fitted with a GelMax® super-absorbent gel pad. Simply tear a bag off the roll and place over the commode pail. Using patented gel technology, urine and solid waste is solidified on contact with the active ingredients. It all happens in just a few seconds and each liner can solidify up to 500ml of waste.
Features of CareBag Commode Liner
- Patented super-absorbent gel technology
- Eliminates need to touch feces and urine
- Drawstring closure eliminates odors
- Time saving
- Budget friendly
- Preserves patient dignity
- 20 Bags to a Pack – 18 Packs in a Case
- Winner of th 2013 Caregiver Friendly Award
With the easy close drawstring, the liner is easily closed ready for immediate disposal. The closure reduces the risk of spills and splashes and it also retains any odors. The high performing bag is an excellent solution where there’s a risk of nosocomial disease as any potential infection is trapped inside.
Thanks to the ease of use the CareBag Commode Liner not only makes an unpleasant job more palatable but also saves valuable time. Less effort is spent on the unrewarding task of cleaning bedpans freeing up more time for patient care. It makes a great labor saving device in health care facilities where budget is an issue.
All CareBags products are fully oxy-biodegradable so they can be disposed of in the normal waste.
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1. Open box and unroll the first liner by tearing along the perforated line.
2. Position the liner over the commode pail with the pad laying flat on the bottom.
3. After patient uses bedside commode | bodily fluids turn into gel within seconds.
4. To close: Pull straps tightly and tie a knot. Dispose of the sealed bag in household waste just like for diapers. DO NOT FLUSH.