The technical experts at Conni have recognised that PVC should not be used as a waterproof barrier due to its toxicity. Please refer to FAQ for details.
Simply place on top of the bottom sheet coloured side up and lay directly on the bed pad. The child will feel more comfortable from the waist down just wearing underpants or light clothing. When heavy clothing is worn the child may feel wet.
If your child wets during the night; the bed pad will absorb the moisture and keep the bed dry.
The Conni Kids bed pad is washable and reusable, it is easily removed from the bed and placed in the washing machine. The bed pad can be line dried or tumble dried then returned to the bed. Alternately use a second bed pad while one is laundered.
No more stressful complete bed changes and best of all, you are on your way to dry nights forever
Conni absorbent products are Oeko-Tex accredited and safe to use against the skin.
Please note: Kids Print subject to change without notice.
Certified PVC and Chemical free
Slim absorbent core holds up to 2500ml over 8 hours
Keeps you dry and comfortable
Eliminates complete bedding changes
Tumble dryer safe
Suitable for all bed size
Highly absorbent slim core
Breathable PUL waterproof backing
Extremely light weight
Comes with durable polyester tuck-ins
Bed Pad Test
How Conni works?
Conni Bed Pads are made up of a four layer system. All of these layers are laminated together to create an intimate bond which means no bubbling of the surface over time.
Comfort Layer: made from brushed polyester, with special quilting this soft layer ensures optimal comfort and reduces the risk of pressure ulcers and other conditions. The surface layer is comfortable and gentle to the skin.
Filter Layer: this layer is designed to allow fluid to be quickly absorbed.
Absorbent Layer: this layer traps and stores the fluid. It is engineered to stop the fluid coming back to the surface so that the person lying on the pad remains dry and comfortable.
Barrier Layer: made from Polyurethane Laminate (PUL), this layer is waterproof, air-permeable, and will protect your mattress from any accidents.
Why don’t you use cotton?
Cotton holds moisture at the surface which would not be suitable for absorbent products, and would be very uncomfortable for the individual.
Why don’t you have a Conni Bed Pad for every mattress size?
Conni Bed Pads are designed to be big enough to protect your bed and keep you/your child dry as well as being easy to launder. As much as sharing is caring, if two people share a bed it’s best they don’t share a Conni Bed Pad.
So what size Conni Bed Pad do I need for my mattress?
Our standard Conni Bed Pad is 95cm x 85cm, it has no tuck ins and is suitable for all bed sizes.
Our Conni Bed Pad with tuck-ins is 100cm x 100cm and is suitable for single or super single beds.
Do I need to put a sheet over my Conni Bed Pad?
No. Simply place the bed pad (quilted side up) on top of the bottom sheet just below the pillow in the position where you will sleep on the bed and lie directly on the bed pad.
How do i launder my Conni products?
Conni Bed Pads, Chair Pads, Undergarments and Liners can all be washed and tumble dried in temperatures up to 80°C. Simply place any product listed above into your washing machine with similar products and a good quality detergent. All of our products will also benefit from air/line drying in the sun if that option is available.
I've noticed discoloration on my Conni Bed Pad, can i use bleach?
Please do not use chlorine based bleach or fabric softeners on any of your Conni products. These chemicals will coat and fill the hi-tech fibres and make your Conni product lose function. We find oxygen based bleach (such as Napisan), or vinegar works great for freshening up the Conni range.
Are Conni products reusable?
All Conni products are reusable. This makes all of our products cost effective and environmentally friendly.
How long will my Conni product last?
There are many variables depending on usage so it is hard to say exactly how long your Conni product will last. In general, Conni Bed and Chair Pads should last up to 350 washes if washed in a domestic washing machine and ensuring the care instructions are followed. Undergarments typically last as long as a normal pair (6 months to a year), which is dependent on the wash and care of the garments.