Bedwetting & pjama

Bedwetting affects many people. It leads to constant worry and fear particularly when sleeping away from home. It stops many young people attending activities possibly leading to impaired social development.

Our Pjama products are designed with the men, women, boys and girls that suffer from bedwetting in mind.

⋙ Comfortable, discreet, safe and environmentally friendly.

⋙ Protects sheets, blankets and mattresses.

⋙ Improves the individuals psychological health.

⋙ Makes it possible to attend sleepovers outside their own home.

Pjama can be used as a replacement for traditional nappies. Pjama are washable and can be used over and over again.

How to use

For maximum comfort and effective use of Pjama do not wear underwear.

Make sure you have the right size so that it tightly fits the waist (not too tight). Use the waistband to adjust if necessary. For more information regarding sizes, please see "SIZE GUIDE".

When you have accidental wetting, the Pjama inner layer absorbs the urine whilst staying dry on the outside protecting the bedding. The wearer senses when the Pjama becomes moist inside. The Pjama is not designed to be dry on the inside but discreetly provides feedback to the wearer when they are wetting themselves. Waking up when wetting helps to educate and overcome the problem of bedwetting for the child.

Pjama is made of a material that has antibacterial properties to avoid possible rashes. However, we cannot guarantee that a wearer with sensitive skin will not experience rashes.

how to wash

Pjama is a washable, reusable product that is easy to use. To extend the life of the product please read the following advice:

 Turn inside out (IMPORTANT).

 Wash separately.

 Wash at 60 degrees Celsius.

 Finish the washing program with high spin speed.

 Hang dry or tumble dry. The temperature must not exceed 60 degrees Celsius.

The unique features of the Pjama lead to a longer drying time of the product in comparison with other textile garments when hang drying.

Do not dry clean

Do not use softener

Do not iron

How it works

The main material in Pjama is Tencel, which is a wood fibre.

1. Hydrophobic material at the waist and ankles/knee folds, superabsorbent material in critical areas.

2. An outer waterproof and soft layer that breathes very well.

3. An inner material that is soft and smooth. It can absorb fluid and is made with capillary breaking properties.