Hid 'N Tray is a bedside tray that'll fit right between your mattress and your box spring, so you can slide it out when you need it and slide it back in when you don't. This gray tray will also come in handy while you're on the couch, as it'll fit between one of your couch cushions and the bottom of your couch, too. While it's pulled out, it'll hold a variety of small items, such as your eyeglasses or a book.
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To set up your Hid 'N Tray, place it under your mattress (between it and your bed's box spring) and slide it in a couple to a few inches. Following that, sit or lie down on your bed, and the weight of your body will hold the tray in place. If the tray falls out onto the floor, you'll need to slide it just a bit further under the mattress than you did previously.
Once your tray is in place, you can then add virtually any drink that's in a can, bottle, mug, cup or glass to the round drink holder. This drink holder will accommodate the size and shape of most bottles, glasses, and such. It'll also help keep your drink from spilling in your bed or on your floor as you relax.
After you've added a drink to your cup holder, or have chosen not to, you'll be able to add other items to the main surface of your tray. It's good for holding onto remotes, phones, books, pencils, pens, eyeglasses, and other frequently needed objects so that you don't lose them. Each tray will hold up to 12 pounds of objects, including any drink that you have in the cup holder.
When you're done using your tray for a while, it'll be time to slide it further between your mattress and box spring for storage. Once you do that, no one will be able to see it and it won't be taking up any extra space in your room. Just remember to remove all the items that are resting on the tray from it before you slide it away, or you could have a mess on your hands.
Each Hid 'N Tray comes in a shade of dark gray, a gender and age-neutral shade that will look decent with the decor in a variety of rooms. A dark gray tray also won't show any dirt it happens to pick up as much as a white or pastel-colored tray would.
All of these trays offer 100 square inches of space, which will be enough to hold at least three small objects at once.
The Hid 'N Tray is quite thin and sleek, as opposed to being bulky-looking, but that doesn't mean it's not durable. As long as you don't overload the tray with more than 12 pounds of items on a regular basis, it may not incur any damage for several years or more.
On one side of each of these trays, there's a handful of LED lights that you'll be able to use as night lights while you're in a dark room. If you don't have any other night light, these will be especially helpful to you, since you'll no longer have to turn on a bigger light and almost blind yourself when you need to see. LED lights tend to last for years without burning out, so these lights may continue to provide you with illumination throughout the entire lifetime of the tray they're attached to.
Due to the fact that each Hid 'N Tray is fairly lightweight, you'll be able to move it quickly. If you've used it in bed and want to use it on the couch instead, all you'll need to do is remove the items that are on it and carry it there. Plus, if you want to drive it somewhere, it'll only take up a foot or two of space in your vehicle, although it hasn't been designed to slide out from underneath a car seat.
One of these trays is ideal to have in a small dwelling such as a bachelor apartment or dorm room, especially if the person living there doesn't have a bedside table to store things on. Unlike an extra piece of furniture, it won't take up space that you might want to use to walk around. Regardless of whether you've used it in bed or on the couch, you'll be able to shove it all the way under your mattress or a couch cushion when it's not in use. Until you want it, it'll be like it's not even there.
If you have no tray or bedside table, you might just decide to hold onto a drink as you drink it in bed, and then it might end up spilling all over your sheets. The same goes for any food that you may be eating. Fortunately, using a Hid 'N Tray will keep your drink securely in place and your food sitting flat so they'll be far less likely to spill (and possibly ruin your bedding).
Your Hid 'N Tray will also help you keep track of objects that you might normally lose, such as your glasses or the remote control for your television. Instead of tossing them onto your bed somewhere, and then having to dig through the covers later when you want to use them, you'll be able to place them on your tray. That way, you'll always know where they are and that they're safe from accidentally being sat upon.
Unfortunately, as mentioned, you won't be able to use this tray in its full capacity in a car, even if you're a passenger. If you're sitting in a front seat, the space between the seat and the floor will likely be too large to hold it securely. In a back seat, you'll normally find no space between the seat and the floor for a tray to be slid into. Therefore, if you want to keep food, drinks and other items completely secure in the car, you'll need to find another type of tray or another method of securing them altogether.
It's a good idea to clean your Hid 'N Tray on a regular basis (once a week or so), especially if you often eat food directly from it. If you don't clean it, dirt could end up getting in your food or touching other personal items you might put on the tray, such as a hairbrush. The best way to clean one of these trays is to take a damp cloth and wipe it off, and then dry it with a different cloth.
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