Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads

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Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads

  • Ideal for use as hospital bed pads or home-use bed pads
  • Three layers of protection
  • Machine washable
  • Absorbent quilted pads draw moisture away from surface
  • Keeps surface dry all through the night
  • Protects sensitive skin from moisture
  • Comfortable soft fabric is gentle on your skin

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Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads

Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads


Allegro Medical presents the Grayson Reusable Bedpads which offer three layers of protection and comfort. The reusable washable bed pads have a quilted cotton/polyester surface, absorbent inner layer and waterproof backing. Bed Pads are are machine washable and dryable. The Reusable Bed Pads by Grayson are ideal for use as either hospital bed pads, or home-use bed pads.

Product may vary between Reliamed, Grayson, or Invacare brand


Grayson Reusable Bed Pad Features

  • Protects beds, chairs and other furniture
  • Four-layer protection
  • Comfortable Ibex top layer - cotton/poly blend (80% cotton, 20% polyester)
  • Nonslip, waterproof, PVC-coated vinyl backing
  • Medium absorbency, 8-oz. soaker
  • Tuckable flaps minimize pad bunching and movement
  • Machine washable
  • Comes in a clear retail package
  • Latex-free: This product is not manufactured with natural latex components


Reusable Underpad Absorption Specifications

Item # Description Soaker (g/m2) Soaker (oz./yd2) Maximum Absorption Range (cc) Absorption Range (oz.)
ZRUP2336R 23" x 36" underpad 270 8 1,200 - 1,400 40.6 - 47.4
ZRUP3436R 34" x 36" underpad 270 8 1,800 - 2,000 60.9 - 67.6
ZRUP3436FLR 34" x 36" with 18" tuckable flaps 270 8 1,800 - 2,000 60.9 - 67.6
ZRUP3654R 36" x 54" underpad 270 8 2,800 - 3,200 94.7 - 108.2
ZRUP4452R 44" x 52" underpad 270 8 3,200 - 3,600 108.2 - 121.7

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Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads

ZRUP2336R - 23" x 36" Absorbs 1200cc - $4.71

ZRUP3436R - 34" x 36" Absorbs 1800cc - $6.95

ZRUP3436FLR - 34" x 36" Absorbs 1800cc w/Flaps - $7.95

ZRUP3654R - 36" x 54" Absorbs 2800cc - $10.49

44" x 52" Absorbs 3200cc (Bariatric) - $23.95



Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
683 reviews
655 out of 675 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Protective (425)
Comfortable (308)
Breathable (149)
Discreet (99)
Sturdy (99)
Top Cons

None (15)
Uncomfortable (6)
Not Protective (6)
Bulky (4)
Doesn't Fit (3)
Top Best Uses

Daily Use (407)
Home (306)
Travel (135)
Bladder Problems (83)
Emergencies (80)
1-5 of 683 reviews
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bedpads

Pros:
Discreet. Easy Storage. Comfortable. Protective.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. Home. Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
caregiver. wife.

use under bottom sheet on bed

by blondie from pierre sd
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Works well

Pros:
Comfortable. Protective.
Cons:
shrinks after a few washi.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. Home. Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User. Disabled. Limited mobility. neuro. damage. Retired RN. Paraplegic.

Product is used on daily basis for incontinence. Works well and is good size. The only problem with them is that after a few washings the backing shrinks and after awhile the quilted section will sometimes wrinkle up under me. They do go through multiple washings before this happens. I would recommend that they not be put in a hot dryer. Dry on low setting.

by Sandi from Pascagoula, MS
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Great for bladder incontinence

Pros:
Comfortable. Discreet. Protective.
Best Uses:
Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
Daughter.

