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Best Vomit Bags for Your Business

There are a surprising number of businesses and industries where vomiting is a common occurrence.


Did you know that many surgical center patients experience Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting (PONV) after surgery? Typically occurring within the first 24 hours post-surgery, around 20-30 percent of patients find themselves vomiting, while approximately 50 percent of patients experience nausea after being discharged. But medicine is just the beginning when it comes to “customer nausea.”


For example, air travel or water activities can be a nightmare for the estimated 1 in 3 people who are susceptible to motion sickness. Your customers deserve better than a flimsy paper bag — as do the other folks around them! 


By providing proper sick bags for customers and clients, you avoid problems like medical professionals wasting their valuable time cleaning up vomit or spoiling an outing for an entire group with a leaky, stinky mess.


When choosing a sick bag for your business, there a several factors to consider:


Durability. Will the bag hold up?

This is probably the most important requirement! You’ll want a sturdy bag that’s both waterproof and leak-proof.


Simplicity. Is the bag easy to use?

A bag needs to be easy to use in a hurry. The last thing a person wants to worry about is whether or not they can even break into their sick bag when the urge hits. 


Volume. What is the bag’s capacity?

You’ll want to be sure that your bags aren’t at risk of overflowing. Quality vomit bags usually hold 500 or more ml of liquid.


Security. How easily does it close, and will it stay closed?

If you have a bag with a poor seal, you risk making a mess and exposing germs (not to mention the smell factor).

When it comes to your vomit bags, settle for nothing less than a bag built like Fort Knox.


How do I choose?

Now that you’re better informed about what makes a quality nausea bag, how will you know which one to get? We’ve compiled a short list of affordable vomit bags available on the market.


PukeBag Disposable Vomit Bag

This option is a travel-friendly, cost-effective option that comes in packs of 50.

The mouthpiece makes an easy target, and the bags hold 1500 ml of vomit. The bag has a secure and convenient closure system — just twist the bag and secure the notched ring to prevent leakage.

Durability– 4 stars 

Simplicity– 4 stars 

Volume– 5 stars

Security– 3½ stars

Overall Rating– 4 stars


HealQu Disposable Vomit Bag 

This bag’s ergonomic design is great in an emergency, and it has a 1000 ml capacity. These bags feature a twist and notched-ring closure solution similar to the Pukebag.

Durability– 3 stars 

Simplicity– 4 stars 

Volume– 4½ stars

Security– 3½ stars

Overall Rating– 3½ stars


VNS Creations Disposable Vomit Bag

This bag is actually made of paper but coated with a special leak-resistant polyethylene layer, making it waterproof but less sturdy than its competitors.

These hold up to 2L and feature a simple metal-tab closure system. 

Durability– 2 stars 

Simplicity– 4 stars 

Volume– 5 stars

Security– 2 stars

Overall Rating– 3 stars


Brief Relief Liquid Waste Bag

While those listed above are serviceable options, our money is on the Brief Relief Liquid Waste Bag. It’s not just a bag; it’s actually a bag developed using the same technology as the original WAG Bag.  

WAG (short for “waste alleviation and gelling”) Bags are a convenient, portable, and sanitary solution when you need to contain waste.  

These go far beyond just holding waste. Each bag’s gel-activated technology instantly gels liquid for easy disposal in any normal trash bin.

These bags hold 20 oz of liquid and they’re triple-lined, making them odorless and puncture-proof! Plus, not only do they seal up tight for disposal, these bags can be reopened and resealed if the urge strikes again. No need for a new bag as the contents will re-gel any additional vomit. 

Durability– 5 stars 

Simplicity– 5 stars 

Volume– 4 stars

Security– 5 stars

Overall Rating– 4½ stars


The Choice is Clear

When one of your customers is about to be sick, you want to do everything possible to avoid a messy, smelly leak. This is why Brief Relief’s Liquid Waste Bags are the clear choice. Not all bags are created equal, and quality matters when you’re toting around “delicate” material.  

Brief Relief doesn’t just have a near-perfect satisfaction rate. We’re an industry leader in the innovation of safe, convenient products that allow users to manage waste in a dignified, reliable, and environmentally-friendly way … and all our bags are made in the USA

To learn more about how Brief Relief’s waste bags are providing superior, more sanitary solutions for all, check out our full product line here.