The Dry Life range of absorbent bed liners are perfect for dealing with bedwetting and night time incontinence. Fully breathable and comfortable to sleep on, DryLife products are easy to care for and resilient to frequent machine washing and drying.
They consist of a soft, quilted upper, a highly absorbent core that draws in and traps even large quantities of fluid, and a fully waterproof backing.
Dry Life bed liners are designed to sit on top of the bottom sheet and are easy to remove and wash without stripping the bed. They come with tuck-in flaps to hold them securely in place.
Asthma New Zealand have independently assessed DryLife bedware products and have accepted them into its Breathe Easy programme, dedicated to helping New Zealanders living with asthma.
Safe for sensitive skin All Dry Life products carry the internationally respected Oeko-Tex ‘Tested for harmful substances’ label. Only products that have passed the most rigorous independent safety tests are certified with this label.
LIME GREEN (great for kids!)
100 x 100cm pad with 50cm flaps on either side.
Suitable for single or king single beds. (Please refer to our other listing for bed pad without tuck in sides suitable for larger beds)
Proven to absorb up to 2.5 litres over 8 hours.
Goes in with your normal wash and tumble dry
Eucalyptus fibre, often knownby its brand name TENCEL®, is a revolutionary new plant-based fibre. Its exceptional natural characteristics for absorbency, hygiene and temperature regulation make it ideal for use in bedding.
Children, babies and the elderly or immune supressed have immature and compromised temperature regulation systems, they’re far more susceptible to chilling and overheating while they sleep. Eucalyptus fibre is a highly efficient insulator, helping keep you warm in cool weather and cool in warm weather.
That means your body doesn’t have to work so hard to warm and cool itself throughout the night. The result is a less disturbed, more restful night’s sleep.
Warm, dry and fresh:
Body temperature during sleep is significantly affected by the absorbency and ‘breathability’ of bedding.
Eucalyptus fibre is both highly absorbent and highly breathable. Thousands of microscopic channels on the surface of the fibre draw moisture away from the skin. This moisture is then released away into the air, leaving you and their bedding consistently warm and dry.
Effective insulation and ‘moisture management’ are just as important in the underlayers of bedding as they are in the top layers. A eucalyptus fibre mattress topper and duvet together create a microclimate of exceptional warmth and comfort – far more effective than a duvet alone.