Procurement and use of baby cribs:
1. The distance between the bars at the edge of the bed must be less than 6 cm. Children like to stick their head out of the middle of the bars.
2. There should be no hollowed-out or carved partitions for the head and tail of the bed to prevent them from scratching or scratching the child's head.
3. The corners of the baby crib should be flush with the headboard or higher. Otherwise they hang easily on loose clothing and can suffocate a baby.
You can avoid some of the other pitfalls of a baby crib by following these guidelines.
1. If you're buying a new mattress for your baby crib, remove all the plastic that covers it, as it can cause choking. Additional, mattess must firm, slant hard, do not choose soft mattess.
Once the child learns to sit, lower the height of the mattress to ensure that the child does not fall out of the bed. Before your child learns to stand (usually at 6 to 9 months), adjust the height of the mattress to the lowest point. Make sure the bed rim fence is at least 11 cm above the mattress. If the baby crib has side-detachable bars or small doors, make sure the latch is securely and effectively secured to prevent the child from removing the baby crib rim bars by himself. When your child is in the baby crib, make sure the edges of the baby crib stand up, close and secure.
The mattress must be exactly the same size as the inside of the baby crib to prevent the child from slipping into the crevice between the bed and the mattress. Remember, if you put the mattress into the baby crib with two fingers on either side, you should replace it with a completely appropriate mattress.
2. Check the baby crib regularly to ensure that all hardware is firmly installed. Observe and ensure that the metal parts of the baby crib do not appear rough burrs and sharp bumps, and that the wooden parts do not appear chaps or splinters.
3. Please remove any soft or easy moving items from the baby crib, including pillows, quilts, cushions, fleece blankets and stuffed toys. Consider dressing your child in a wearable blanket or warm pajamas that can be used as an alternative to a blanket.
4. If you choose to hang a plaything or exercise toy on top of the baby crib, be sure to double check that it is securely attached to the baby crib fence. Also, make sure the suspension is high enough that the child can't reach and pull it down. When your child is five months old or able to get up on his or her own hands or knees, you should take it away. It is important to note that some children can reach for a turn and pull it down, even if they cannot get up.
5. To prevent one of the worst falls, never place a baby crib (or any other type of cot) near a window. Do not hang pictures, shelves or other objects over the baby crib. If there is an earthquake, they may fall and hurt the child.