Has a moisture-proof barrier and quilted core that holds onto liquid for several hours. Made with high-quality chux that won't shred or tear. Easy to fit on a wheelchair. Doesn't make as much noise as other disposable bed pads.
Mixed reviews regarding how effective it is at absorbing liquid.
Available in three sizes to cover all kinds of seats, beds, and wheelchairs. While thin and discreet, the pad has a multilayer design that catches leaks before they soak mattresses. Holds up well to plenty of washing.
Material has a slick finish that may cause it to slid around.
Quilted three-layer design where upper layers wick moisture from the body. Vinyl-free design won't crinkle or crunch when you move. Has a nonslip backing that is effective on most sheet types, including smooth microfiber.
After a few washes, the pad may deteriorate. Reports of leaking.
Claims to retain up to six cups of water. Easy care materials are machine washable and dryer safe. Won't shrink in the wash. Thin enough to overlap all four pads for full mattress coverage. Comes in three discreet colors.
Pads are prone to bunching since they don't have a nonslip design.
Quilted four-layer design locks in moisture overnight. Has a waterproof backing for added protection. Reinforced seams won't shred or come apart in the washer or dryer. On-par with hospital-quality pads.
Expensive option for a single pad. Can be somewhat noisy.
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