How KneeBees Work
The Science Behind KneeBees Knee Pads
Q: Why should babies wear knee pads when crawling?
A: When babies begin to crawl, their knees can be exposed to rough surfaces that could cause scrapes and discomfort. KneeBees provide a layer of protection, allowing your baby to explore their world freely and comfortably. Our knee pads are made from soft, stretchable material that doesn't restrict movement, making them ideal for babies who crawl.
Q: What are some of the nasty things that can be hiding in my carpet and pose a danger to my crawling baby?
A: Your carpet can harbor various harmful substances and organisms that may pose a risk to your crawling baby's health. Some of the common concerns include bugs and insect feces, mold and fungus, germs and bacteria, skin flakes, and even dog and cat waste. It is important to maintain a clean and hygienic environment for your crawling baby. Regular vacuuming, deep cleaning, and taking preventive measures, such as using knee pads like KneeBees, can help protect your baby from the potential risks associated with a dirty carpet.
Q: How do bugs and insect feces end up in the carpet?
A: Different insects can get caught in the fibers of your carpet and become food for other microorganisms. Additionally, bugs need to defecate, and their waste often ends up trapped in your carpet, creating an unhygienic environment.
Q: Can mold and fungus grow in carpets?
A: Yes, if moisture is trapped in your carpet, it can become a breeding ground for mold and fungus. These can lead to infections and skin rashes, which can be harmful to your crawling baby.
Q: Are there germs and bacteria present in carpets?
A: According to experts, carpets can contain a high number of bacteria, with estimates ranging up to 200,000 bacteria per square inch. Some of the potentially harmful bacteria that may be present include E. coli, staphylococcus, Campylobacter, and salmonella. These can lead to serious skin infections and other health issues.
Q: Do skin flakes in carpets pose a problem?
A: While human skin flakes themselves are not dangerous, they can serve as a food source for dust mites. Dust mite allergies are common, and the presence of dust mites in carpets can potentially trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals, including your crawling baby.
Q: Can dog and cat waste in carpets be harmful?
A: Yes, dog and cat waste, including fecal matter and urine, can be introduced to your carpets and pose a risk when in contact with the skin. Even if you don't have pets, animal waste can be brought into your home on the soles of shoes, potentially causing infection problems for your crawling baby.
Q: What makes KneeBees the best knee pads for crawling babies?
A: KneeBees are made from a patented double layer of highly stretchable material that provides superior comfort and protection. Unlike other knee pads, KneeBees are designed to stay in place, even during active crawling, ensuring continuous protection for your baby's knees. Our unique, patented design is a testament to the innovation and quality that goes into every pair of KneeBees. Our customers have found them to be highly effective, as evidenced by our numerous positive reviews.
Q: What are KneeBees knee pads?
A: KneeBees knee pads are a unique patented product designed to protect children's knees from scrapes, scratches, scuffs, and grazes. They have a double-layered design: upon impact, the outside layer absorbs the friction, and the inside layer, which is close to the skin, stays in place to provide protection.
Q: How are KneeBees different from other knee pads?
A: KneeBees knee pads are different from other knee pads in their unique double-layered design, which works to absorb impact and protect the knees. They are made out of a highly stretchable material that allows for full range of motion without any restriction. Moreover, they are soft, comfortable, and easy to care for.
Q: What do customers say about KneeBees knee pads?
A: Customers have praised KneeBees for being effective at protecting their children's knees. Some reviews mention that the knee pads prevent redness, irritation, and wounds, and are also useful for when children first start to crawl or walk.
Q: Can KneeBees knee pads be worn on elbows?
A: Yes, KneeBees knee pads can be worn on the elbows for added protection. They are designed to provide cushioning and protection for sensitive areas such as the elbows, as well as the knees. Whether for crawling, playtime, or other activities, KneeBees knee pads can be versatile in offering comfort and safeguarding vulnerable joints. However, it's important to note that KneeBees knee pads are not specifically designed to protect against broken bones. For sports activities or situations with a higher risk of impact or injury, it is recommended to use appropriate elbow pads specifically designed for those purposes.
Q: Are KneeBees knee pads suitable for sports activities?
A: No, KneeBees knee pads are not specifically designed for sports activities. They are primarily intended to provide protection for babies and young children during crawling and other everyday activities. It is recommended to use appropriate protective gear specifically designed for sports activities to ensure maximum safety.
