Peejamas offers parents with a solution that’s not only more effective in potty-training their children more quickly, but is also more cost-effective and more eco-friendly than the traditional disposable diaper.
SALT LAKE CITY (PRWEB) March 12, 2018
Many first-time crowdfunders have pushed presales of Peejamas past the $30,000 mark on Kickstarter – more than double the campaign goal set for the new more eco-friendly, affordable alternative to disposal diapers -- as the product enters its final weeks of crowdfunding on Kickstarter.
“The response from our crowdfunding backers has been great, and we’re especially proud to see that the majority of those supporting Peejamas are first-time crowdfunders,” said Peejamas Founder and CEO Craig Hammond. “I’m sure that many are parents who are looking for a better way to potty-train their children more quickly, more affordably and in a more sustainable method for our environment.”
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.
Developed with both children and their parents in mind, Hammond developed the concept for Peejamas while he and his wife were potty-training their three-year-old son – faced with the choice of either putting him in a pull-up at night, which nearly guaranteed that he would pee in it, or letting him go diaper-less and taking the risk of him peeing in the sheets in the hopes of potty-training more quickly.
“Neither alternative was a very good option, and we couldn’t find any product on the market that could solve our dilemma,” Hammond said. “Peejamas offers parents facing the same problem with a solution that’s not only more effective in potty-training their children more quickly, but is also more cost-effective and more eco-friendly than the traditional disposable diaper.”
In addition to speeding the potty-training process, Peejamas are designed to keep unnecessary chemicals from touching toddlers’ skin. Peejamas are also 66 percent cheaper on a per usage basis compared to disposable diapers, and when the cost of the pajamas is factored in, the savings are even greater.
“Peejamas also eliminate the need for parents to continually wash sheets every time their child wets the bed, which can be a big time-saver during potty-training,” Hammond said. “Throwing a pair of pajamas in with the rest of the dirty laundry is much 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 several nights in a row.”
With Peejamas, parents will also know they are using the eco-friendliest potty-training aid on the planet – especially when compared to disposable diapers. Disposable diapers result in billions of pounds of waste added to landfills each year, so parents who shift to using Peejamas will know they are having a tremendous positive impact on the environment.
For more information, and to purchase Peejamas at an early-bird discount during crowdfunding, visit the Peejamas Campaign Page on Kickstarter.