disposable hospital-style 'inco pads' for sickness bug - recommendations quickly please?!

(10 Posts)
happynappies Fri 22-Mar-13 22:20:33

Thank you so much!! I've put a spare shower curtain across the top of the bed, used loads of towels, and have ordered the biggest disposable kylie sheets I can find online, but will be getting to the chemist first thing to get some more!! Thank you for the other suggestions too. I love MN!! thanks

MrsSpencerReid Fri 22-Mar-13 22:20:10

Boots incontinence pads are cheap, cover things in towels? That's what I did when ds was comity

PenPerson Fri 22-Mar-13 22:19:08

Local independent chemists will often deliver incontinence / kylie sheets as elderly carers cannot usually get to a chemist.

OpheliasWeepingWillow Fri 22-Mar-13 22:17:04

Incontinence pads are cheaper than baby nighttime bed pads FYI

PenPerson Fri 22-Mar-13 22:16:16

You can use a shower curtain if you have a spare

TeggieCampbeggBlegg Fri 22-Mar-13 22:14:17

I think pampers do some for night potty training.

ChunkyPickle Fri 22-Mar-13 22:13:38

Or Puppy pads from a petshop are the same thing

Pampers or Huggies bed mats from supermarkets, with the nappes

PenPerson Fri 22-Mar-13 22:12:08

kylie sheets, most chemists will have disposable ones

happynappies Fri 22-Mar-13 22:09:46

I don't know if this is the right place to post, but I need to buy some disposable, waterproof covers - quickly!! Ds has been sick several times tonight and so far I've washed two pillows, a quilt, approx 4 quilt covers, numerous sheets, mattress protectors, not to mention pyjamas, the carpet etc etc. We've got four children, so I really can't keep washing at this rate!! I've done the whole make up the bed with extra sheets so you can whip the top one away thing, but its soaking right through. I don't know how we've survived in the past - dd is more handy with the sick bowl I suppose!! Anyone who can recommend a website or product I'll be so grateful, just haven't got the time to conduct a proper search atm!! I'll check back later. Thank you.

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