Norrköping, Sweden – Barnadiset is a Swedish website devoted to sharing the latest news, products, and advice for families looking for the highest quality and safest products currently available in Sweden.
Showcasing products with the best customer ratings and reviews, the team compare a variety of different products within the same category to offer their readers a detailed choice of trusted models and manufacturers.
They have now revealed a list of the best spjälskydd (cot protection in Swedish) that are currently available in Sweden, as well as their price points, pros and cons, and a thorough description of the products.
Best Of 2022
Barnadiset has compiled a complete list of the highest-rated Swedish cot protectors from a range of certified baby product manufacturers and companies.
Their best of 2022 article displays a selection of products with unique and favourable characteristics, such as:
- Being easy to remove and machine washable
- Made from hypoallergenic materials
- If they are stylish, as well as a description of their current range of colours and materials
- How thick they are, and their comfort level
- Any other additional benefits, like protecting your baby from the hard edges of their bed or the ability to keep your child’s arms and legs on the inside of the cot
Cot protection can help your baby from hitting their head on the hard slats as they move around in the crib.
As a general rule of thumb, a cot protector should only be used once a baby is able to roll on both sides and are strong enough to lift their own head.
This product can provide your baby with extra comfort while they sleep, can add a stylistic element to their bedroom and prevents your baby from hitting their head or getting their body stuck between the rails of the crib.
While a cot protector is widely recommended by crib manufacturers and a variety of leading experts in the field, they do have some negative aspects, including:
- Similar to blankets, pillows, quilts, bumpers, and stuffed animals, cot protectors can pose as a suffocation hazard as babies cannot yet control their bodies or movements and may end up rolling onto one of these objects without the ability to move away.
- Some older children may use cot protectors as leverage to climb out of their cribs.
- Due to reducing airflow in a baby’s sleep environment, cot protectors can lead to an increase in the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome).
To ensure maximum safety, despite which cot protector you choose to purchase, you should also ensure that it is properly installed and that the product is breathable, light, robust and kept clean.
While a cot protector can be utilized for older babies, Barnadiset recommends caution and discretion from the parents, as they are the only ones that truly know what is best for their baby, as every child is unique and grows at different rates.
They advise that if your baby can pull the crib cover off, stand on it, or use it to get out of the crib, then it might be time to remove the product and consider investing in something else that can fit into the crib and help your child sleep.
To find out more GrowQ AB and to read more of their best cot protection article, or for more of their family-orientated product reviews, please visit their website at https://www.barnadiset.se/
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