WHITEFISH, Mont., Jan. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- All it takes is one accident and an ordinary throwaway mattress is ruined. About 5 million kids wet their beds each night in the U.S. alone. And millions more get sick in bed during flu season.
Washabelle was developed by Mom, Anne Paschen, who wanted a solution for the challenge of cleaning mattresses, instead of throwing them away. So, she set out to do the impossible - develop a kid's mattress parents can wash and dry, over and over, in the convenience of their own home. You can see for yourself here: https://washabelle.com/how-it-works
"According to recycling industry studies, 20 million soiled mattress and box springs go into our landfills every year. There has to be a better way," said Paschen. "Washabelle gives our landfills a break and parents peace of mind. It's a healthy, long-term, responsible solution that helps kids build confidence around a sensitive issue."
Washabelle has a breathable cover that wicks moisture as you sleep and layers of washable memory foam designed to fit in a residential washer dryer. Washabelle is easy to wash because of a sensible, unzippable modular construction. And it comes with a spare zip top cover, so there's always one ready. It stands up to washers, dryers, and kids. It's built to last through childhood, maybe longer.
With prices starting at $399, Washabelle mattresses are available exclusively at www.washabelle.com.
The response from parents has been overwhelming. We make it a point to have near real time discussions with parents about Washabelle on Social Media. Here are some of our favorite comments on Facebook:
Washabelle mattresses are available exclusively through the Washabelle.com site. The purchase is virtually risk-free as a result of the 101 Night Trial, a 10 Year Limited Warranty, and FREE shipping nationwide. In the unlikely event there's a problem, Washabelle even pays for return shipping. Period.
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