Baby Cribs. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 07:36:24 AM
Of course safety should be a priority when searching for a baby crib, and therefore safety is a priority for companies such as LaJobi, as their Europa Baby Collections are safety certified and meet the latest safety standards criteria, they are all JPMA certified and conform to CPSC and ASTM safety standards. The finishes and items that are painted are free from lead and heavy metals.
A second regulation deals with holes or decorative cutouts on the headboard. These should not exceed 2 3/8" also to avoid your child`s head being stuck. Purchasing a crib with a solid head board is probably the best way to go. The third regulation by the Commission suggests that you check to make sure that none of the vertical bars on a crib side are broken off. You should be sure that all the bars in the crib are sturdy and intact. Any missing bars will leave a big gap that can cause your child to slip through and fall to the floor.
Look for cribs made from solid hardwood by craftspeople who know what they`re doing. Many companies interested in traditional style, quality furniture are turning to Amish craftsmen for their products, and the results are worth it. This kind of crib is handmade, and can be made to order, so it`ll work with your particular needs, even if they`re a little unusual.
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