I had the idea of buying a roll of glow-in-the-dark plastic sticky tape which cost £1 on the internet and came [from China!] in just a few days. I put a ring of it around the neck of the pee bottle and a strip along the handle. This makes it much easier for him to find at night when he wakes up frequently needing it [fuse too short to get to the loo] after the latest insertion of a catheter for BCG/Mitomycin/Cysto/TURBT. If it can avoid the light being turned on it means much better sleep for the partner, we all need the best sleep we can get when going through this. You may well think of other uses for this too, I've put some on each side of my mobile phone.
I wish I'd thought of that in my early days with neo when I had to do measuring output at night. I hated having to turn on the light but did manage to find a battery powered night light to use.
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