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FatherDaughter_shutterstock_1195917298Let's face it, incontinence is inconvenient at best and challenging to manage at worst. When you are caring for someone living with dementia, accidents that can drench a bed or even furniture do happen. Then - well, how do you get rid of the smell of urine? 

You'll find some tips on the Egosancares blog - many of which came from caregivers like you: 

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