Diaper Messing Faq'S
Posted 17 August 2011 - 12:49 AM
Most of these can also apply for underwear and plasticpants pooping.
Firstly, there are some things about messing (or any act with poop) that need to be considered when doing anything with it.
1) Softer poop is messier. You will find it can and will stick to practically anything and thoroughly stain it.
2) The smell of poop has the penetrative qualities of a .50cal bullet. It takes a considerable container to contain the smell. Double, or even triple bagging the diaper for disposal usually isn't enough. It also sticks to everything and is extremely difficult to remove. When wearing a dirty diaper whatever you sit on will stink, the room you're will stink, if you go to bed the blankets will stink, etc etc.
1) "What is the best way to cleanup after messing?"
Unless your establishment is equipped with a bidet, one of the best ways of cleaning ones bottom is to use a shower with a detachable head. (The ones with the long hose). Use with good soap and warm water. Pre-cleaning with a baby-wipe might be beneficial. Avoid using materials such as towels and cloths. The smell/poop will stick to it like glue and be difficult to remove. Most likely you won't be able to use that towel for anything else after cleaning with it.
2) "How do I remove smells?"
You don't. If the smell is on a fabric such as carpet you may be able to get it out using some tough cleaners. If it is on skin, however, such cleaners are not an option. I've personally tried many chemicals and found none of them work. The most assured way of removing the smell is simply to let it fade away naturally. Just air it out and wait. If it's an issue, you can cover it up with deodorant or other such items. Open windows and turn on fans which can circulate the air but avoid opening doors which can let the smell travel to other parts of the house. - Infernus recommends citrus shower gels, real lemon and orange shower gels to remove the smell from skin.
3) "I'm unable to mess my diaper. I just cannot do it"
This is what potty-training does to you. It puts a mental block in the way when you try to defecate outside of the bathroom. This is an issue quite a few people experience and there is really no assured way to get around it. One of the ways that may help is to sit on the toilet with the diaper on and try and mess like that. It will hopefully feel more natural and make it easier to go. Do this when you are relaxed and have lots of time for cleaning up. Don't rush yourself.
4) "Will I get a rash?"
There is no certain answer to this. Everyone has a different body and they will respond differently to a messy diaper. So many things factor in here that can change things. Everything from diaper type, creams, powders, and consistency of poop can alter this. However, many users have reported getting rashes from staying in messy diapers too long. You'll need to know your limits and what products will work and won't work for you. - User Rihanna recommends Desitin and/or Vaseline to help combat rash. - DLHOOPZ recommends Anti-Monkey Butt powder (which is is not a lie, that is it's name!)
5) "What about enemas?"
Enemas are a fun way to make a large mess very quickly. Regardless of what you are using your enema for, there are some things you must consider. Firstly, overuse of enemas can cause dependence on them for proper bowel function. Secondly, improperly used or cheaply made enemas can actually damage the extremely soft tissue inside the rectum. As for fluids, try to keep things non-chemical. Avoid soaps other such things as they can and will irritate the heck out of your insides and possibly cause damage. Stick with things like water and glycerin. It is also worth noting that using either enemas or suppositories can leave a lasting effect. Meaning you better keep your diaper on for a bit as the aftermath may be messy. (Involuntary messes and/or leaks)
6) "What about laxatives?"
Unless you're suffering from constipation or other medical problems, you should avoid using these for recreational purposes. They can cause dependency very quickly and some are very harsh on your internal organs. Safer alternatives include things such as glycerin suppositories which can provide explosive results. Another good alternative is natural fiber and prunes. -Diapered Jason advises against using magnesium citrate laxatives and recommends disposable enemas as they are more gentle.
7) "What do I do with my dirty diapers?"
You need to get them out of the house ASAP. Containing the smell is extremely difficult so it is best to remove them as soon as possible. How you do this depends largely on the facilities you have around you. If you live in an apartment then your local dumpster is a good bet and if you live in a house then you need to get them outside.
