Diaper rash/smell prevention idea.

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So I've had this idea for a long time.

But, why don't they put like Activated Carbon and this stuff like Seachem Purigen in diapers?

Seachem Purigen is made for removing ammonia/nitrite/nitrate and stuff, and it's re-usable. (could work great in a cloth diaper.)

It's all safe, I mean like fish survive in it and stuff.

The Seachem Purigen

Activated carbon would look kinda dirty probably.

I was curious kind of, would people buy diapers with that in it if it worked well and was reasonably priced?

The first time I wore like all-day with a ABDL diaper I got a rash. The main thing is, it could really stop the smell probably (very very well.)

If anyone wants to experiment with that, be my guest and report back! I could probably get a manufacturer to make the product and sell them.

Also, this is technically a claim to intellectual property. © I'm about to go file a patent probably here in a moment to reserve it.

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Well that IS a good idea. Though I'm not sure it would be usefull for manfacturers OR anyone diaper dependent. Most any 24/7 user, and especially those with bowel incontinence, are not going to want to wear a diaper for 24 hours. Not only will the diaper swell insanely thick, but having a messy diaper on for more than even 1 hour is a bad idea.

That said, I myself have gone 24 hours in just one diaper (Betterdry/Crinklz). Intersstingly enough, I find having a diaper this capable is actually required for my overnight side sleeping and heavy wetting. Smells and rashes aside though, having a diaper weight that much, and sag that much thoughout the day just isn't sustainable in the long run. I personally prefer to not leak overnight, and still change in the morning even though the back half of my diaper is nowhere near used.
 

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Well that IS a good idea. Though I'm not sure it would be usefull for manfacturers OR anyone diaper dependent. Most any 24/7 user, and especially those with bowel incontinence, are not going to want to wear a diaper for 24 hours. Not only will the diaper swell insanely thick, but having a messy diaper on for more than even 1 hour is a bad idea.

That said, I myself have gone 24 hours in just one diaper (Betterdry/Crinklz). Intersstingly enough, I find having a diaper this capable is actually required for my overnight side sleeping and heavy wetting. Smells and rashes aside though, having a diaper weight that much, and sag that much thoughout the day just isn't sustainable in the long run. I personally prefer to not leak overnight, and still change in the morning even though the back half of my diaper is nowhere near used.

I know what you mean, but, I've walked through walmart only-wet and had people give me funny looks and noises >.<
 

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Whats the best to use for a rash that won't go away? Been a week now and not much better.
 

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A little off topic but.. Get yourself a tube of athlete’s foot cream, an anti fungal is whats needed, but only get one containing the active ingredient clotrimizole, the Tinactin won’t do it
 

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A little off topic but.. Get yourself a tube of athlete’s foot cream, an anti fungal is whats needed, but only get one containing the active ingredient clotrimizole, the Tinactin won’t do it

Thanks
 
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