Protect-A-Bed Competition

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Protect-A-Bed® is the world's number one selling mattress protector is proudly Australian owned and made. Since its launch in Australia over twenty years ago they have gained partners and distributors in 48 countries. The secret to their success is the Miracle Layer™; the ultimate waterproof, yet silent and breathable, layer that protects and shields. The Miracle Layer™ is exclusive to Protect-A-Bed®, and slightly different to other polyurethane waterproofing available. While most waterproof mattress protectors are crinkly, plasticky and noisy, Protect-A-Bed® products are soft and silent.


Absorbent Terry Towelling is best for spills and bed wetting. Cotton mattress protectors are a popular choice. Cotton is hypoallergenic, as it is a natural fibre. Protect-A-Bed’s® Miracle Layer™ is soft and comfortable yet waterproof and breathable. Machine wash and tumble dry. Boasting a fitted sheet style that is easy to fit and remove for regular washing.

Approved by the National Asthma Council Australia Sensitive Choice Program and Red Nose (Sids and Kids).

We're giving Playgroup NSW members a chance to win a Queen Size STAYNEW COTTON TERRY MATTRESS PROTECTOR or 1 of 2 Single Size STAYNEW COTTON TERRY MATTRESS PROTECTOR! Go in the draw now to enter.

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