Figuring out which bed to buy for your baby can be a confusing process since there are so many options on offer, from Moses baskets to swinging cribs to cot beds you can even put them to bed in a swinging hammock if you like. Bumper to bumper While cot bumpers can help your nursery to look very sweet, you're better off skipping them invest in an eye-catching wall print if you're looking to add some pattern and colour to your space.
Baby Shopping Guides Buyer's guide to baby mattresses Whether you buy a Moses basket, crib, cot or cotbed, you'll need to think about a mattress. Here's how to buy the right one 1 of Ad break What is a baby mattress?
There are even baby mattresses for hanging cradles.
The main baby mattress types are foam, sprung, pocket sprung, natural fibre, or even a combination of any of the above.
Should you buy new or secondhand? Your baby needs a firm, clean and supportive mattress.
The danger with a secondhand mattress is that it can have lost its shape and may contain hidden bacteria and dust mites. It will also probably be less comfortable. If you are not able to do this, use the one you have, as long as it was made with a completely waterproof cover and has no tears, cracks or holes.
Clean and dry it thoroughly. What size do you need?
It completely depends on the bed your little one will be sleeping on — but the great news is that baby bed mattresses come in all different shapes and sizes to suit.
There may be a sticker with your cot or basket that recommends the ideal size, whilst some shops list their mattresses by brand of cot or pram. Generally, the depth of the mattress should not exceed 10cm for cots and it will be thinner for Moses baskets. What type do you want? Whichever type of mattress you choose, it needs to be firm. Squeeze the edges and the centre of the mattress to ensure that support is there.
You can choose from the following types, which generally increase in price: Foam — the cheapest option providing a core of foam, often encased in a wipeable, waterpoof cover look for non-toxic PVC.
Choose a high-density foam providing good support and comfort. Some foam mattresses also have ventilation holes. Sprung — made with sturdy coils offering firm support.
Pocket sprung — constructed from individual steel springs sewn into small fabric pockets. Natural fibre — such as coir, coconut, latex, mohair, lambswool, cashmere or silk, which are recommended for their properties of moisture absorption.
PurFlo - a hollow mattress, made by PurFlo, that has good air circulation and is similar price to a pocket sprung mattress. All baby mattresses are covered with an outer fabric layer.
But not all of these covers will be removable for washing. You can also buy a separate spare mattress cover to make it easier to keep your mattress clean and deal with those inevitable nappy explosions. Ideally, choose a mattress with a removable cover that can be washed at 60 degrees as that is the temperature needed to kill the dreaded dust mites.
Cribs for babies are very simple in design but their execution has to be perfect so that there are no rough edges or pointy corners where your baby could get hurt. A great, space saving item as not only is it a cotbed but it comes with a cot-top changer and an under-cot drawer. Go shop your statement friend for life… Want it All?
Some mattresses also come with moveable waterproof sleeves within the cover to protect the core. Specialist baby mattress manufacturers will allow you to select different types of fabric covers, such as: We've got more baby products here
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