Published at Saturday, 05 May 2018. crib. By Agata Sundberg.
And while we are on the subject, manufacturers go pick up treated wood to make furniture but do they know (or care) what they were treated with? If your local handy-man were making you a piece of furniture, when he went to his local hardware store, would he ask if this wood has been treated with formaldehyde? We all know that this would be unsafe for our little bundle of joy that puts their little mouths on everything, and formaldehyde based products are commonly used to treat wood even up to this day.
Second how many of us were able to, or have known a child that was somehow able to get out of their crib. Usually it happens with older children but that is a scary thought within itself. Children are innovative and they tend to find a way to bypass old or under tested products. Does that make you feel better about the old designs of cribs?
This is a beautiful and well-built crib that converts to a toddler bed and a full size bed. To convert to a toddler bed you simply get rid of the front rail and replace it with the toddler rail. (toddler rail is usually included) For the full size conversion you’ll use the crib’s head/footboard, plus full size conversion rails and full size mattress.
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