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you wouldent wash the wool cover every night if they peed on it every night?
I just got heavy 100% wool military surplus blankets, lanolize them and put them under the sheets, easy and inexpensive for the most part. Oh and the wool breaths unlike the rubberized cotton fabric or the PUL. You shouldn't have to wash lanolized wool every time, only when it starts to smell, but have a second one on hand so you are able to air dry/out the one that was soiled.
I did this for our bed as well for milk leaks when I was nursing, worked great.
I am in the process of doing this, next is my bed.
We bought a couple wool army blankets, one for DS's bed and one for a changing pad for the new babe, washed and lanolized them. Right now the blanket for DS is just laid down on top of his sheets, I'm too lazy (or sleep deprived at this point!) to actually put it under his sheets.
I chopped up the other blanket, sewed pieces together (4 layers worth), also made a sleeve with a couple other pieces so I could remove layers as needed. Works great!!
Benefits of wool- link to a few good articles.
I : wool!!
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