Establishing a restroom routine is important for people with mobility impairments or people who have urinary incontinence.

Managing restroom needs can be difficult for these groups of people, especially in today’s hustle-bustle environment of meetings and long work weeks.

However, it is important for you to take care of your body. Not being able to go to the restroom when you need to can cause health problems and inconveniences.

Sometimes, people with urinary incontinence or people with mobility limitations that prevent them from going to the restroom easily will need to use catheters for proper urinary function. Other times, using a urinal may be sufficient.

Different situations. Different strategies.

Let’s take a look at some of our urinals to help you while you are on the go. The kind of urinal you need will depend on your situation.



If you have urinary incontinence that causes you to leak some throughout the day, the UriBag may be the right urinal for you. You cannot carry traditional urinals around very discreetly, especially if you do not use a wheelchair to get around. The UriBag can fit in your pocket and requires minimal privacy. The UriBag has male and female versions.

Cleanis CareBag Men's Disposable Urinal Bag

Cleanis CareBag Men’s Disposable Urinal Bag

Another urinal that can be carried discreetly in your pocket is the Cleanis CareBag Men’s Disposable Urinal Bag. This hygienic bag contains a super absorbent pad that is specially designed to turn liquid into gel within seconds. The Cleanis CareBag Men’s Disposable Urinal Bag holds 16 ounces and has a drawstring closure for easy disposal.

A urinal that won’t spill

URSEC Spill Proof Men's Urinal

URSEC Spill Proof Men’s Urinal

If you primarily rely on others to help you urinate, spills and messes may occur often. Solve this problem with the URSEC Spill Proof Men’s Urinal. This urinal’s innovative anti-reflux system keeps liquid that goes in from coming back out and causing skin irritations.

Stay clean

No Rinse Bathing Wipes

No Rinse Bathing Wipes

Whichever system you decide on, it’s always handy to have a package of No-Rinse Bathing Wipes around to keep extra clean. They come in extremely useful when the sink in a public restroom is not accessible to wheelchair users.

Everyone deserves the right to relieve themselves when necessary and to do so in a convenient and clean manner. We hope one of these products will come in a handy for you.

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