I am trying to make our bed more comfortable. We have always had it wrapped in plastic with a cotton blanket and cotton sheets. I would like something else between the plastic and the sheets and was wondering what other people use.
If it's because of night-time pee accidents, then I have a better solution for you!
We bought several of the big washable puppy training pads (the ones for large breeds) at Petsmart. They are ultra absorbent. I stitched them together and put them under our sheets. That way, if somebody pees, then it doesn't hit the mattress. Works like a charm.
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