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Cribs used today should be manufactured after June 2011 (when the current safety standards banning the manufacture or sale of drop-side rail cribs became effective). Though an antique crib may be beautiful and sentimental, if it doesn’t meet modern safety standards, it should not be used. But the truth of the matter is that your old crib is highly unlikely to meet the new requirements set forth by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). In recent years, over 10 million drop-side baby cribs have been deemed unsafe and recalled by manufacturers. on Aug 26, 2019.
There are safety reasons old cribs can’t be donated to Goodwill, etc. Saying this, I did use the old “family” crib for both my kids but there are things that must be checked. First, the crib slats must be a minimum distance apart. “Safe slat distance: The distance between slats must be no more than 2-3/8 inches (6 centimeters) to protect infants from falling out and toddlers from. A crib that was safe 20 years ago might not be deemed safe any more, and often, this is for good reasons. To ensure that your baby’s crib is safe, you need to obtain a copy of the latest safety guidelines and make sure your hand-me-down is either up to current standards or that you can easily adapt to meet the necessary requirements.
Cribs that fail to meet the current standards can pose the risk for entrapment, strangulation or suffocation. Fortunately, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has set strict standards to ensure that cribs on the market today are strong, durable and safe for your baby. I have and still use my drop side crib that we purchased in 2008 and was recalled in 2010.
They came out with securing brackets to make it safe. As long as the crib is compels secured and tight you should be fine. Just make it a habit of checking on everything once a week or so. Among the baby-safe paints available, milk paint probably ranks number one in terms of safety, and it’s available in a variety of earth-tone and vibrant colors.
The main ingredients in milk paint are milk protein or casein and lime. Other choices include chalk paint, clay paint and paints made with other natural ingredients, such as citrus oil. Use the hardware to stop the rocking motion before your baby’s bedand naptime if you’re going to leave the room, and around pets and toddlers. Don’t use a bassinet or cradle with wheels.
• Do not use cribs older than 10 years or broken or modified cribs. Infants can strangle to death if their bodies pass through gaps between loose components or. Popular baby cribs are designed to be stylish and contemporary, but not all designs are safe.
Most finishing paint used on cribs includes the toxin polyurethane or and some materials, such as manufactured woods, may have volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that spread a toxic gas.
List of related literature:
|from The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy|
|from Caring for Your Baby and Young Child|
|from Mayo Clinic Guide to Your Baby’s First Year|
|from The New Dad’s Playbook: Gearing Up for the Biggest Game of Your Life|
|from Pediatric Nursing Procedures|
|from Dude, You’re Gonna Be a Dad!: How to Get (Both of You) Through the Next 9 Months|
|from One Year to an Organized Life with Baby: From Pregnancy to Parenthood, the Week-by-Week Guide to Getting Ready for Baby and Keeping Your Fami|
|from The Kind Mama: A Simple Guide to Supercharged Fertility, a Radiant Pregnancy, a Sweeter Birth, and a Healthier, More Beautiful Beginning|
|from Happy Inside: How to harness the power of home for health and happiness|
|from The Baby Owner’s Manual: Operating Instructions, Trouble-shooting Tips, and Advice on First-year Maintenance|