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where is a good place to buy waterproof sheets...

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morninggirl Mon 14-Jul-08 22:09:44

...for my son's bed?

thanks

wrinklytum Mon 14-Jul-08 22:12:08

Do you mean matress protectors?If you are near an Ikea they sell them for quite a reasonable price.HTH

morninggirl Mon 14-Jul-08 22:13:45

i do! oops i didnt know what they were carried here... (i'm not close enough to Ikea to pop in easily!)

Wilko's do one, but it looks quite cheap and i'm worried it would work well!
i dont know how much they should cost on average for a decent one!

blimey Wed 16-Jul-08 23:17:37

snug nights website sell one that is breathable and waterproof and not crinkly - I think they are fab, Ikea do similar more cheaply but they did not have my size when I went in and I can't face going too often!!

GroovyChic Thu 17-Jul-08 13:02:42

I bought a hippychick one from Boots for £23. It's expensive but I think it's fab especially as my ds sweats alot with the cheap ones.

katpotat Thu 17-Jul-08 13:08:51

John Lewis have Terry breathable waterproof ones. They are quite reasonably priced smile

ilovemydog Thu 17-Jul-08 13:13:53

Am fairly sure I got mine (DDs!) at Mothercare?

DumbledoresGirl Thu 17-Jul-08 13:14:44

I got all mine from John Lewis

LittleBella Thu 17-Jul-08 13:17:48

The Snugnights ones are brilliant because they do one with waterproof sides as well as the top, so you get absolutely no leakage. They're pricey but worth it IMO. Link is here.

www.snugnights.co.uk/productcart/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=68&idproduct=135

Ecmo Thu 17-Jul-08 13:17:50

Got mine from Argos
here

ThatBigGermanPrison Thu 17-Jul-08 13:18:15

Argos do a single bed set for about a tenner, with a matterr cover, duvet cover and pilow cover - all water proof.

morninggirl Tue 22-Jul-08 20:54:19

oooh thanks for that im slow getting back to threads i start!

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