Bargain Mattress

Babies sleep in their crib until they are 3 or 4 years old, so we must carefully choose the bargain mattress on which they are going to rest. This should be neither too hard, it would be uncomfortable and would prevent you from falling asleep, or very soft, as it should favor a correct position of your back.

When buying your child’s crib, you should keep in mind that the price does not include  the beds, the sheets, or the protector the pillow or the bedspread.

According to experts, the baby does not need a pillow of any kind until the age of two, nor do Nordic quilts, as they generate excess heat around the child that could become dangerous. To put your child to bed, enough beds,  a bottom sheet and a pajama sack (adapted to the characteristics of summer and winter) that allows you to move freely in the crib.

Choice of bargain mattress

Pediatricians advise that the beds of the baby has a suitable degree of firmness that prevents damage to its development. The most important thing is that the spine has enough support, so many experts argue that firm beds allow adequate growth.

The bargain mattress has to be quite breathable and hygienic, as it must expel the CO2 exhaled by the baby and keep the same temperature, without sudden changes. All our bargain mattress are designed with anti-hygienic systems like Pikolin Triple Barrier or Magister Air System technology.

We must also take into account that not all cribs are the same size. The interior dimensions of a crib are usually 120 x 60 cm, 125 x 62 cm, 140 x 70 cm and 150 x 79 cm.

Ideally, between the beds and the crib, not more than one finger can fit to change the sheets easily but without danger to the child.

The bargain mattress should be supported on a base or beds that are usually usually sheets, giving even more firmness to the whole.

Another important aspect for choosing a good bargain mattress is that it is made with hypoallergenic products.

For the baby to rest properly, there should be no fluctuations in temperature, so it is best to avoid those beds that do not have a good transpiration or provide excess heat.

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