This pack includes 38 vertical padded crib wraps, which are placed around the slats of the crib wall. Unlike conventional crib liners, these encourage airflow to the crib. Protects growing children from bumps. Fit most 24" cribs. They go all the way up to the top, providing optimum safety.
Some users received 36 instead of 38 liners, and others state 38 isn't enough for their crib.
Outer liner made from 100% 220 thread count cotton, with a 100% polyester inner padding. Made to fit most standard crib sizes of 28" x 52", with a height of 10" ideal for small children. Available in different designs to complement both crib and nursery decor.
Some users find that this liner slightly sags from the crib due to not enough ties.
This cotton and polyester blend crib liner offers protection from hard crib slats. The longest sides measure 50.5" while short sides measure 26.5" with an overall height of 9.5". Double ties on each corner to securely attach to a standard size crib. Machine washable.
Some users find the material to be rougher than a pure cotton outer cover.
This striking crib liner features a Disney design and a simple chevron motif. Made from 100% polyester microfiber, it will fit most standard size and convertible cribs. The mesh design of the liner helps encourage airflow more so than most padded liners.
Some users find this liner isn't padded enough to protect from hard slats.
Durable and lightweight polyester mesh that's highly breathable. Designed without any padding that will restrict airflow to the crib. Will fit most standard sized cribs. Easy to install by tying to crib slats.
Some users are put off that this liner offers no padding.
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Crib liners are often used as a padded wall that attaches to the edge of your infant’s crib. Many parents enjoy the security crib liners offer as they protect babies from hitting their body against solid wood as they wiggle and turn throughout the night. Various colors and designs are available, but those looking to share the liner between siblings may opt for gender neutral designs. Crib liners vary in terms of their padded fabric, with some offering only a thin sheet versus the extra-padded construction of heavy-duty models. In recent years there has been some debate as to whether crib liners have the potential to suffocate young infants; to ensure your child’s safety, consider purchasing a breathable mesh liner.
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