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Premium SafeBaby Breathable Mesh Crib Liner, Bumper - White, Safe, Exclusive Design Super Easy to Install for Cribs with Rails, 1 Piece Easily Adjustable + Free Bag for Kids Accessories

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Piece made with Nu-Foam Breathable Bumper Pads- Grey Chevron on Etsy

Can anyone tell me how to put on my breathable bumper pads? I used them 2 years ago on our son but can not find the directions this time around. Do they weave in and out of the rails or do they simply play against the crib? Ours only have velcro on the ends where they attach together, there is no string to tie them tight to the crib rails like other bumper pads.

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- One Piece made with Nu-Foam Breathable Bumper Pads- Aqua Chevron

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made with Nu-Foam Breathable Bumper Pads- Light Grey Chevron and Aqua

Though many crib bumper pads are pretty, and often very attractive to new moms, current crib safety laws make them largely unnecessary. In particular they may pose a risk to your child, and no aesthetic value is worth the life of your baby. One potential solution is a variety of crib bumpers that are made of mesh instead of being heavily padded. Since mesh allows for breathability, this may be a good solution if you worry that a baby’s arms or legs might get stuck between the crib slats. Look for breathable bumper pads that are recommended by SIDS groups.