Win a B-Sensible waterproof & breathable single sheet and pillowcase


Natural comfort. Complete protection.

Does your child suffer from the occasional accident at night? And do you find that cheap plastic sheets are rough, noisy and don’t breathe well?

We’ve been trying out a waterproof pillow and sheet set sent for review by B-Sensible and it’s much nicer than others we’ve tried. It’s very fine and breathable and keeps bedding protected effectively without the noisy crinkling and crunching you get from standard plastic-backed sheets. The B-Sensible range is also hypo-allergenic, protects against dust mites and keeps cool – perfect for my eczema prone lot.

So how does it work? Well apparently the B-Sensible range is made from a ‘new age fibre’ called Tencel, which is an eco-friendly material derived from the Eucalyptus tree with the natural ability to control temperature and humidity.

We’ve washed our sheet and pillow case and it stayed soft. Apparently you can tumble-dry them too, but we haven’t needed to as yet as the weather’s been good here. I’ve just ordered a couple of duvet protectors and more sheets and pillowcases, which I think says it all!

If you’d like to win a single sheet and pillow case, here’s what to do:

How to enter

To enter you must:

You are also entitled to up to five bonus entries, if you:

Please leave a separate comment for each entry.

The giveaway will close at 11.59pm UK time on 28th June 2013 and a winner will be selected at random.

See the prize draw T&Cs Disclosure: B-Sensible is providing this prize for the purposes of the giveaway and also provided a sheet and pillowcase for review. No payment was received by A Mummy Too. Please see my review/disclosure policy for more information. Listed on ThePrizeFinder – UK Competitions and Competition Hunter.

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  1. Jo Booth says

    Following @AMummyToo on Twitter as @kiddy_boo
    (sorry ignore previous comment as copied and pasted without changing to my twitter name :-))