The following are trusted sources BreathableBaby, makers of the original, patented mesh crib liner that has been sold millions of times since 2002, introduces the new mesh crib liner liner.
ASSISTS IN THE PREVENTION OF ENCROACHMENT The slats prevent arms and legs from getting stuck between the This helps to keep pacifiers inside as well as provide a visual shield to help ensure a better night of
Mesh for the flow of air No padding to restrict airflow. Made of breathable mesh with no padding. Despite being highly permeable, our airflow mesh is carefully selected.
This is the size This coverage extends nine inches vertically. There are two long panels (9" H x 111" L) and one short panel (9" H x 82"
It is easy to install It is smartly adjustable to fit four people A solid side and a slatted side You can have a back crib.
Questions & Answers
Can you tell me the height of ?
Thanks for stopping by! There is 11 inches of height to this product.
Could you use it while the crib is connected to a ?
You might be able to make it work for three sides of the crib, but I'm not sure about the changing table region. A separate panel can be left off if desired or needed. There are four separate panels attached with Velcro and ties. It may be of help to you.
Is this also applicable to standard cribs that have a solid backside?
This is a 4-panel construction, so you could leave 1 off to make the solid back
Selected User Reviews For AirflowBaby Essential Mesh Crib Liner- Gray, 9" High, Fits Four-Sided Slatted and Solid Back Cribs
Listen to the good reviews instead of the bad ones
As my 6 month old lay on his belly, his legs were getting caught between the slats of his crib. I decided to purchase this product so he would not get his legs caught. This product has received some pretty mixed reviews, which left me worried about its quality. Here's what I found out. DON'T FORGET TO FOLLOW THE It's probably because you didn't stretch the panels too tight that the product sags, as was stated in previous reviews. The support ties may have been tied before pulling tight and securing either end, or you may have tied them before. In this product's picture slide show, there are video insertions. Here's another review that has me quaking in my boots. Some people complained that the panels were too thin and that bumpers should have been included. I like you. It's not about being a bumper it's about NOT BEING ONE. In order to be BREATHABLE, they must be perforated. The use of bumpers in your baby's crib is considered a dangerous practice. Since the material is supposed to be thin and breathable, if your baby rolled up against the fabric, it would still allow them to breathe. There is a risk that your child will suffocate with a bumper. In other words, reading the description is your best bet! In conclusion, I think the product works well. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the video instructions for how to install it. You won't have to worry if you get a sore arm from it because it is I am pleased with my purchase because it is exactly as described.
| Jun 14, 2021
Don't listen to people saying that the hardware is loose or that it "falls"
The person who complains this product does not stay up or is loose is most certainly not putting it on correctly. It was because I dropped the directions and didn't realize they came with the book. As soon as I found them, they were pretty simple, and if your cribs are two or three slates too small, it's simply a matter of moving the end from the first slate to the second or third where the snugness is greatest. It's obvious that your child doesn't need bumpers if he or she is ripping it off. My daughter loved to be right up against the side of her bassinet or pack and play. So when I put her in her crib for five minutes, she stuck her legs right out. Simple, compact, and very snug so no ties are needed, it won't Rather than being concerned that 1, her legs or arms might get stuck, 2, her face might get bashed against the railings, or 3, her face would come up against something that would restrict her breathing, I no longer worry about these things.
| Jul 28, 2021
Paci trapper of the highest quality
I purchased this product for one specific purpose, to keep pacifiers in the crib. So far, I am very happy with this product. In our home, the AAP recommends safe sleep during infancy, and now that our daughters are old enough to use "extra" items in their cribs, I am more comfortable with that. Installing this around the crib's base and weaving it through the railings made it much more secure. As a result, the bumpers sit on the crib base and extend just over the mattress about 3 inches. It means I do not have to be concerned about my toddler climbing out of it to keep the pacifiers in, as this is the only purpose it will be used for. It is not tall enough this way to support the weight of my toddler anyway. I tested it on my toddler when he was awake, and it slips down. I chose to weave the fabric through the tails since the fabric is very breathable and I wanted to be sure that if it were to come apart while toddler is sleeping it would be tough for her to pull too much into bed.
| Feb 11, 2021
It doesn't fit around my crib or stay put when I move it
The reason I bought this crib was that my baby kept getting her arms or legs stuck between the slats of the crib while she also kept losing In order to minimize the risk of damage to the car, I avoided a regular bumper. I like the feel of the fabric, but it is extremely thin and In fact, there are not enough strings to tie it to the slats, so even a slight movement will cause it to slide down and become useless. I decided to have the remainder of the slats exposed on the side where her feet are because it is too short to go all around the crib. now, it does the job well enough, but as she gets older, it will be no longer useful. find it incredible that this is being sold for over $30. The product is definitely a pass unless you have a lot of cash to spend and you don't care about anything.
| Jun 09, 2021
I think I did reasonably well considering the material was what I expected
It was a bit challenging to get right and I never felt as if I succeeded until later. It is not my cup of tea to wear ties As it turned out, the rungs of our crib did not fit with these. However, even with the ties you can move the bumper easily up and down. Even though my son still gets his leg caught, it's not as frequently as it used to be.
| Jan 23, 2021
The no show look ensures baby's safety! It's hard to tell if the mesh bumper is there or not! This is a good alternative to thick bumpers (which contribute to SIDS), as pediatricians do not recommend using them because they cause a baby to fall asleep with their arms and legs stretched out
The easiest to put on not the easiest to take off It helps to follow instructions, though! We are very happy with the no-show look and the safety it provides.
| May 22, 2021
Activate the slide down button
We constantly have to stop it from sliding down. The Velcro is not strong enough to hold the bag in place.
| Feb 19, 2021
Save money by using the Pacificifier Saver
The pacifiers that my son used to use kept falling behind the crib. When they fell out the front, my dog would chew them This has caused so many pacifiers to be lost and my wallet has been drained by having to purchase I pulled the crib out at one point, but there were seven babies in there. It was depressing to wake up in the middle of the night and find the pacifier had been thrown away, not to mention the crying. Since I no longer have to worry about the pacifier being thrown away or my dog chewing them up, I am very happy with my purchase. In addition to stopping my dog from sticking her paws in the crib, I have also made sure the blankets of my son's crib are not grabbed by my dog. A purchase like this would have been better if I had done so earlier.
| Jul 28, 2021