This larger size works great with person who turns a lot in their sleep - can be tucked around edges of twin bed mattress to prevent it from bunching up

by Pat from Utah
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
great product

Pros:
Comfortable. Protective. Sturdy. Lightweight. Breathable.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Daily Use. Home. Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
caregiver. Grandmother. Mother.

very well made product, gives protection to bedding. highly recommend, better than disposable ones as it is reusable

by jojo from debary, fl
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Grayson Blue pads

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. Sturdy. Protective. Comfortable.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. elderly pets.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly. Pet owner. Dog and cat owner.

We use with our 12 1/2 year old Old English sheepdog with degenerative nerves in hind quarter. A lot of work but he's worth it.

by LGC from Bloomington ,Mn
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Grayson bedpads, are they plastic on one side? Or just shiney fabric?
Asked on Jan 16, 2015 8:47:18 AM by Ann Becker from Batavia, Illinois
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they are quilted padding, on back they are blue material which would be easy to use as a pull sheet if person is hard to turn. I have 1 from from Invacare have had several years with many washes.
Answered on May 11, 2015 11:47:07 AM by Emily from Fl
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For how many washings will the pads last?
Asked on Apr 21, 2014 12:11:59 PM by Nancy from West Virginia
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These pads are well made and will last four hundreds of washings.
Answered on Jun 4, 2014 11:26:18 AM by Steve from Spokane Washington
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There is one bed pad listed "with flaps". What does the flaps do?
Asked on Mar 3, 2014 12:07:26 PM by shoparound from FL
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The flaps are there so that you are able to 'tuck' the pad under the mattress or a cushion to ensure that the pad itself is more secure that one without. I personally prefer the pads with the flaps.
Answered on Apr 30, 2015 12:12:36 PM by Dee from Livonia MI
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How can I tell if I need to replace my pads? I know the obvious answer is, if they leak....., but I'd like to avoid that!!
Asked on May 23, 2013 9:40:37 AM by Linda from FL
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It depends on what you are using them for. If they are being used for incontinence, they should be changed at least every 2 hours if soiled or else the individual's skin is at risk of impairment.
Answered on Jun 27, 2013 7:30:15 PM by DavidP from West Virginia
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Assuming you mean when should you buy new pads rather than when should you change them... it depends on how many times you wash them. I replace mine after about 75 washings.
Answered on Dec 3, 2013 9:48:03 PM by Donna from California
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If you're asking how to tell if they are worn out, discard them when the quilted side shows wear ... or they get damp on the underside.
Answered on Dec 30, 2013 1:32:03 PM by G from Maine
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I first encountered these pads when working in a long-term care facility. The pads never really wore out. Now I use these pads for an incontinent dog. I have been using them for well over a year with no issues. One thing to keep in mind is NOT to use fabric softener when laundering them, as it will decrease their ability to absorb as much. I have used white vinegar in place of fabric softener to soften them and decrease static.
Answered on Dec 30, 2013 8:19:48 PM by Dee from Colorado
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I am a para and did intermittent cathing - I use the pads under me at night as I sleep in a king-size bed with my husband and if I spring a leak I don't want to have to wash all the bed clothes- now I have a suprapubic catheter and if I kink the tube I still spring a leak - I use the same one for several nights unless it gets soiled - I have 8 of them that I purchased about 10 years ago- I have one that I snagged and it has 4 or 5 holes and I cannot use it as it will leak and get everything under it wet - I drive and I use it on the driver's seat if I sprung a leak and my clothes are wet and I don't want to get the seat upholstery wet - they are great - the new ones are slippery and need to be washed a few times so they stay in place I hope that answers your question - I really depend on them- I wash them in warm or hot water depending on the soiling - they have saved me so much time and energy
Answered on Jan 6, 2014 12:32:57 PM by Geri from Phoenix Arizona
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I need them for in front of cat litter boxes to catch litter so it can be dumped back into the boxes. My concern is not liquid, but whether or not the litter will sift into the cloth lining, so... Is the white lining tight like cotton cloth or will the sand-type litter possibly filter into it?