8) "My poop is too soft/firm"
This is a question that has popped up a few times. This one is simple to answer. Softer poop is generally healthier and easier to pass. Firmer poop can lead to constipation and other problems. You can usually achieve a good balance between the two if you keep your fiber intake good. Exercise can also get things "moving" very quickly.
9) "Is it possible to mess without actually pooping?"
Many diaper wearers like the feeling of a messy diaper but cannot stand other aspects of it such as the smell or cleanup. One common technique to replicate a mess is to load up ones diaper with warm oatmeal and another is to use spaghetti. The consistency of oatmeal can be varied depending on how you make/cook it, so it makes an appealing alternative.
10) "What does it feel like?"
It's not really describable. You'll have to try it to experience it. This will also be a good test of whether you want to do it again in the future. If you are interested in the idea but still put off by the poop itself and/or the cleanup then refer to #9.
11) "Can I use baby diapers for messing?"
You can certainty try, but I don't think you will have much luck in this department. Adults are a lot bigger than babies, and they also poop quite a lot more than babies. Even if you do manage to squeeze yourself into a baby diaper, you probably won't have any room for poop in the back. Even if your poop is mostly liquid it'll probably leak out.
12) "How long should I stay in a messy diaper?"
This totally depends on how easily you develop rashes. You need to find out the limits of your body and work within that. Another thing to consider is the longer you stay in a dirty diaper the more things around you are going to stink. If this is something you don't want, it's best to keep the time you spend in the diaper to a shorter extent.
13) "How long is it possible to stay in a messy diaper as a female?"
Like some of the other questions, this one depends on the persons body. However, it is worth noting that the female body not only has a larger orifice but it is also closer to the anus. (Hopefully you already know this). There are risks of fecal bacteria entering the vaginal opening and also entering the urethra. Remember that females are something like 2x more likely to get a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) than males because of this, simply from improper wiping - so imagine what a messy diaper might do. That being said, I have seen no reports of issues from female diaper-messers on this forum yet but that doesn't mean you cannot/won't get it. If you're worried, use a barrier cream.
Keep in mind I only wear disposable diapers and I don't use creams or powders. So there is obviously things I missed entirely. Please don't hesitate to provide info which I missed and I will gladly add it.
The questions here are ones that I've seen asked previously and/or have asked frequently by other users. I will be adding more as time goes and please feel free to ask some here and provide input. Other users can contribute both questions and answers and I will add both to this post. I'll be adding user-based recommendations in blue text.
Posted 17 August 2011 - 02:32 AM
As you said, everyone differs.
I found I have to completely coat my bottom w/Desitin baby cream or Vaseline before diapering up for a week or so. Yes, I've been in wet & messy diapers for almost a week. Just got out of four days wear because I didn't use enough rash cream and was starting to "hurt."
Best way to clean up is a shower, although if I've worn to long, the diaper rash is another pain to deal with. Water hurts, but the soap soothes it.
Posted 17 August 2011 - 10:40 AM
Posted 17 August 2011 - 03:35 PM
Posted 17 August 2011 - 04:30 PM
Another interesting thing, my skin near my genitals seems to be very resistive to rash, so I hardly ever get diaper rash (important note: the longest I have worn the same diaper is 24 hours). Any rash has been very minor at best. The one time I actually got a diaper rash is when the urine climbed all the way up the back of my diaper reaching my back. My lower back itched for a few days, but I always have Desitin standing by.
Posted 17 August 2011 - 06:13 PM
I know this is unanswerable per se, but the most common question I always see is "What does if feel like?" The common answer is "Try it and see"
Posted 18 August 2011 - 10:42 AM
Pretty good analysis and good resource.
I thought it would be a good idea to take all the questions which frequently pop up in this section and stick them in one place. Therefore all the questions here are ones that have been asked previously, I did not make them up.
Posted 18 August 2011 - 02:25 PM
Also Menthol shower gels i find are good, specially if you let it soak before you rinse.
