Recently, a full 1.3 years since surgery I was in a hotel where the blow dryer didnt work and "had" to use a towel rather than a blow dryer to dry the cloth covering over my pouch (I use hollister 2 piece transparent pouches exclusively, so the cloth is only on the back side), as well as the cloth material on the outside of the wafer's outer adhesive. Well, rubbing it / dabbing it with a thick dry towel drys it all very fast, in 20 s or so, much faster than the couple minutes a good blow dryer normally takes me. (a weak blow dryer can take even longer). One can still blow dry to make it bone dry, but the towel dab/rub seems to remove about
80% of the moisture in seconds, at least on the thin hollister cloth, which is there purely for cosmetic reasons really, so if you use a blow dryer to dry your pouch, you'll greatly speed up the drying by giving it a good rub/dab with an absorbent towel first. I am just posting this because I found it funny that I took so long to discover this lol.
Post Edited (Probiotic) : 10/8/2014 12:06:12 PM (GMT-6)