Here are 5 reasons why you should consider using washable mats instead. . .
A disposable mat or $15 vinyl underpad might seem like a good deal, but are they? Think long term. A reusable mat can last up to 500 washes, and be used for sleepovers, outdoor activities… They can even be handed down for changing and potty training.
The most common complaint we hear about disposable mats is the complicated removal. Mats tend to tear apart if not removed right away, and often leave behind difficult to remove glue stains and residue. And the worst case scenario? Inexpensive disposable mats often use cheap dyes, which can run onto your furniture - leaving permanent damage.
We can’t argue that disposables don’t have some conveniences. But at what cost to the environment? Not only are disposable baby products the 3rd largest consumer item in landfills, but they also require far more resources and raw materials for production than washable ones.
On your bed, or on your couch - it doesn’t matter where you put them, disposable bedwetting mats are just plain ugly. But it gets worse - put yourself in your child’s shoes. If your child uses a pad that clearly indicates their bedwetting issues, it could cause unnecessary embarrassment when friends are over. Washable bedwetting mats look and feel just like normal sheets, drawing less attention to any issues or fears your child might have.
You might be one of the lucky few who found a disposable mat that actually stays in place. If not, consider a washable bedwetting mat that has been designed to grip surfaces. Ours stays in place without flaps, straps, glue, or Velcro.
100% leakproof mats that make clean-up easy. PeapodMats are reusable, washable & breathable and that stay in place with no straps or velcro. Save time with a bedwetting/incontinence mat that's easy to pull off & toss in the laundry machine.
Available in 3 sizes to suit your needs - large (3'×5'), medium (3' x 3'), small (1.5' x 1.5').