Sani-Pad™ Disposable Pads

Sani-Pad™ Disposable Pads


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Sani-Pad™ Disposable Pads  ****OUT OF STOCK UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE****

Specifically designed for use with all of Salk’s SaniPant™ styles and other cover ups, Sani-Pad™ Disposable Pads for heavy absorbency adhere easily to the plastic surface of any SaniPant™ and leaves no sticky residue. Our disposable pads feature soft, fluffy filling and a waterproof outer layer.  These convenient and easily disposable pads go anywhere you do. Comfortable and discreet, our pads are so quiet, no one will know when you are wearing one.

  • One size fits all
  • Each pad measures 6” by 18”

Sold by 12 pads per pack.

Additional information

Weight 8 lbs


Absorbency Level


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I am a clinical supervisor in a Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, MD. The Mission for the program called Hopkins ElderPlus is to maintain the frail elderly in the community. Incontinence is a huge problem caregivers and participants struggle with on a daily basis.

The therapy department at Hopkins ElderPlus has used your product consistently for our participants. We have received fabulous feedback from participants who are now able to socialize outside of their home setting because your product gives them the confidence of managing their incontinence as well as caregivers who are grateful for dry bedding.

– Deny