For the perfect Pjama experience, read below how to use your Pjama’s
If you are using Pjama as continence aid
Make sure you have the right size so that it tightly fits the waist (not too tight). Use the waistband to adjust if necessary. Make sure to look at our size guide before purchasing your Pjama.
When you have accidental wetting, the Pjama inner layer absorbs the urine whilst staying dry on the outside protecting the bedding. The wearer senses when the Pjama becomes moist inside. The Pjama is not designed to be dry on the inside but discreetly provides feedback to the wearer when they are wetting themselves. Please see below regarding using our alarm to educate and overcome the problem of bedwetting for the child.
Pjama is made of a material that has antibacterial properties to avoid possible rashes. However, we cannot guarantee that a wearer with sensitive skin will not experience rashes.
If you are using Pjama as a bedwetting treatment solution
- When preparing, make sure your child is included and aware of the procedure if an accident happens. Make sure to test the alarm before using it on the child for the first time.
- Choose alarm signal and volume on your speaker.
- Download the Pjama app and connect it to the parents’ phone. This will give the parent an indication that an accident has occurred.
- Attach the sensor to your pants/shorts.
- Do not keep the speaker more than 20 meters away from the sensor.
- When the alarm goes off, wake your child and go to the bathroom. It is important for the child to wake up.
- Remove the sensor, turn the pants/shorts inside out, and wash them.
- Do not forget to log the accident in your Pjama app so you can keep track on your child’s progress.
Make sure to test the alarm before using it on the child for the first time. Let the child be involved in choosing what sound they want the alarm to make when it goes off. Then try out the alarm to teach the child what to do and what to expect when the alarm goes off.