Asked on May 6, 2013 3:25:30 PM by kittycat from Ava, IL
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These are tight cotton I don't think the litter will penetrate thru it.
Answered on Jun 27, 2013 4:19:15 PM by Nana2Eight from Odessa tx
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The only thing that soaks in is liquids, not cat litter or sand.
Answered on Jun 27, 2013 7:34:51 PM by DavidP from WV
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I use them all for that reason, won't pick up all litter but will help most from tracking onto flooring. Also have them under feeding bowls for accidental spills... I have back issues so its easier to wash them as needed opposed to sweeping/vac everyday.
Answered on Jun 28, 2013 3:01:30 PM by Tracy from Phx
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I've seen different qualities of pads. I'm caring for a fairly large older gentleman, & need the pads to be heavy duty. How strong are these? Thanks you.
Asked on Aug 7, 2012 9:30:31 PM by Kandy from Portland Or
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I use them to lift and roll my bed bound mother. She is about 100 lbs. They are also holding up well in the washing machine which the first bed pads I got someplace else wore out after 7 or 8 months.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 3:28:49 PM by Anna from TN
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I use them in place of puppy pads on my carpet, I had two 20 pound Shih Tzu's and have never had any issues with going through to carpet
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 3:32:56 PM by mickiemouse1234 from in
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I purchased for my mother who has urinary incontinence and is also very large. I purchased a large size and a bit smaller. We use two so we just remove the top one each day. They are strong and hold a great deal.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 7:09:02 PM by Marilyn from Grand Rapids MI
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These are great. My Mom's certified sitters loved them. They have great "handles", wash well, and really saved the linen changes. Beats the devil out of those flimsy, albeit pricey disposable pads!
Answered on Mar 2, 2013 8:57:20 PM by pacagirl from Alabama
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I don't think they were all that heavy duty but we got the larger bedpads and they covered quite a bit of the twin bed.
Answered on Mar 5, 2013 5:48:29 PM by Joyce from Riverview, MI
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I've used these on a variety of sized patients. They work well, easy to wash n dry. It saves on changing sheets all the time. Very worth the price and come in different sizes for you to choose from
Answered on May 3, 2013 11:55:12 PM by Lindabeth from Texas
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How many do Ireceive for $23.61?
Asked on Apr 13, 2012 9:34:30 AM by Suzie from Michigan
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If you order the 24x26 you would get 4. I ordered the 34x36 because my husband moves around alot. In that size you would get 3.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 9:30:42 PM by Marty from Ohio
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they come in sizes: 24"x34", 34"x36","34"x52", 44"x52"
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 11:11:58 PM by CDOWLING from HERNANDO, FL
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23"X34" $5.74, 34"X36" $7.24, 34"X52" $9.96
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 11:19:01 PM by CDOWLING from HERNANDO, FL
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depends on which size you are buying.
Answered on Jan 6, 2013 9:04:40 AM by DW from La Crosse, WI
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1 large and 2 medium
Answered on Jan 8, 2013 12:59:29 PM by ginger from lyons
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I received two. I have not used them yet but I will wash them in cold water to reduce shrinkage.
Answered on Jan 10, 2013 8:45:09 AM by Bev from Westminster
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I ordered a couple sets of both the 24" and next larger size and they worked great. I also have the chair size which is nice to keep in the car also.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 10:42:07 PM by DottieJ from Oviedo, Florida
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Do these shrink alot? I bought a different brand & they shrunk by about four inches in each direction after three washes in warm & dried on delicate.
Asked on Nov 16, 2011 1:15:13 AM by Conni from Las Vegas, NV
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I don't wash them in warm or hot water, wash them in cold and use bleach, no shrinkage and I dry them on low, no shrinkage in the dryer.
Answered on Feb 16, 2012 6:48:37 AM by Trainer from California
