Adult Pull-Up Style

Adult pull-up underwear-style diapers are often referred to as disposable or protective underwear and feature an absorbent lining with elastic around waist and legs to contain leaks. Pull-ups function like regular underwear with added absorbent lining and often added leak guards around the leg openings. Soft, comfortable elastic waistbands provide secure fit for those needing added protection for bladder or bowel leaks. Typical protection lasts up to 8 hours and can be used for day or night to reduce changes and minimize laundry. Note: Pull-ups may leak more than tab-style briefs at night for side sleepers.

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How to Correctly Insert a Booster Pad into Tab-Style Briefs and Pull-Ons

Learn how to properly insert a booster pad in a tab-style brief and absorbent underwear.

Typically you want the booster to be the same size or smaller than the brief or pull-on that you are using. It is important to make sure the booster pad is within the leak guards. If you use booster pads that are too big, they will run over the leak guards which opens the door to leakage. The booster pad should sit nicely between the leak guards, in the core of the tab-style brief or pull-on.

If you are unsure of which size booster is right for you, request a free booster sample on our online sample form or speak with a care expert at (800) 563-0161.

Shop NorthShore Booster Pads

Learn how to properly insert a booster pad in a tab-style brief and absorbent underwear.

Typically you want the booster to be the same size or smaller than the brief or pull-on that you are using. It is important to make sure the booster pad is within the leak guards. If you use booster pads that are too big, they will run over the leak guards which opens the door to leakage. The booster pad should sit nicely between the leak guards, in the core of the tab-style brief or pull-on.

If you are unsure of which size booster is right for you, request a free booster sample on our online sample form or speak with a care expert at (800) 563-0161.

Shop NorthShore Booster Pads

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