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Mother-Ease Bedwetter Training Pants (Medium (55-65 lbs))
This super absorbent, totally leakproof, pull up bedwetter pant is carefully designed with a 100% polyester waterproof outer barrier that looks and feels like cotton. A three layer cotton soaker panel is partially attached at the waist front and back for quicker drying time and better washability. Elastic all around gives the toddler a comfortable, "no restriction" stretchy fit. The inner fabric is made of our knit cotton terry. The outer waterproof fabric is the same as the covers, 100% polyester bonded to a durable urethane.
Can be used by themselves - you do not need to order any other parts before you start using them
Super absorbent and totally leakproof - inner fabric is made of our knit cotton terry
Carefully designed with a 100% polyester waterproof outer barrier that looks and feels like cotton
A 3 layer cotton soaker panel is partially attached at the waist front and back for quicker drying time and better washability
Elastic all around gives the toddler a comfortable, "no restriction" stretchy fit
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19 of 21 found the following review helpful:
VERY absorbant!Sep 20, 2011
By Kimberly Lanicek
This is the ONLY pair of cloth "pull-up" style pants that have contained leaks for our 5-yr-old at night. We have tried everything and nothing else had 100% containment.
Things to know before you order... they're bulky (thus the effective containment) and most pajama pants don't fit. We used Mother-Ease cloth diapers when our child was younger, so this wasn't as big an issue for us, but if you've never used cloth diapers, this will be a shock.
One other thing... when you wash and dry, we have had to dry in the electric dryer twice because it was still damp after one go-round. Turning it inside out was really helpful, though.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
better than goodnites!Apr 01, 2011
By mom in michigan
my special needs 3 year old puts out over a liter (1/2 gallon +) a night. We were using huggies overnights with 2 incontinence pads, then goodnites with 2 pads and still had some messes in the morning. The motherease and 2 bumgenius microfiber liners are magic. LESS mess than before. AND no diaper rash. My kid is in underpants during the day. They are poofy and silly looking, but who cares?
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
So far, great bed wetter pantsFeb 26, 2013
These are for a tall, skinny, 40# 4-year old. I ordered the small size, 40-55#. They fit just a tad loose. Not really a problem but worth noting. They stay on fine but I could literally fit my whole fist between the waistband and her tummy. Once you put pajama bottoms on, they stay flush against skin. I prepped it once by washing it with my other cloth diapers- entire load without soap, entire load on hot with soap, entire load rinse. It didn't dry as quickly as my fitteds and covers, but that is to be expected from an all-in-one. They were slightly damp, so I flipped them inside out, letting the liner dangle out, and tossed them on top of dryer. Put them in with my next dryer load. They dried fine. They do appear really poofy when she puts them on, but do alright under clothes. There's alot of stretch in them. No snaps or Velcro, so this is not for a kid who still poops in diapers. There is a second layer inside the diaper that is attached at the waistband but otherwise loose, so it dangles outside the diaper while drying. Speeds drying time. We didn't have any leaking, but I did check to make sure that the water proof outside layer was rolled inward against her skin before putting on pajamas. If they rolled out and the cotton inside was touching her pajamas, there could easily be some wicking. They are super soft now but I'm expecting some piling inside after repeated use. They are a bit more expensive than I wanted to spend but at $30 apiece they will pay for themselves within 2 months each. I definitely would recommend them. I will also update here in a few months to confirm that they still work well, or if problems have developed. Happy cloth diapering!
9 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Best nighttime option out there!Jun 21, 2012
By An Engineer
These Mother-Ease bedwetter pants are a life saver! They are the only thing we've found that keeps our almost-4-yr-old son's bed dry at night. He is completely potty-trained during the day time, but just can't control it yet at night. He will leak through anything, even the nighttime pull-ups. We seem to have tried everything without success, but we finally found these Mother-Ease pants. They are very bulky, but they really work! And if you used cloth diapers, like we did, they shouldn't shock you :-)
My son is about 36 pounds, and pretty tall and lean, and the X-small size fits him perfectly. If you are at your wit's end at trying to find a nighttime solution, try these pants!
8 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Easy to wash AND dry, dry bed!Nov 27, 2011
I was really impressed- yet again- with MotherEase! These pants are on par with MotherEase's One Size fits all diapers (that I've used for all 4 kids with rarely a leak!) I don't know why I even put PullUps on my kids at night- other than travelling- the boys (6 and 4) continued to wet their pants nightly. I decided to fork over the money for a cloth nighttime underwear, and viola! the kids have been dry 90% of the time! If you used cloth diapers, use cloth nighttime underwear- it will night train your kids much quicker. I liked these motherease better than the OneStep Ahead because of the drying time- motherease dries at the same rate as your other clothes (as long as you turn them inside out) whereas the OneStep Ahead ones also need to hang on the line for at least 24 hours AFTER the dryer.
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