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Thread: I have bought medium+large knielange Hose PVC and they both created a hole

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    Default I have bought medium+large knielange Hose PVC and they both created a hole

    I have bought these plastic pants on the (save express - shopware - ) website:



    Artikelnr. 9603.
    knielange Hose PVC.
    Körpergröbe:
    Medium + Large.
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    The medium size created a small hole in the middle on the back side.
    So i took it off me and thrown it into the trash.



    And then i tried to use the large size of it to see what happens with it when
    i pee into my (tena slip plus large) diaper.


    And guess what.
    The large size of my (knielange Hose PVC) plastic pants created a small hole in the bottom of it.



    And the urine escaped through that small hole when i was lying on the bed.
    And then i had to go up from the bed and then stand up and take off the plastic pants + the diaper.

    And then i put toilet paper on the bed where plastic pants leaked and then i poured water there for it to not stink and then i added more toilet paper there for it to be dried into the toilet paper.

    And then i had to thrown them all into the trash because they broke because the (knielange Hose PVC) is of very bad quality.


    And they each cost about 33 euros.

    And now i have lost around 66 euros.



    And i don't think the untested XL size of this (knielange Hose PVC) plastic pants is going to be used without it breaking by itself by simply creating a hole where urine leakage can happen when i put it in me and use it the way it's intended to stop urine leakage that the diaper can't stop.



    I am out of luck with this (knielange Hose PVC) plastic pants.
    And now i am very disappointed because i wasted money on plastic pants that creates a hole once i put them on me.

    The (knielange Hose PVC) plastic pants will not keep the bed dry because it creates a hole where the urine leakage happens.

    And now the bed gets a little wet because the (knielange Hose PVC) plastic pants is of very bad quality.

    They will break in one place once they are pulled on.
    Which creates a small single hole that makes them not waterproof.


    The first time i used them.
    They each created a small hole.

    The large (knielange Hose PVC) plastic pants created not a small hole in the same place as the medium size of it.

    But both of them are of no usage anymore = money burned.

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    They do make disposable and reusable bed pads to keep your bed dry aswell as rubber coated cotton and vinyl sheets. You could also double diaper or simply add a booster to the outside between your diaper and pants. As an incontinent being in bed without protecting the bed makes as much sense to me as going "commando" . Always be overly prepared and you will seldom be disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetra View Post
    You could also double diaper or simply add a booster to the outside between your diaper and pants.
    Does not a (duct tape) help to repair broken plastic pants?

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    Always do some critical checking of your stuff before wearing. You like to wear them extremely wet, fine, but then check them first. There is always a chance of small holes due to the way how they are 'welded' together at the seems. There is some soft-PVC glue out there, so you are able to repair the pants. Don't throw them away, but enjoy them with a little bit of good care.
    Hopefully my tips help you out a little.
    BTW, Save Express is one of the best shops out there for us AB/DL. Their prices are decent and they have a lot. Oh, allow me to say that I am not related to them. I am just a DL consuming & wearing stuff that I buy mostly from them…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adidas View Post
    There is some soft-PVC glue out there, so you are able to repair the pants
    I didn't knew that.



    Quote Originally Posted by Adidas View Post
    Don't throw them away.
    I will buy new ones instead.

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    Babykins for a small fee sells pants repair kits with everything needed to repair any plastic vinyl or rubber pants products made by any company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetra View Post
    Babykins for a small fee sells pants repair kits with everything needed to repair any plastic vinyl or rubber pants products made by any company.
    This?

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