On NZ orders over $100 and AU orders over $150!
SAY HELLO TO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SHEET PROTECTORS!
Night time accidents are a normal part of growing up. But now you can say GOODBYE to stripping the entire bed and hello to quick and EASY changes. Plus the prints are so adorable you and your little one won't mind these sheet protectors being on show!
Bed Mates are an eco friendly and safe alternative to reusable sheet protectors. They are proudly non-toxic and completely free from PVC, phthalates, lead and formaldahyde making them the safest option for your baby or child's sensitive skin.
They are 100% waterproof, highly absorbent and also breathable ensuring that your child gets a comfortable night's sleep. And best of all, Bed Mates go straight into the washing machine and dryer! Perfect to be used on the bed but can also be used in the pram, cot, couch, floor or anywhere that an accident might occur!
And most importantly, they are FUN. Bed Mates don't look like your typical sheet protectors so kids wont mind having them on their bed. In fact they are so comfy and fun that they will be ASKING to have them on their beds!!
The Midnight Gang Bed Mates are perfect for toilet training, tummy bugs, leaking breast milk, reflux babies, heavy sweaters and even for pets!
To use, place the Bed Mate ON TOP of the bottom sheet and tuck the wings in underneath the mattress to hold it securely in place. Your child sleeps directly on top of the Bed Mate. When an accident occurs, simply pull the Bed Mate off and your sheets remain perfectly dry. We recommend having a second Bed Mate as a back up.
The Bed Mates with wings are ideal for beds as the wings help to keep the Bed Mate in place during the night. The Bed Mates without wings are best for the couch, floor, cot, pram etc
Single without wings- 100cm width X 90cm length
Single with wings- 100cm width X 90cm length (wings 60cm width X 80cm length)
King Single with wings- 110cm width X 90cm length (wings 60cm width X 80cm length)
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