Crib mattress - Need help!
Feb 20, 2017 9:28 PM
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Hi everyone, we are looking for a crib mattress for when our little one arrives!

We want something made from natural materials as much as possible - the less chances for allergic reaction and issues, and better for the planet :)

From our research so far we discovered you can get ones to flip over and continue to use once they grow into a toddler, That would be perfect so it wouldn't need replacing so soon.

We looked around online and found the Colgate Eco Classica III and the Sealy Soybean Foam-core

Does anyone have any experience with these 2 or any suggestions at all would be welcome!

Looking forward to hearing your advice!

This message was modified Feb 20, 2017 by StuHarrison82
Re: Crib mattress - Need help!
Reply #1 Feb 22, 2017 2:18 AM
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When we were looking for a mattress for our toddler daughter, we instantly gravitated towards Latex. Mostly because of its hypoallergenic properties, but also because it is so much easier to clean than a foam mattress. It won't soak any moisture into the fiber, so as long as I dry it properly and sanitize it, I can feel assured my kid won't get a rash.
Re: Crib mattress - Need help!
Reply #2 Mar 30, 2017 2:44 AM
Joined: Mar 30, 2017
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Well, I don't have an experience in buying a crib mattress. But, you should be careful in choosing a material that is comfortable for the child and also doesn't have any allergic reactions. You could go for organic cotton, untreated wool or natural latex.

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