Thursday, August 27, 2009

Flatulence odor chair pad

Wheelchair pads and fart filter chair cushions have a new design or technology now with Flat-D Chair Pad. Using the same material and technology from their Flatulence Deodorizer, Flat-D has developed a Chair Pad that is very thin and highly effective for removing and absorbing gas odor. Try one today at

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Charcoal underwear or underpants for intestinal gas

Wearing a Flat-D or Flatulence Deodorizer pad is just like wearing activated charcoal underwear. There is no need to wear whole charcoal lined undergarments as they are very expensive and you dont need the charcoal absorbing material on the sides or front of the underwear. You only need a little pad right where the gas comes out. The carbon underwear do have a limited life span and they do decrease effectiveness each time they are washed. Flat-D makes a great pad for removing flatus odor or passing intestinal gas fart smell.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Ostomy odor control - no ostomy smell

Little known fact, Flat-D has developed several ostomy odor products that are good for colostomy and ileostomy patients. All products use our activated charcoal cloth to absorb and remove flatulence smells. These colostomy odor control products have been proven to remove colostomy smells and the associated ballooning. Now patients can have confidence going out in public or traveling without embarrassment. Go to our website for details

Monday, August 17, 2009

Flatulence Treatment- activated charcoal

Flat-D makes a simple non-medicinal flatulence treatment. The Flatulence Deodorizer is an activated charcoal cloth pad that is placed in the underwear next to the buttocks. When gas is passed thru the pad - it absorbs the odor. We are humans, we will pass gas, so no need to take activated charcoal orally. If you take it as medicine then it will have an effect on your other medications as it is known to absorb whatever it can.
So just use our simple activated charcoal cloth pad to absorb those embarrassing odors.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Flatulence Etiquette by Flat-D

Flat-D found this foreign article about flatulence etiquette. As you know we are for good etiquette by promoting our Flatulence Deodorizer product. If everyone would wear our product then we would have a better world to live in. We would not have problems with sitting next to people on an airplane, in church, in meetings, or walking into the bosses office.

The other week, I came out of the newsroom to find my colleague leaping out of the lift in a hell of a hurry.
This in itself does not seem unusual except that he had departed just moments before me, with the intention of going home.
He turned to me and said "I’m waiting for the next lift. Someone has farted in that one and I don’t want to be blamed for it by the person waiting at the bottom."
Conceding he had a fair point, I waited for the next lift too.
Now, I’m no Miss Manners, but surely etiquette would suggest suspension of any farting in the lift, given its confined space and lack of ventilation. Unless the lift is incredibly slow, surely you can wait a few floors?
There’s certainly etiquette around flatulence and running. In every group I’ve ever run with, the situation seems to be: just ignore it. The person who farted never apologises and everyone else pretends to have gone momentarily deaf.
I guess it’s based on the knowledge that we’re all at risk of it happening . Running seems to put pressure on the digestive system which appears to, er, encourage movement.
In the grand scheme of things, there are many things worse than runner’s trots. However, in terms of an event or training, it’s pretty much as bad as it gets. This nasty affliction, which is exactly what the name suggests, is the very reason one should never, ever eat anything new the day of, or even the day before, a race.
I know of one runner who only got as far as the first toilet in a half marathon because of a crab curry the night before.
I had an unfortunate experience in my early days of events, before I was experienced enough to know better, involving a nutrition bar and club triathlon. That goes down in my memory as worst race ever.
Most people who have been doing crazy recreational activities long enough seem to have horror stories. Which become amusing once enough time has passed to get some perspective. Before that, not so much.
Purely in the interests of being on the safe side, I think I know the location of every public toilet in the Wellington region.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Odorless body bags by Flat-D

Flat-D gets involved with a lot of crazy odor control applications. The latest is an odorless body bag using our activated charcoal cloth material. They are also called corpse pouch. Evidently when and if a body is found out in the woods or in a home after several days the body decomposition has started and has a bad odor. So evidently the standard body bags do not contain the odor. So Flat-D has developed an overbag for a standard body bag. It will completely envelope a body bag so the odors do not get out. So if you have a smelly corpse be it human or any animal- let us know, we can make a custom product for you.