Childrens Mattress Temperature Regulating Waterproof Allergy-Free Bed Launched

5 Little Monkeys announced an innovative triple-layer bedding system for children. Featuring improved thermal regulation and ideal postural support and made of waterproof and hypoallergenic materials, the mattress is designed to promote healthier sleep for children of all ages.

Commerce, United States - February 14, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

5 Little Monkeys has launched an innovative sleep system designed to help children enjoy a healthier, more comfortable sleep. To add to a child’s excitement the door-to-door delivery is geared toward tots to teens with a monkey logo and play castle door cutout for tons of fun! And of course, a plush sleep time monkey is included!

The popular brand’s scientifically-designed triple-layer mattress offers temperature regulation and sustained support for a healthy sleep posture. The thermal regulation and allergy-free materials including CertiPUR-US foam certified to have no harmful chemicals. The mattress is ideal for parents interested in a safer and more comfortable sleep environment for their children.

More information can be found at https://5littlemonkeysbed.com.

The mattress protector is waterproof, machine-washable and hypoallergenic, and the customized pillow is designed to promote correct spinal alignment. To ensure high standards of quality and customer satisfaction, the company offers a 15-year warranty on its proprietary sleep system. Customers also benefit from the “100-Night Rest Test”, a no-risk, full-refund satisfaction warranty. The company also guarantees 24-hour shipping and charges no shipping or return fees.

5 Little Monkeys is the result of years of research undertaken by bedding, fashion, and textile specialists and husband-wife founders Jason and Courtney Harrow. The system has been successfully tested by children of all ages and has been appreciated for its improved comfort and convenience.

A satisfied customer said: “I have always been thoughtful when choosing products for my children, most importantly those that aide in their development. I love the philosophy behind 5 Little Monkeys. They take careful thought and consideration into every mattress to ensure each child has a solid night’s sleep. My daughters were over the moon to watch their mattress grow outside the box and, of course, the stuffed monkey to boot. My eldest is even sleeping longer nights!”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Jason Harrow
Organization: 5 Little Monkeys
Address: 5959 Corvette Street, Commerce, California 90040, United States
Phone: +1-844-325-5555

For more information, please visit https://5littlemonkeysbed.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 300502

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