When traveling abroad on long trips the user prefers to bring as little baggage as possible. For urinary incontinence she only brings a few diaper covers and sanitary pads. Large sanitary pads, without wings, are easily available all over the world, so she does not have to bring many in her luggage and buys more as she needs them.
The plastic diaper covers are no longer available; she has had these for a long time and washes them.
She places the pads so they overlap in the plastic cover and makes sure they are taped (with the regular tape strip) to each other but not to the cover. Depending on the size of the pads she usually places four or six together in the cover.
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The diapers are 100 percent cotton and come in two sizes, infant and large. Riteway also provides plastic diaper covers, which have Velcro fasteners and make it unnecessary to use old-style pins in the diapers. The covers come in four sizes: newborn, small, medium and large. The company makes weekly stops to pick up used diapers and deliver new ones. A plastic hamper is supplied.
Gerber makes plastic diaper covers to go over the cloth training underwear. They can be found at WalMart and Kmart. probably Target too. Usually in the same area as bibs and onsies. I found they fit well over my prefolds but they are a bit inconvebient since they need to be pulled up and down like pants. We used these while potty training for the most part.
I also use Bummies super whisper wraps wich work well but when I used them overnight, I would double the diaper.