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Score: 10.0/10  [1 review]
5 out of 5
ProdID: 3579 - DryLife Absorbent Bed Liners
Brand: DryLife Absorbent Bed Liners

DryLife Absorbent Bed Liners
Price:
from $49.95
Available:
http://www.drylife.co.nz/shop

DryLife Absorbent Bed Liners product reviews

You've finally sorted toilet training during the day, but how do you tackle the transition from nappies to pants at night?

DryLife Absorbent Bed Liners are great to help get you through that awkward transition stage from your child wearing nappies at night to being reliable without them.

These super-absorbent, washable fabric squares sit on top of the bottom sheet. Your child sleeps directly on the bed liner and if they wet it, you can just whip it off the bed and wash it without having to strip the bed. The liner just goes in the washing machine and dryer with your normal wash.

The soft quilted upper is warm and comfortable to sleep on and the backing is fully waterproof to protect the bedding. It's breathable so it won't make your child hot and sweaty, and is free from PVC, latex and added chemicals.

Available in single, 2 or 3 packs in white, beige or lime green



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bed   children   drylife   incontinence   quilted
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Review by: tessak (Tess)
Dated: 5th of October, 2012

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This Review: 10/10
Value for Money:
Score 10 out of 10
Functionality:
Score 10 out of 10
Appeal:
Score 10 out of 10
Personal Choice:
Score 10 out of 10

We have a child who is older than the average and is a bed wetter. It can be such a stressful time and finding a decent product to protect their mattress is such a mission. We have tried the plastic waterproof mattress protectors but they tear and come off the bed easily. Then when researching one day I came across the Drylife absorbent bed liners, and thought they would be worth a try. We got the two pack in beige and lime green, and got one with the tuck in flaps and one without.

These actually feel really lovely and squishy and comfy. I was impressed by them and had mentioned them to a friend within days of purchasing. They are excellent quality and I love the colors. These wash really well and do not bunch up or cause the washing machine to go off balance which is fantastic also.

I am pleased to report that these hold an obscene amount of piddle. Going by how heavy it often is when removed off our sons bed, i could swear he must have piddled all night long, lol, The packaging says they can hold up to 2.5 liters and it is definitely not wrong. I have to admit to at being very impressed by the fact the liners are not sopping wet and still dry to the touch on top.

Very very impressive. My son wears pull ups but because he is older, they do not stay dry if he wets through the night, so the liners have been a god sent for us. They wash well and dry very quickly. .We have also noticed that they they seem to reduce the smell a bit too, some mornings the only tell tale sign that there has been wetting is on my son as the liner itself is dry! i kind of love that, however that has also meant some confusion for my son who doesn't get why he is wet but his bed is dry.

So we have had our liners for 2 years now. They still look and feel they same as they did the day we bought them and still just as absorbent too. That in itself is really rather impressive. they are worth purchasing, even at the rrp, we wouldn't be without them now.

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