Q: Can KneeBees knee pads be used as elbow pads for sports activities?
A: While KneeBees knee pads can be worn on the elbows for added protection, they are not specifically designed for sports activities with a higher risk of injury. It is important to use appropriate elbow pads specifically designed for sports activities to ensure maximum protection and safety.
Q: How do you wash KneeBees knee pads?
A: KneeBees knee pads are machine washable in warm water. They may be tumble dried, but bleaching is not recommended.
Q: Are KneeBees knee pads adjustable?
A: KneeBees knee pads are very stretchy and can be manually adjusted to the desired width. If they are stretched too much, washing them will revert them to their original size.
Q: What ages are KneeBees suitable for?
A: KneeBees are designed to protect kids up to the age of 8.
Q: Do you offer free shipping for KneeBees knee pads?
A: Yes, we offer free shipping for KneeBees knee pads within the Continental USA. Please note that free shipping is specifically available for orders within the Continental USA. Shipping fees may apply to international orders or orders outside of the Continental USA.
Q: What are the prices of KneeBees knee pads?
A: The prices of KneeBees knee pads vary depending on the specific product. Here are the prices of some KneeBees knee pads:
Glow-In-The-Dark Knee Pads for Kids (6 months to 8 + years): Regular price USD 19.99
Soft Knee Pads / Knee Protectors for Older Kids / Children: Regular price USD 14.99 USD.
Soft Knee Pads For Crawling Babies / Toddlers with Rubber Traction: Regular price USD 16.99.
Soft Protective Elbow Pads for Kids: Regular price $14.99 USD
Q: What happens if loose threads appear on the knee pads after use?
A: It's normal for loose threads to appear after some use since KneeBees knee pads are made mostly from cotton. These threads can be carefully cut without affecting the quality of the product. The knee pads are durable and can be washed and worn repeatedly.
Q: Can KneeBees knee pads benefit patients with Spina Bifida?
A: Yes, KneeBees knee pads can benefit patients with Spina Bifida by providing protection for the knee and elbow skin areas during physical therapy exercises. The knee and elbow areas are subjected to tremendous stress during physical therapy, which can result in friction burns or mat burns. KneeBees knee pads can help prevent friction burns and provide comfort during physical therapy sessions.
Q: Can KneeBees knee pads benefit patients with Cerebral Palsy (CP)?
A: Yes, KneeBees knee pads can benefit patients with Cerebral Palsy by providing protection and support to the knee and elbow areas. Cerebral Palsy affects a person's ability to move and maintain balance and posture, and KneeBees knee pads can help protect vulnerable joints during physical activities.
Q: Can KneeBees knee pads benefit patients with blood disorders such as Hemophilia A, Hemophilia B, and Von Willebrand Disease (VWD)?
A: KneeBees knee pads can provide added protection for patients with blood disorders such as Hemophilia A, Hemophilia B, and Von Willebrand Disease. These conditions involve a decreased ability of the blood to clot normally, which can result in excessive bleeding. KneeBees knee pads can help cushion and protect the knees from potential injuries and minimize the risk of bleeding complications.
Q: Can KneeBees knee pads benefit patients with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)?
A: KneeBees knee pads can benefit patients with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) by providing support and protection to the knees and elbows. EDS is a connective tissue disorder that affects the skin, joints, and blood vessel walls. KneeBees knee pads can help stabilize joints, prevent injuries, and reduce the risk of excessive bruising and bleeding.
Q: Can KneeBees knee pads benefit children with Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy, blood disorders, and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome?
A: Yes, KneeBees knee pads are recommended for children with Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy, blood disorders, and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. These knee pads offer soft, comfortable, and flexible protection for the knees and elbows during physical activities, helping to prevent friction burns, bruises, and injuries. They are designed to stay in place and provide a comfortable fit for children with various health conditions.
Q: Where can I find knee pads for specific health conditions?
A: KneeBees knee pads are designed to provide protection and support for children with various health conditions. You can find KneeBees knee pads online on their official website or through various online retailers. They offer soft knee pads made of high-quality materials that are suitable for children with specific health conditions. Additionally, you can explore other knee pad options available in stores or online, keeping in mind the specific needs and comfort of the child.
KneeBees knee pads are a perfect accessory for babies who are first learning to crawl and walk.