Monsters and Black Ostomy Bag Cover Duo
Good things come in twos! Enjoy our Monsters print and Black solid elastic ostomy cover duo. You’ll save $5 with this bundle!
Spoonies! Check out our ostomy bag cover that features an adjustable elastic stoma opening. The elastic cover is designed to CINCH tightly around your stoma for a more custom, form-fitting experience to protect your bag from outside elements.
Say goodbye to leaks and stains with an extra layer of security between your ostomy bag and clothing. This cover is made to be lightweight and water-resistant just like the Spoonie Thread covers you already know and love. Sizing is easy to figure out and compatible with all pouch brands!
Need to empty your pouch while you're on-the-go? Our flip-bottom design lets you empty your pouch with the cover on. No fuss, no mess.
- Adjustable elastic opening for the perfect fit, no matter which pouch you use
- Waterproof material prevents leaks and stains
- Bottom flips open for easy emptying
- Please note this product is water resistant but not 100% waterproof
MATERIALS & CARE:
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low
- Do not use bleach or fabric softener
- Do not iron over label
- Scroll to the final images or:
- Click here for the ostomy cover size chart
Measure the width and length of your ostomy pouch (in inches) to find the Pouch Size. If your pouch empties at the bottom, roll it up and/or close the bottom before measuring. Then choose an opening size (diameter in inches) that will fit around the flange of your ostomy pouch.
The easiest way to find the right bag opening size is to place a ruler across the ring and measure at the widest point, as shown. If your bag opening measures 1.5-2.25" choose the Small opening. If your bag opening measures 2.5-4" choose the Large opening.
How to Measure your Ostomy Bag:
How To Put An Ostomy Cover On:
I very much like the Monsters and Black Ostomy Bag Cover Duo. I made a slight modification to mine. I cut a slit about 3/4" on both sides of the main hole. I actually just folded the bag along the center of the main hole and cut these two slips through both the front and back layers of the material so I can still use my appliance belt. I put the cover on first - all the way through to the point the elasticized hole ends up between my baseplate an my bag. Then I "fish" the mounting tabs on the bag through the slits I made and then attach the appliance belt. It adds a little extra level of security.