alternative to Liberator's Fascinator throe?

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alternative to Liberator's Fascinator throe?

DreamyLove DreamyLove
A friend of mine is looking for something that could be used as a less expensive alternative to the Fascinator throe since she's a college student on a budget and squirts up a storm. Does anyone have any ideas besides stacks of towels or a vinyl mattress cover?

Thanks!
01/26/2009
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Epiphora Epiphora
I don't know of any alternative, unfortunately. I can report, however, that it is nearly worth the money. I've never had my squirt soak through to the other side of it. It's also very thin so it's non-obtrusive.
01/27/2009
Liz2 Liz2
I am a fan of the Throe, yes I know it is expensive but so are washing machines for a college kid to wash all those soiled towels. It is thin, so easy to care for, sexy looking and great for using over furniture to avoid embarrassing stains.
I have a mental image of someone with an ultra violet light seeing bodily fluid stains all over my place, most of which predate my Throe..
01/27/2009
Oggins Oggins
Well, I do have a suggestion but, I'm not sure you want to hear it. You see, I am currently potty training my toddler and I have ran across these absorbent pads that you can lay down under your toddler at night for bed wetters. While it is intended for bed wetters, I don't see why it couldn't be used for this type of activity too. After all, it's just a washable pad....
01/27/2009
Oggins Oggins
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Originally posted by Oggins
Well, I do have a suggestion but, I'm not sure you want to hear it. You see, I am currently potty training my toddler and I have ran across these absorbent pads that you can lay down under your toddler at night for bed wetters. While it is ...
They are really similar to this: link

I know, I know....not nearly as luxurious as the fascinator throe but, it's cheaper too.... It's just an idea anyway.
01/27/2009
CaptainBunnyKilla CaptainBunnyKilla
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Originally posted by Oggins
They are really similar to this: link

I know, I know....not nearly as luxurious as the fascinator throe but, it's cheaper too.... It's just an idea anyway.
Oggins, I think that's a fantastic idea!
01/27/2009
Snappy Snappy
I'm getting a Loyale Pomeroy Throw and will let you know how well it works.link
01/27/2009
Beautiful Dreamer Beautiful Dreamer
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Originally posted by Oggins
They are really similar to this: link

I know, I know....not nearly as luxurious as the fascinator throe but, it's cheaper too.... It's just an idea anyway.
They use those in the hospital. Pretty much every patient gets one- mostly because they make fabulous lift sheets (moving the patient up in the bed, or on their side).
I can promise you, they work VERY well.
01/28/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Oggins
They are really similar to this: link

I know, I know....not nearly as luxurious as the fascinator throe but, it's cheaper too.... It's just an idea anyway.
That is an awesome recommendation!
01/28/2009
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
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Originally posted by Snappy
I'm getting a Loyale Pomeroy Throw and will let you know how well it works.link
No offense, but I think the idea was to find a less expensive alternative.
01/28/2009
Snappy Snappy
Yeah, I missed the point there. Sorry. I also have a Patagonia Synchilla throw ($35+shipping) which is nice and warm, light, and absorbent.
01/31/2009
Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady
Just ran across this thread.

The Neat Sheet + 1 towel is an option. link
06/23/2009
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