Mattress Pad For Baby

If you love having the perfect mattress pad for baby, you’ll love our collection of sheets and blankets. You’ll find a range of cute, cuddly patterns that are soft and warm to keep your little one nice and cozy.

Our crib and toddler mattress pads keep babies comfy and cozy while protecting their beds from stains. Our range of waterproof, breathable, hypo-allergenic and easy to care for mattress pads are a great option for any baby’s nursery or kid’s room.

Protect your baby’s mattress with a quality waterproof cover. Our mattress pads are super soft and breathable, so they won’t irritate your baby’s skin.

Can You Use a Mattress Pad for Baby?

The thickness of a mattress pad in a portable crib should not exceed 1 inch. Do not use an additional mattress or padding. Infants can get tangled up in extra padding and suffocate. Never leave an infant in a crib that has a side folded down.

Protect your baby’s mattress with handy soft washable mattress pads. This is a must have item for any baby nursery and great for everyday use as well. Most are waterproof, scratch free and breathable making them ideal for sickness prone babies.

The Babymoov Mattress Cover is an essential accessory for your child’s mattress. Let your little one enjoy a peaceful sleep without the risk of contact with dust mites, allergens and other harmful substances from their mattress. Thanks to its soft quilted microfiber cover, the mattress cover will not cause allergies. The cover is breathable which allows for natural air circulation and prevents an overheated temperature during sleep.

Keep your baby’s mattress clean and safe from allergens with this waterproof crib mattress pad. The hypoallergenic mattress pad is made of 100% waterproof polyester that fits any standard crib mattress. The hypoallergenic material also keeps dust mites and allergens away, so your little one can sleep soundly uninterrupted night after night

Baby Mattress Pad Waterproof

In addition to the crib safety tips already mentioned, it’s a good idea to remember the following.

  • Infants should be alone, on their back, and in a crib with a firm mattress and tight sheet every time they sleep. Do not use bumper pads, blankets, or pillows.
  • Always keep crib rails up when a child is in a crib. Make sure the side latches are holding securely.
  • Never tie or harness your baby in her crib.
  • Lower the crib mattress as your baby grows and before she is able to pull herself up.
  • Do not put pillows, stuffed animals or thick blankets in the crib. A child can suffocate on a pillow or stuffed animal or use them as steps to climb out.
  • Do not use plastic mattress pads. The plastic can cling to her face and cause suffocation.
  • Never allow your baby to rest or sleep on a waterbed. A waterbed mattress against a child’s face can cause suffocation.
  • A child should be moved to a bed when she learns to climb out of her crib or is 32 inches tall. Use guardrails on your child’s bed to prevent falls.
  • Children under 7 should not be permitted to sleep or play on the top bunk of bunk beds.
  • Guardrails on beds should be 3 1/2 inches apart or less to prevent a child from getting stuck.

Portable Crib Safety

Many of the same recommendations for crib safety apply to portable cribs; however, you should also keep the following in mind when using a portable crib.

  • Ensure that the mesh fabric sides are intact. Inspect the fabric frequently for tears.
  • The thickness of a mattress pad in a portable crib should not exceed 1 inch.
  • Do not use an additional mattress or padding. Infants can get tangled up in extra padding and suffocate.
  • Never leave an infant in a crib that has a side folded down. The child could roll into the space between the mattress and the mesh and become trapped.
  • Make sure the latches on the crib are in place and locked to prevent the crib from collapsing.
  • There should not be any screws, rivets, wing nuts, etc., sticking out of the crib.

Crib Monitors

A crib monitor provides added safety and comfort when your baby is napping or sleeping. Use these general guidelines for crib monitors.

  • Use a safety-tested product.
  • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use and maintenance, and keep the instructions for future use.
  • Test batteries regularly.
  • Keep the monitor out of your baby’s reach.

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