Wow, lots of great advice, thanks everyone.
Sarah, I have tried using the hairdryer, it seems to dry the top area of the flange, but when I press down on the sticky flat bit of the flange, there is still a lot of water. When I have had a shower, the water does compromise the seal at times and also the itch can start.
Summerstorm, as I'm still quite new to this, I'm not sure what sure seals are. My district nurse is bringing me Saltz Seals from Secuplast, to try and stop the leakage and itch. I did use them a few weeks ago, they were great, but she has now ordered me the pre cut flanges, I am yet to try those. The seals I used before are round with a round bit in the middle, you can mold them like play dough onto the flange.
Another UC wife, what is Press and Seal saran wrap?
ROF, when you shower do you take the whole flange and bag off, or just the bag, (I know silly question). I have been told to leave the flange on for two to three days, but change the bag daily.
The bag and flange I am using at the moment is by Hollister the two piece.