We’re excited by the response we’re receiving from crowdfunding parents to Peejamas, which not only helps them potty-train their children more quickly, but also more affordably and in a way that’s better for the environment.
SALT LAKE CITY (PRWEB) February 22, 2018
Crowdfunding backers looking for a more eco-friendly and affordable alternative to disposal diapers have made Peejamas a success – investing more than $16,000 to help the product surpass its campaign goal less than a week after its launch on Kickstarter.
“We’re excited by the response we’re receiving from crowdfunding parents to Peejamas, which not only helps them potty-train their children more quickly, but also more affordably and in a way that’s better for the environment,” said Peejamas Founder and CEO Craig Hammond.
Created with children in mind, Peejamas are stylish, functional pajamas that eliminate the need for nighttime diapers. Made with highly absorbent, re-washable materials, Peejamas capture and contain urine and can be washed over 300 times before they lose their absorbency.
Hammond came up with the idea for the product while he and his wife were potty-training their three-year-old son.
“We faced a constant dilemma of whether to put him in a pull-up at night and almost guarantee that he would pee in it, or let him go diaper-less and risk him peeing in the sheets with the hope of him learning more quickly,” Hammond said.
Finding no product on the market to help, Hammond developed Peejamas.
“Peejamas solve a big problem for parents with toddlers, helping their little boys and girls potty-train faster while keeping unnecessary chemicals from touching their skin,” he said.
Peejamas are also 66 percent cheaper on a per usage basis and when the cost of pajamas are factored in, the cost-savings are even greater compared to disposable diapers.
Hammond says Peejamas also eliminate the need for parents to continually wash sheets every time their child wets the bed.
“Throwing a pair of pajamas in with the rest of the dirty laundry is significantly easier and more convenient than pulling the sheets off the bed in the middle of the night to wash them - especially if that’s happening on consecutive nights,” he said.
When using Peejamas, parents will also know they are using the eco-friendliest potty-training aid on the planet – especially when compared to disposal diapers. Disposable diapers result in billions of pounds of waste added to landfills each year, so parents who shift from using disposal diapers to Peejamas can feel good knowing they are having a tremendous positive impact on our environment.
“There’s really been no new product developed for parents beyond the ‘use-once-and-throw-away disposable diaper’ in several years, so crowdfunders are proving the time is right for the Peejamas solution,” Hammond said.
For more information, and to purchase Peejamas at an early-bird discount during crowd-funding, visit the Peejamas Campaign Page on Kickstarter.