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  1. Harmonie Underpads

    Harmonie Underpads

    Starting at: CA$68.99

    Harmonie Disposable Underpads help protect your linens, furniture and mattress from incontinence. They feature a quilted mat for enhanced fluid dispersion. Will not irritate the skin.

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  2. Peapod Mat 3x3

    Peapod Mat 3x3

    CA$66.00

    More stylish and discrete than any other option! Will stay flat without bunching or gathering. This provides a comfortable and protected sleep throughout the night. Easily removed from the bed and be placed in the regular wash and dryer. No special washing required! The Peapod Mat is a unique combination of 3 layers that creates a super-absorbent waterproof mat TOP LAYER Breathable terry cotton; grid stitched to prevent bunching MIDDLE LAYER Polyester liner to absorb and disperse moisture BOTTOM LAYER Brushed polyester to grip surfaces; coated with breathable TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) waterproofing Learn More
  3. Peapod Mat3x5

    Peapod Mat3x5

    CA$88.00

    More stylish and discrete than any other option! Will stay flat without bunching or gathering. This provides a comfortable and protected sleep throughout the night. Easily removed from the bed and be placed in the regular wash and dryer. No special washing required! The Peapod Mat is a unique combination of 3 layers that creates a super-absorbent waterproof mat TOP LAYER Breathable terry cotton; grid stitched to prevent bunching MIDDLE LAYER Polyester liner to absorb and disperse moisture BOTTOM LAYER Brushed polyester to grip surfaces; coated with breathable TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) waterproofing Learn More

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