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How to Put on Incontinence Wheelchair Covers

May 03, 2022

How to Put on Incontinence Wheelchair Covers

How to Put on Incontinence Wheelchair Covers

The stains and odors that urine leaves behind are unpleasant,  unmistakable, and incredibly difficult to remove. Even those who clean thoroughly with the strongest products often report a residual stain or lasting odor. 

For those who suffer from incontinence, or their friends and loved ones, urine stains and odors can become a real issue. Furniture of all types, including mattresses, couches, and seats can be damaged beyond repair.

Protection with Wheelchair Covers

Many who suffer from incontinence are elderly or infirmed and as such use a wheelchair for mobility. Purchasing a wheelchair is an investment in independence and self-esteem. While they can be costly, to those who use them they are invaluable. Understanding that to be true, protecting them with a wheelchair cover is a wise decision. 

This specialized product are designed to offer complete protection from incontinence accidents. The heavily absorbent and quilted fabric is available in jet black - its understated appearance does not draw attention, it simply looks as if it is part of the chair itself.  Additionally, these covers come in both medium and large in order to fit a host of wheelchair sizes. The protection the covers provide is unmatched; and, undoubtedly, they can help those who suffer from incontinence live a more comfortable and private life.

Wheelchair Covers Are Easy To Use

We all know that incontinence is unpredictable. Accidents will occur and they must be managed. Perhaps the most advantageous of the features of these covers is how quickly and easily they can be put on and taken off wheelchairs of all sizes. They simply slide over the seat, providing complete and total protection. 

When necessary, the cover can simply be removed and then washed and dried, either in your machines at home or in a commercial facility. The fabric is commercial grade, shrink resistant, and environmentally friendly. Thus, they can be removed, washed, dried, and put back on time and time again. 

For those who have relied upon expensive single-use wheelchair protection covers, like chair pads and blue chux pads, waterproof wheelchair seat covers are truly life-changing. The protection they provide is unmatched, they are easy to put on and remove and they vastly improve the lives of those who use them.

Imagine not having to worry about ruining your expensive wheelchair, or being embarrassed by others seeing the temporary protection pads that practically advertise your incontinence. Invest in a wheelchair seat cover (or two)  and safeguard both the chair and the dignity of the person who uses it.


AT LIQUAGUARD® WE UNDERSTAND THAT INCONTINENCE CAN BE FRUSTRATING AND EMBARRASSING. WE RECOGNIZE HOW DIFFICULT IT CAN BE TO MANAGE, BOTH PHYSICALLY AND EMOTIONALLY. WE ARE PROUD TO SUPPLY A BROAD RANGE OF PRODUCTS, INCLUDING WHEELCHAIR COVERS,  TO MAKE LIVING WITH INCONTINENCE A LITTLE BIT EASIER.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO SEE OUR COMPLETE INVENTORY. AND, CALL US WITH QUESTIONS. WE LOOK FORWARD TO HELPING YOU FIND THE BEST PRODUCTS FOR YOUR NEEDS. WE CAN HELP IMPROVE YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE.







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