WHITEFISH, Mont., Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Washabelle introduces the first washable memory foam mattress for kids. Washabelle is washable because it's a sensible, zippable modular mattress made with foam layers that fit in a normal washer and dryer. And it's all pulled together with a brass zippered, washable cover making it easy to go from bed to washer to dryer and right back to bed again.
About 5 million kids wet their beds each night. Parents try waterproof mattress covers, but those are sticky and stinky—and can make a kid wake up in a puddle. Washabelle is a parent's potty training secret weapon.
Anne Paschen is the inventor and the founder of Washabelle. Working with the best foam chemists, Anne developed washable memory foam layers with a breathable cover that wicks moisture while kids sleep.
"Parents want a better solution for cleaning a mattress instead of throwing them away."
"Our houses and carpets and toilets are clean. But our mattresses aren't, and they aren't washable. This is crazy. I wanted a washable mattress. And, as a mom, I knew I wasn't alone," said Anne Paschen. "So I decided to make the first."
The washable, breathable luxury foam of this modular mattress has been in development for two years, and is made in the USA.
With prices starting at $399, Washabelle mattresses are available exclusively through the Washabelle.com site. Every purchase is made risk-free as a result of a 101 Night Trial, a 10 Year Warranty, and FREE shipping nationwide. In the unlikely event there's a problem, Washabelle even pays for return shipping. Period. www.washabelle.com
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