My 5 year old son still wears disposable pants at night but I still have almost daily laundry because they leak so much. Any suggestions?
This is a common question and I DO have some suggestions.
-Have him put on the pull-on only after he has urinated twice, once 30 minutes before bedtime and then again immediately before lights out.
-Make sure his pull-on pant is large enough. The larger sizes absorb more. Some larger kids have outgrown children's pull-on pants and do better with Youth/Small Adult.
-You can double the absorbency by using a booster pad inserted in the pull-on. These secure to the pull-on with an adhesive strip and are an inexpensive way to increase the absorbency.
-Use a waterproof washable tuck-in pad over the top of his sheet. This prevents the entire sheet from getting wet and saves money over disposable pads. Buy a couple in case you don't get to the laundry every day.
-Encase his mattress with a zippered vinyl cover. You can leave this in place for years to come and it will prevent stains, allergens and dust mites. It's easy to clean by spraying with a disinfectant and wiping dry.
-Urine stains and odors can become a problem over time. DP is a great enzyme based product that breaks down the protein in the urine that causes the odor. It can be used on bedding, floors, carpeting and as a washing additive.
Comments will be approved before showing up.