As always, succinctly stated. What you say should be packaged inside every box of appliances and wafers that are sold. Anticipation and preparedness the best combination to avoid an uncomfortable and perhaps embarrassing situation.
blow outs are comon for me i carry a duffle bag with change of clothes and waffers bags towel i also have extras in case i blow out again always pack like you are in the woods
I like to carry 3 pre-cut spares, a few wipes and scented rubbish bags in case I have to go change it in the toilet at college...It's a pain but when the worst comes to worst it's what you have to do! I also find that wearing more than 1 t-shirt is quite good. (I like to layer up tank tops with a jumper or sweater and a body warmer). That way if you do leak onto your clothes, there's plenty of layers it has to get through before the stain is visible, and you can lose the first few layers if needs be and no one will notice!
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Like most of the reply's i keep a spare pouch kit in my car along with some spare clothes just for peace of mind. but for the last year i've had no problems even when i go running or weight training.
I have been to the US and many places on the continent, been camping too always take a spare in my handbag just to be safe, I use the disabled toilet if I have to.
I live alone aboard a canal barge which was a wreck done loads of work with a bit of help from my sons, I have laid floors, lots of T&G, plumbing, its not good to have leeks on a boat, loads of painting, there is not a lot I can't do.... so get out there and just go for it don't be a prisoner to your stoma so what if it blows out just blame the dog!!! lol
These kits I carry are small zipper-sealed.... One of them is even the Ford Manual case for my Ranger.
Most of my blowouts have occurred because I ate too soon before going to bed, or because I put off emptying due to obligations.
I would always keep emergency supplies on hand wherever you go. If you know that you have to go out one day or evening be cautious on when and how you eat. Better safe then sorry!