Sunday, September 22, 2013

Wearever Mattress Bed Pad With Wings Review

Isaak was a bed wetter. For the last year we have taken him to the bathroom right before we went to bed to prevent him from wetting the bed. When we took him he would go very well.

We asked him if he still wants us to wake him up to go? He said, "No." So we haven't since he started school. So far he's had no accidents. He's been in school for a little more than a month now.

I do know when kids get sick...
  • They are more likely to wet the bed
  • Puke on their bedding
  • Have diarrhea on their bedding
I really like Wearever Mattress Bed Pad With Wings!  It works great for when/if kids are going through periods of time where they are having potty accidents. It also works great for sick kids!

It also works great for adults that can't make it to the bathroom; like my Grandma that had Alzheimer's disease. 

It's similar to the pads hospitals use on their beds. There is one key difference: It has wings to tuck into the mattress! The Wearever Mattress Bed Pad with Wings works perfect with any type of mattress such as a Sleeping Duck mattress. The added wing means the pad will stay!

I asked Isaak to hold the pad up, so he did. He wrapped it around himself and said, "I'm a girl." He's such a goof!

As you can see it's pretty large in size.

The things off to the sides are the wings that tuck into the bed.

It washed up really good. We haven't had any accidents yet. Knock on wood! I just think it may be a matter of time. I love having this product for when Mica and/or Isaak get sick!


Product Details:
  • The bed pad is 36 inches by 32 inches 
  • There are 3 layers of protection
  • The 19 inch long wings are attached to both sides of the bed pad, and are long enough to tuck under one side of a bed or both (if twin or hospital type bed)
  • It doesn't slip around
  • Top layer is made from an 80/20 cotton/polyester blend called IBEX
  • The top layer is quilted to a top quality, 8 oz poly soaker which holds the moisture
  • The third, and bottom layer, is made from a knitted, vinyl, barrier fabric. The bed pad is finished with double bound edges for a long life of many washings
  • The third, and bottom layer, is the moisture proof layer
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Ai Sakura said...

fantastic function with the wings! The cotton makes it comfortable to sleep on too I reckon.

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Masshole Mommy said...

Sounds like a great product. I still wake my 9 year old when he's sick to go to the bathroom before I go to bed because if he's still gonna have an accident - that's when it's going to be. I should really invest in a couple of these for my boys, though.

Theresa Mahoney said...

We definitely could have used this when Allison was little. She wasn't fully night trained until she was about 4 1/2. We were constantly washing bedding and shampooing the mattress. What a hassle!

~ Noelle said...

that would be great to have for sick kiddos!!!

Eat To Live said...

My Hubs parents are getting up there and I am sure we will be needing these or something similar soon.


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