After 2-3 months, our 9yo daughter stays completely dry, but the progress was actually very fast already during the first few weeks. We're going to test the alarm on our 7yo son now.
In less than 2 months our son has gone from wetting almost every night to completely dry. He is a different child- Happy, confident and so proud of his achievement. The alarm plus the story book and all the parental tips are a wonderful combination to achieving success.
The product does exactly what it says it will, easy to use. The service, advice and help when asked is great, informative and very fast.
Our 7yo was potty trained by age 3 but was wetting at night. We used the DRI sleeper alarm for about 3 months and last night was no 14 of dry straight nights! This included one night when he actually got up and went to the toilet. It worked!
The first few weeks were a worry as he wouldn't wake up to the alarm (despite it waking up the neighbourhood!). The other concern I had was that the alarm was going off about three times a night so I thought there might be a bigger problem with his urine production i.e. he produces too much urine. Our GP quickly rubbished that theory lol! So we persevered.
My only bit of advice is to follow the instructions to the letter and be positive. There were a couple of times when he asked when is it going to stop :-( You need to be positive for your child and keep going.
I admit I was sceptical about the process (i.e. the alarm goes off AFTER he wets??) The process shows that the message does get through to them eventually to either wake up or to hold it in. It's awesome. Thank you Karen and team.
Just turned 5 year old Daughter was a really heavy sleeper. She was quite excited about her alarm and was happy to use it. Was consistently dry after about 3 weeks of using it.
Cold or warm gently machine wash. Tumble dry on low heat or line dry in shade. Do not iron. Do not dry clean. Do not use fabric softener. Do not use bleach.
It is a good idea to wash your brolly sheets before use as this will soften the fabric and increase the absorbency.
It’s a good idea to have two – one on the bed and one in the wash – so you’re never caught out. What’s more, they’re a cinch to wash: simply throw in the machine and then in the dryer or on the line.