Introducing compatible organic bamboo mattress covers for The Pop N’ Go Playpen®

These soft and protective covers go above and beyond at making the Pop N’ Go Playpen® that much better — but that's not surprising when it comes to The California Beach Company.

Los Angeles, United States - July 10, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Anyone who’s seen the Pop N’ Go Playpen ® knows how cute, comfortable, and durable it is on its own. The California Beach Co. is now taking it one step further, cranking up these characteristics with their new organic bamboo mattress covers.

These fabric covers are made of all-natural bamboo fibers — a material known for its strength, softness, and hypoallergenic qualities. Snag one or two of these wraps, and you’ll find they come in clutch for a few different reasons.

For one, they’ll keep the inside of your Pop N’ Go Playpen ® clean and dry by offering a protective layer. When accidents happen, these covers easily peel off and can be taken through the wash with no problem.

You can create a naptime haven with the simple addition of one of these covers as well. This product works similarly to a fitted sheet, so add some pillows, blankets, and voíla — you’ll have an epic sleep space in no time.

Although they feel gentle and snuggly, these tough covers really stand their ground. Their custom fit will hold tight to the Pop ‘N Go mattress, no matter what rambunctious activities it encounters.

They’re also comfy and cute! As of yet, these come in three gender-neutral patterns; “whimsical wave,” “royal rainbow,” and “mini-mountain.”

“It’s important to us that the Pop N’ Go Playpen ® provides more than just convenience,” says Austin Wright, CEO and Co-Founder of The California Beach Co. “Comfort, safety, and cleanliness are our top priorities — these bamboo covers hit all three marks.”

These playful protectors are currently on pre-order, and will be ready for shipment in the next three to four weeks. Until then, you can reserve yours online by placing an order ahead of time.

About The California Beach Co.

The California Beach Co. was founded in 2018, and instantly became a Kickstarter and Indiegogo smash hit — raising over $500,000 in the first 30 days of operations. The patented Pop N’ Go Playpen® is widely known as the most lightweight and portable playpen in the world — aiming to serve parents and pet owners by making unique, innovative, and high-quality products that make parenting easier. They have now expanded to multiple eCommerce channels and have their sights set on international expansion to Canada, Australia, Japan, United Kingdom, and more. Click here to shop or learn more about The California Beach Co.

Contact Info:
Name: Austin Wright
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Organization: The California Beach Co.
Address: 8601 Lincoln Blvd Suite 180-560, Los Angeles, CA 90045, United States
Website: https://thecaliforniabeachco.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88968034

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