Cardinal Health Essentials™ Reusable Underpads - Reusable Hospital Mattress Pads

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Cardinal Health Essentials™ Reusable Underpads - Reusable Hospital Mattress Pads
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Features:
  • 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
  • DISCLAIMER: This product contains chemicals known by the state of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.
Product Overview:

Reliamed (Grayson) Reusable Bedpads


Allegro Medical presents the Grayson Reusable Bedpads which offer fourlayers 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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Cardinal Health Essentials™ Reusable Underpads - Reusable Hospital Mattress Pads Reviews Summary
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Average Rating
733 reviews
698 out of 722 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)
1-2 of 733 reviews
Good product

Pros:
Protective. Comfortable. Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. Home. Bladder Problems.

Used on Twin Bed for wetting problems. Works perfectly for that and washes well.

by from LA California
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
21 person found this review helpful
Warning on Package

Pros:
Comfortable.
Cons:
Cancer Warning.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User.

There is a warning on the front of this package that is not mentioned in the listing. The warning says:

by from Michigan
  No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
7 person found this review helpful
1-2 of 733 reviews
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Cardinal Health Essentials™ Reusable Underpads - Reusable Hospital Mattress Pads
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9 Questions | 31 Answers
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Will typical laundry detergent and bleach get the smell of urine out of the pad?
Asked on May 11, 2015 1:03:37 PM by JB from Tulsa
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Yes, but you may also need to use something like Spray and Wash on the spot. It helps take some of the smell off, too, along with stain marks.
Answered on May 22, 2015 5:28:18 AM by sjkrohn  from Florida
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I use Tide and Clorox (mountain fresh scent) and it removes odor. But I wash them immediately on a full sanitize wash cycle.
Answered on Jun 14, 2015 1:00:11 PM by jborowifeandmom  from Jonesboro, GA
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I have tried all kinds of hints from folks about getting the urine odor out of the pads and clothing. Baking soda, vinegar, odor removers etc didn't really help. Urea salts bond to the fabric and I needed to find something that would detached the salts. I found 2 methods that worked the best but not perfect. I bought dog kennel odor remover by the gallon. I had a top loading washer. I would fill the tub with hot water and one cup of the kennel stuff, soak all the bed pads and clothing in the tub for at minimum an hour but probably best over night then washed using a clothing detergent that contained enzymes. That is a long process and worked pretty well. The second way was more expensive up front but I suspect over a few years will even out. I bought a washing machine that had a "santizing" cycle. This is most important that the machine have this cycle. Not all machines on the market have this. The cycle is nearly 2 hours long however it even took out cat urine odor from a basket of clothes with only using one of those pod detergents. I have been washing the bed pads for a year with the new washer on the sanitize cycle and have had no problems and I have a very sensitive nose. My cousin owns several assisted living places and she uses a product called Huracan 40. I bought some--a little goes a long way and it works pretty well on a regular clothing cycle. You can search for it on the internet. The prices vary but it comes in a 3 gallon bucket, it is a powder and you only use about 3 TBS in an HE washer. Hope this helps someone with the problem.
Answered on Jan 29, 2016 3:35:50 PM by Janis  from Wisconsin
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We haven't had any problem using just laundry soap and baking soda. We do however get them into the washing machine before the urine dries.
Answered on Mar 2, 2017 12:38:27 AM by SKLCH  from WA
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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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No, not plastic, but a similar type of material. They haven't broken down on me yet, and I end up washing all of them about 3 times a week now for close to 2 years.
Answered on May 22, 2015 5:29:35 AM by sjkrohn  from Florida
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Part Number(s): 098 5076 01, 098 5076 02, 098 5076 03, 098 5076 04

Mfg Part Number(s): ZRUP2336R, ZRUP3436R, 13436FL, 13452

Scrip Part Number(s): 098 5076 01, 098 5076 02, 098 5076 03, 098 5076 04


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