Aidapt Folding Commode
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Advice for buying a folding commode.
As a folding commode is designed to be portable, the weight of the commode is an important factor to consider before making your purchase. Always check the weight and weight limits before purchasing a commode chair.
Commode toilet chairs are used with a plastic pail/bucket that requires emptying at regular intervals. The commode pail is usually supplied with a lid. This is extremely useful to reduce the risk of spillage when transporting the bucket for emptying.
If the user struggles standing up from a chair, a toilet or seating position, one important thing to consider is whether the commode has arm rests. The arm rests can help the user to push up from a seated position.
One final thing to consider if the user drops/sits down heavily or is transferring from a wheelchair, the commode could move. It is strongly advised that a lightweight commode is placed with the back rest positioned against the wall.
This personal toileting aid is ideal for homes with smaller bathrooms, where a full bidet will not fit. The Portable Bidet is lightweight and can be taken with you if you are staying with friends or f...
Biodegradable Super absorbent pad Easy to use for both commodes and bedpans Reduces odour Hygenic disposal 20 Hygenic Liners 23 x 13cm Large 500ml absorption capacity Commode liners offer a fas...