I' am incontinent, and as I will not leave the house this weekend, I put a diaper today, Friday, and only intend to change on Sunday. I think with a plastic pants I'll get. How long you have stayed in a wet diaper?
I wear 24/7, close to 1/2 of that is using. I practically always wake up wet, sometimes having gotten started less than an hour after going to bed. (I never go to bed in a wet diaper, always change into something thick before bed) So my longer runs all average around 8-10 hrs, as I tend to change shortly after getting up in the morning. No sense in provoking my skin.
I think about 24 hours was my record. I tried double diapers with two really thick ones and had a day free, so I just stayed in them until I reached capacity. Ended up being one full night and the entire next day, changed and showered before bed the next night. So 24 hours wet. It was fun, but was definitely starting to feel too long at the end.
I average 6-12 hours. The longest I've gone is something like 18. I always wet to capacity. Anything longer than 6-8 hours wet and I start to get a rash. 24 hours in a diaper is one thing. But 60+.... Is unhealthy and asking for extreme rash or worse like a bladder infection.
I've been in a diaper for 24 hours after wetting, but it wasn't very pleasant.
Much depends on the brand of diaper, but usually 8-10 hours after my first wetting, the diaper starts to smell really funky and my skin feels itchy.
Again, that depends on the diaper. I've been in this Rearz Spoiled all day today, and I still feel dry.
I usually change my wet cloth diaper when I get up in the morning and again right before or after lunch. If I wear my wet diaper that amount of time without changing, I end up with a serious diaper rash.
Longest I have been in one is 26 hours. It was my first time wearing a Fabine Exklusiv (Christmas print) and wanted to push it to see just how much it would hold. So I only changed out of it when I started leaking. Turns out that wasn't a sensible idea, especially with no cream or powder as there was quite a lot of skin irritation afterwards.