When it comes to caring for your KayCey garment, all necessary information is available in the composition label but we have included a bit more information for those difficult-to-remove stains:
Paying special attention to water temperature and other laundry basics will help you ensure the longevity of your KayCey garment. Do not exceed washing temperatures of 400C and always wash with like colours.
Kaycey garments should be air-dried but low temperature tumble-drying is possible. Our garments don’t shrink!
Stains in your KayCey garments are among the most challenging aspects of having a child with special needs. Food, urine and poo stains are a regular occurrence that any parent wants to conquer effectively so that your child can be both comfortable and clean. Cleaning both your child and their garments will help keep bad odours and rashes at bay.
Food stains on your child’s KayCey garments can be removed efficiently. To help you remove food stains, follow these four easy steps:
When your child has urine stains in their garments, removing the garment as soon as possible for washing is imperative to removing the stain. Cleaning your child with warm water and mild soap before redressing your child will help keep stains from being transferred to new garments while ensuring your child is comfortable.
When it comes to cleaning poo stains off your KayCey garment, you can follow these steps:
KayCey garments are designed for children and young adults with additional needs who need adaptive clothing as part of their everyday routine. The range of conditions are endless.
There are a range of conditions where a child can benefit from a KayCey bodysuit. As a general rule, they may be used by children who are single/double incontinent, smear, shred nappies, undress frequently and/or who have stomas for PEG/tube feeding or access for the removal of waste or the administration of medication.
The following conditions (but not limited to) could require a KayCey bodysuit: autism; eczema; cerebral palsy; downs syndrome; rhett syndrome; global development delay; children in braces and wheelchairs; children with supra-pubic catheters; angelman syndrome; fragile X; and lissencephaly etc..
The list of places where KayCey garments can be used daily is endless. Our parents and carers have found uses of KayCey not only at home but also residentials, hospitals, and special needs school. We find parents find them very useful for days out to the beach or parks as well as camping. Either way their use is highly beneficial in the interaction with children with special needs.