Learn about GoodNites® TRU-FIT Washable Underwear
I was recently introduced to GoodNites TRU-FIT Washable Underwear with absorbent inserts. GoodNites® gave us a Target gift card to purchase a starter pack of this washable bedwetting underwear of Goodnites tru fit at Target. My younger son is 6 years old, but still has issues with bedwetting.
We have been using disposable training pants, but now that he’s older he is somewhat embarrassed by these. He has yet to spend the night at a friend’s house or go to sleepover camp.
According to a GoodNites® brand study, about 1 in 6 children between the ages of 4-12 in the United States suffer from nocturnal enuresis, also known as bedwetting. Bedwetting is a common condition that a child cannot control or be trained out of. GoodNites TRU-FIT are real underwear with disposable, absorbent inserts.
The underwear is machine washable and is available for both boys and girls in S/M and L/XL and in various patterns and colors. The absorbent inserts help protect sheets and pajamas and then are discarded after each night’s use. It’s a great option for older kids in goodnites.
For more information on bedwetting solutions and advice from trusted experts take a look at www.GoodNites.com and the GoodNites® Facebook page.
Our experience with GoodNites TRU-FIT washable bedwetting underwear
I showed my son the package of GoodNites TRU-FIT and explained how they worked. He got a big smile on his face. He seemed really excited about wearing real underwear.
The inserts were easy to place inside the underwear. They fit in a long pocket like elastic area. My son put them on. He son said they felt funny at first, but after a few minutes, he was used to the new feeling. We have used these for 3 nights.
Although the inserts were wet in the morning, the underwear, pajamas, and sheets stayed dry. My son said he likes GoodNites* TRU-FIT* and wants to keep using them.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of GoodNites* TRU-FIT*.
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