StayMade Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Fund World's Most Innovative Children's Bedding

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Parents everywhere encounter problems when dealing with kids bedding; the StayMade solves those problems all while looking like normal bedding.

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"This is genius because it's a comforter... a fitted sheet, and a flat sheet, and it just zips together."

The StayMade, a set of bedding pieces for kids that are connected by a patented structure of zippers, has been released on Kickstarter to solve the problem of unmade beds and unruly sheets.

Parents everywhere encounter three main challenges when dealing with kid’s beds: 1. Keeping the bed made and looking nice, 2. Keeping the blankets and sheets on children as they sleep so that they stay warm, and 3. Keeping the mattress and bedding protected from "accidents" at night while children are being potty trained. The StayMade solves all of those problems, all while looking like normal bedding.

Each piece of the StayMade can easily be zipped in, or out, of the main structure. With this modular design changing colors, adding accessories, or adjusting the thickness of the layers is fast and easy.

In speaking about the StayMade, local Salt Lake City blogger Jordan Page said, "This is genius because it's a comforter... a fitted sheet, and a flat sheet, and it just zips together." Heather Johnson, professor of Family Studies at Brigham Young University in Orem, Utah also found value in the StayMade, "I would recommend this to not just mothers... I would recommend this to anyone."

Entrepreneurs Craig Morris and Nate Bradshaw, who have spent their careers helping other businesses launch their products, have released the StayMade in hopes they can use their talents to bring their own valuable product to the market. Craig Morris, CEO of StayMade Products LLC shared his excitement about the product, "We feel so good about the launch of the StayMade because we have always looked at is as customers. That has helped us craft a product that we truly love and use daily."

Morris and Bradshaw have gone to Kickstarter so that they can increase their initial order size of the product to drive the price down for their customers.

For more information about the StayMade or its Kickstarter Campaign, visit or or reach Nate Bradshaw at nate(at)staymade(dot)com.

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