To ensure any urine leaking from your nightbag and spilling on to the floor, put your stand or catheter bag in a basket to contain the leak.
If you have a blockage in your leg bag (NOT your catheter pipe itself) you could try squirting a syringe of sparkling water or sprite in the bag’s port.
When taping your catheter to your leg, try using sports tape instead of medical as it’s kinder to skin.
When preparing your skin for your next statlock (if you use them) use Vaseline to remove the adhesive residue around the site, let it sit and then pull it off.
Don’t bother buying expensive potty training / mattress pads – use puppy mats instead, they are cheaper and more absorbent!
Have a separate bin in your kitchen or bathroom for your catheter waste, the council should supply you with bags and arrange a weekly collection. If you mix catheter waste with black bag waste it’ll build up faster and stink out your house.
Drink a litre of warm sparkling. water with lemon in the morning to flush through any sediment that’s collected in your pipe overnight.
After you’ve had your catheter changed, particularly with a superpubic, apply some Aloe Vera gel mixed with Vaseline (kept cool in the fridge) around the inflamed area to soothe any redness and create a homemade barrier cream so that your waistband doesn’t irritate it further.