Kids Zip Sheets is my brain child that originated from a camping trip back in 2011. My children always kicked their sheets off and slid around in their sleeping bags so to keep them from getting cold, my husband and I came up with the idea of designing a secure cover for the kids that would prevent them from kicking off the sheets.
The initial design was made from a single sheet with releasable clasps that clipped onto the camping stretcher beds that we could then place the sleeping bag over the top like a duvet. Just as expected, it worked like a charm and prevented the kids from kicking them off and kept them warm all night. We then realised that the next best place for this genius invention – was home!
After making a few modifications so that the sheets fitted securely to a bed mattress, Kids Zip Sheets was conceived and ready for home use in 2013.
Kids Zip Sheets is a registered Trade Mark and has managed to penetrate the baby and children’s market here in Australia and internationally. We have seen our brand expand into New Zealand, Canada, U.S.A. and U.K. Seeing our product reach out to these countries has motivated me to push harder in making the world experience the benefits that Kids Zip Sheets offers. If you are based abroad and would like to know more about becoming a distributor of Kids Zip Sheets then please email us. Kids Zip Sheets is here and we intend to stay and be part of the lives of children and parents around the world.
Kids Zip Sheets was developed right here in Australia at my dining table with my sewing machine. Some of our designs are produced overseas but our striped and owl patterned sets in all sizes are proudly made and manufactured right here in Australia and I don’t think there are too many products out on the market that can say that. Together with my international team, we are coming up with new colours and additional options to provide you with a wider array of product choices.
This product was Patented on 9th May 2013 and prohibits others from manufacturing, using and/or selling this invention in Australia and New Zealand without our company’s consent. Any breaches of this Patent will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.