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HELP QUICK PLEASE - Best mattress protector?

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bottletopbill Mon 20-Jul-09 08:51:19

MY ds age 4.5yrs is near enough dry at night so want to go for it this weekend.

Dont want to spend a fortune on a mattress protector - what's your best buy, also dont want a "noisey" one.

Im going int he next hour so need some advice pretty quick please!

ButtercupWafflehead Mon 20-Jul-09 08:59:35

We have just bought a towelling fitted one from JL after seeing it recommended on here

Have also seen the mats from Mothercare come highly recommended, so we will probably buy those too and make the bed with a waterproof then sheet layer, then mats then sheet again so I can whip off the top two layers in speed!

Hope that helps?

bottletopbill Mon 20-Jul-09 09:06:40

umm quite pricey especailly as I want to by 2

ButtercupWafflehead Mon 20-Jul-09 09:16:11

Yes you're right, but I hear the cheaper ones are more crackly and sweaty!

Perhaps someone else will have some recommendations.

bottletopbill Mon 20-Jul-09 09:18:28

ummm hadnt thought of that will go and look at them - thanks

TheArmadillo Mon 20-Jul-09 09:18:37

we got that one from JL and it is def the best we have had.

Cheaper will work but they will be sweaty and crackly.

It's a compromise.

FruitLoaf Mon 20-Jul-09 09:39:44

Another vote for the towelling John Lewis one. It was about £20, so not cheap - but has already earned it's keep (from a rather unpleasant vomiting incident).
Don't forget John Lewis have free delivery on any order....

fortyplus Mon 20-Jul-09 09:52:15

Keys of Clacton are a brilliant old fashioned company with a great range of products. They sell a towelling fillted sheet with waterproof backing. Or you can just have a standard waterproof one if you prefer.

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