Why use Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liner?
- Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liner are the safe, smart alternative to traditional crib bumpers.
- Maintain airflow
- Reduce risk of suffocation and entanglement
- Protect against head and body injury
- Cannot be used as leverage to climb out
- No dangerous ties
- Creates a cosy environment without safety concerns
- A cinch to put on and take off
- Hassle-free sheet changes
- Versatile, reversible design options
- Fits on almost all cribs
- Beautiful matching accessories and teething guards also available to create the safest, coziest, cutest sleep environment for your baby!
What is the protective lining inside the Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liner?
The Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners are made with safety in mind! The interior is made from an open cell flexible polyurethane foam, often found in mattress padding. Flexible polyurethane foam is a recyclable product and once produced it becomes chemically inert, which means chemicals are no longer active and cannot be emitted. Nevertheless we understand any parents concerns about the use of foam and have taken further precautions by enclosing it in a hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial covering that serves as an addition barrier. Plus, you have the outer fabric to provide additional protection.
Foam is used in many ways, shapes and forms in our daily lives and in many baby items including car seats, high chairs and a multitude of other adult and baby items. We have tried to create our Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners using cotton batting, recycled plastic and a few other common and unique materials, but nothing compares to the durability, longevity, wash-ability and practicality of the foam. The foam allows the Vertical Crib Liners to stretch and compress to fit most crib rails. It also holds its shape and allows our vertical bumpers to stay snuggly wrapped around the crib rail so that there is no way of endangering your baby.
Do I ever need to remove Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners for safety reasons?
No, Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners provide long-lasting protection that keeps your child safe for years to come. Their sleek design allows you to keep the bumpers on as long as your baby is sleeping in her crib. What a great investment!
How do I know how many to buy?
Count the rails on your crib! The average # is 38 but cribs have anywhere from 24-48 rails depending on the model. Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners come in multiple options, PACKS consist of 38 reversible Vertical Crib Liners, 24 reversible Vertical Crib Liners and 2 Packs are offered to complete a set or pack or create a completely custom look.
How do I know if they will fit on my crib?
One individual bumper will fit on round or flat cot rails up to 14cm in circumference. If you are unsure they will fit, get a measuring tape and measure around one of your cot rails, if it measures 14cm or less, they will fit. Narrow cot rails will have a looser fit, wider cot rails will have a firmer fit.
They will fit on both round and flat rails. Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners are also designed so you can zip 2 together for wider rails and corners. Each bumper is 61cm long, but can easily compress to accommodate shorter rails.
Are Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners washable?
Yes, you can wash all of our products. Please be sure to only put a handful of bumpers in the washing machine at one time. You do not need to remove the insert, the opening at the bottom, is made for adjustment of lining if needed.
What type of material are Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners made of?
All the fabric details are listed in the details on the product page.
Can my baby use them as leverage to climb out?
No, this is not a likely scenario. Pure Safety Vertical Crib Liners were tested on real babies of all ages. The weight of the baby scrunches them to fall under the mattress giving them no additional height to climb out. Unlike traditional bumpers that almost provide a stepping stool.
I am worried that as my baby gets older and more curious he will try to remove them.
Pure Safety Vertical Cot Liners were designed with curious babies in mind. This is one of the reasons why Velcro was not an option for adherence. The way the liners are put on the cot inhibits babies from removing them. The zipper zips from top to bottom, in a downward motion, where the head of the zipper falls under the mattress and is inaccessible to your baby.