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No trouble with them, I just throw them in the washer set on heavy duty. I run them a second time in our dryer with auto dry to get them extra dry.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 5:39:04 PM by del from in
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No, they don't shrink if washed and dried according to the instruction tag. Not only that, but they last and last. I was afraid they would degrade and become frayed and worn, but that hasn't happened after several washings. I just bought more for travel. An excellent product choice.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 8:48:06 AM by Garry from San Diego, CA
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no they do not shrink.
Answered on Jan 8, 2013 12:56:42 PM by ginger from lyons
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wash in cold air dry or dry on low.
Answered on Jan 8, 2013 1:01:01 PM by ginger from lyons
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I wash all my reuseble pads in hot water and bleach and dry them with whites on hot. They did not schrink but did curl up a little on the corners. Do not use fabic softner, as that makes them leak.
Answered on Jan 9, 2013 3:29:23 AM by Liz from Oceanside, CA
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Bought two of the 34 X 52 for my nine-year old granddaughter when she visits as she still wets the bed occasionally. I place it crosswise over the regular mattress pad that covers a queen-sized mattress under her body where the mattress needs the most protection. It works great. I wash it in cold water and line-dry. So far it hasn't shrunk,is still absorbable, and the plastic backing is pliable and as good as new.
Answered on Jan 10, 2013 10:13:42 PM by Carolyn from Hot Springs, AR
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Bought for human use. Loaned to neighbor for pet use. Returned with bloody stain. Presoaked and washed in hot/heavy cycle. As for other reviewer, no shrinkage, but minor curling which is no problem.
Answered on Jan 13, 2013 4:12:50 PM by Leslie from Missouri
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I have found that after 2 months of washing they are holding up really well. No shrinkage like the other brands, and look like new.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 4:08:40 PM by Anna from TN
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I wash them in warm water with bleach and dry them on a cotton setting and have had no shrinkage or other problems. I have a dog who has a spinal condition that has resulted in the loss of use of his legs. We wash 3-4 of these every day. (We have a supply of 8-10 that we rotate.) They have held up very well after 7 months of continuous washing and drying.
Answered on Mar 25, 2014 7:13:33 AM by Boxer Mom from Cincinnati, OH
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Used a little over 6 months & washing on average once a week. The front (absorbing) part has shunk but the backing has not. This has made them curl & wont lay flat any more. Washed according to directions. They will be unusable in less than 1 year.
Answered on Nov 28, 2014 11:22:57 AM by tommyb from ca
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what sizes do these pads come in other than what is showing?
Asked on May 17, 2011 5:21:12 PM by Billie from Palm Desert Ca
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Look at the "add to cart" button. Just above is the choose an option. Click the down arrow for more sizes. Hope this helps.
Answered on Aug 20, 2011 9:55:10 AM by Rick from Moberly Mo
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what size is good enough for an average weight old person?
Asked on May 15, 2011 9:10:56 PM by smita from port orange
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My best guesstimate would be about 34X35 but the least I would ever go is 30X35
Answered on Aug 26, 2011 9:33:41 PM by judy from chicago
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I use the 34x52 for my dad as I put it long ways across the bed and can pull him up in his hospital bed with someone on the other side.
Answered on May 5, 2012 9:42:13 PM by CindyLou from New Orleans,la
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I bought 34x52 for DH and put them on his bed lenghtwise as they are almost the width of a twin bed and he occasionally slides down in his bed
Answered on Jan 20, 2013 10:51:28 AM by Caregiver from Indiana
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It depends on your usage. Are you using them for sitting in a chair, traveling, or only in bed. I purchased various sizes and have been very happy with them.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 10:49:45 PM by DottieJ from Oviedo, Florida
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I use the 34x36 size for my husband. This size seems to be the same size as is used in the hospital and rehab hospital he was in. It is easy to pull his up in the bed and covers all the important areas.
Answered on Apr 18, 2014 11:55:50 AM by Susan from Oxford, MA
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Part Number(s): 098 5076 03, 098 5076 04, 098 5076 05, 098 5076 01, 098 5076 02

Mfg Part Number(s): ZRUP2336R, ZRUP3436R, ZRUP3436FLR, ZRUP3654R