Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Children's Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad By Elf Star Review

My daughters haven't had any bed wetting accidents ever since they were potty trained but they've had toddler cup water accidents. They would bring a covered cup on the bed and forget it was there and then later on, the whole mattress is soaked already. It's fine with the bedding but the mattress takes longer to dry and it can be a hassle. To make it more safe and convenient for me, I use a waterproof pad to keep our mattresses safe.
The Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad by Elf Star came in a simple plastic packaging. This measures 30 inches in length and 20 inches in width. It is a bit thin but it has 3 layers of cloth. The first layer is a pink colored cloth which is soft and made of bamboo fiber. The next layer is in the middle which is a non-vinyl waterproof middle layer. The middle layer doesn't make any crinkly sound as other waterproof pad covers does. The lining is made out a cream-colored bamboo fiber liner.
The Elf Star Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad has a clean and nice seam. This mattress protector pad is thin yet it does its job pretty well. I tried spilling water here and it absorbed it pretty well without the liquid seeping through the other side of the pad. I actually like that this is thin because it doesn't cause any bumps on the bed which can be uncomfortable specially when lying down.

The noise-free or crinkle-free middle layer makes this nice to use specially to babies or toddlers who wake up to the slightest noise. I've washed this over and over again and the quality of the fabric used haven't changed yet.

You can purchase the Waterproof Mattress Protector Pad by Elf Star HERE.

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