Posted 18 August 2011 - 09:51 PM
Posted 19 August 2011 - 08:15 AM
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Posted 21 August 2011 - 06:08 PM
Interesting, I use Selsun Blue for cleaning my hair as well as my skin in the shower as it contains selenium disulfide, an anti-fungal, but I always use it. The other shampoos do not go far enough in combating dandruff, plus I have the added bonus of preventing skin infections such as athlete's foot and ringworm.
I suppose this would apply to any anti-dandruff shampoo then?
Posted 22 August 2011 - 02:33 PM
Well, any that contain about 1% selenium disulfide.
I suppose this would apply to any anti-dandruff shampoo then?
Posted 27 August 2011 - 09:20 AM
Posted 28 August 2011 - 02:45 PM
1) Since I wear cloth diapers, they have to be washed. Bad because this means the cleanup takes several hours, but good because I don't have poopy disposables that sit in the trash can for days on end.
So I have what I've come to call a "Three Phase Cleanup". This begins as soon as I finish having fun (wink wink) in my wet, poopy diapers.
I do it in the shower stall (good because this confines the mess to a small, easily cleaned area). I have installed a handheld shower head (absolutely necessary!).
Phase 1 - I go into the shower and first, with the shower head, spray all of the excess poop off of the diapers. I then wring them out and lay them on a towel on the bathroom floor.
Phase 2 - I then use the shower head to clean all of the poop off of me.
Phase 3 - I then take my shower and as I'm doing so, rinse the poop toward the drain and mash it through the shower strainer. When done, I'm clean and so is the shower.
When done, the diapers go in the washer / dryer. Often I will also clean the shower with Tile-X. The strong chlorine smell completely covers up the smell of poop in the bathroom.
3) By the time I started pooping in my diapers, I'd already been a "pee only" ABDL for 20 years so it wasn't hard to just let go. But being full of beer helped.
5) Enemas only work to make a large mess if you eat a lot and your digestive system is full. Otherwise, it's all water. Tried this a few times and it didn't do anything for me, personally.
6) Laxatives can mess up your digestive system and are not to be abused! But you can use fiber (like Metamucil). If I'm planning on having a fun morning in poopy diapers, I start planning the day before and eat a big breakfast (with a dose of Metamucil halfway through). Often I eat a couple of steak / sausage / egg biscuits from McDonalds (or wherever). Then for lunch and dinner, same thing. Include lots of meat and veggies (and chew everything well) and add in the Metamucil. Also drink lots of fluids throughout the day. Then go to bed in your diapers and wet them all night, Wake up in the morning and enjoy the results.
9) I've read that some people use mashed potatoes. For me? If I'm going to do it, I want the real thing. There is no substitute.
10) It is absolutely the most babyish, nasty, fun feeling in the world. And there are two parts to it: first, there's the feeling of loading your diapers and feeling it spread out all over your butt (and if you're a guy, pressing up against your balls). Then, you get another wonderful sensation after you've done it when you sit down and feel it mash and squish all over everything.
Posted 31 August 2011 - 10:50 PM
Posted 01 September 2011 - 10:13 AM
Theres this powder called Anti-Monkey Butt powder (no lie thats the real name) I find its really good for after clean-up to use have never got a rash while usine it
Posted 11 September 2011 - 01:22 PM
Posted 03 October 2011 - 08:37 AM
DO NOT USE depilatories like Nair etc. Pubic hair is far harder to remove with these than leg hair or under arms like it was intended. The amount of time you need to leave this stuff on to remove the hair is very close to (if not longer than depending on skin type) the amount of time it will take for a chemical burn. YOU DO NOT WANT THIS. If you think diaper rash is bad. Imagine having an open sore over your diaper area. Not a rash but a wound with scabs and puss. Very not fun. Yes i did this years ago. Took a week to heal to a manageable level and the pain and itching was unbearable. The only relief was a cool shower...soap burnt... im just glad i was not working at the time it would be imposable. I spent a week naked on a pad showering 7+ times a day oozing puss.
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