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The Consumer Product Safety Commission does not offer any guidance on crib rail cover safety. That’s unfortunate, because parents need to know what to look for in a crib rail cover and how to make sure it’s installed safely. Plastic crib rail covers have limited value and create potential hazards. They snap off too easily and do not absorb drool. While packaging will indicate if the plastic crib rail covers are BPA and phthalate free, parents may also be uncomfortable with potential off-gassing of the products when they come out...

When you’re setting up your nursery, you probably intend to create a safe, happy place where your baby can learn, play and grow. Unfortunately, even the nursery isn’t without its own dangers that we, as parents, have to be mindful of. Here are a few harmful things you’ll want to avoid in your nursery. 1. Lead paint Many homes built in the 1970s were painted with lead-based paint. If your home was built during this time period, you’ll want to strip the paint, treat the walls, and repaint it with...

When you are putting your nursery together, one of the first things you think about is safety. You’ll make sure your crib meets current safety standards, that any paints used are lead-free, that the outlets are covered and any sharp edged furniture removed.  But you should also give careful thought to less obvious dangers. You would never leave open bottles of chemicals in your baby’s room, but many of those dangerous chemicals are already present - in your baby’s clothes and bedding. Dangers of Additives  As synthetic fabrics such as...

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