Prince Lionheart Cot Rail Protector | 2cm Width Cot Edges | Safe Teething | Cot Protection |Cot Guard | Safe, Non-Toxic & Food-Grade Material |Gentle On Gums | No Adhesive Required
About this deal
Every baby is different, and you may have to try a few different things until you find something that works for the both of you. During this phase, your baby will chew on many different objects to ease the irritation brought on by teething. A teething baby is most likely able to set up unaided and your cot should be set to the lowest base position.
Once your baby is able to pull themselves up to stand (approximately nine months old) and get their arms over the side rail, they will be able to climb out. One of the first signs is that they start to chew on their fingers, toys or any other objects they get hold of. This won’t be much fun for you or your baby, but there are some things that you can do to soothe the pain.
Cots are not designed to be chewed on, although some come with a “teething rail”, a plastic rail cover placed on the top edge of the cot sides, which reduce the risk of your baby chomping out paint and wood splinters, and also protect the edge of cot. Please note that we can only deliver furniture to mainland UK, excluding the Highlands of Scotland, Islands and Ireland. As manufacturer, we have taken all appropriate measure to deliver a safe product, where baby manage to reach and champ out the paint work is beyond the established boundary of product safety, to prevent such isolated case, please carefully follow the instruction of safe use, provided with the cot.
As long as your cot conforms to the BSEN716 standard of cot, the paint and material will have minimum amount of metal trace.There are both fabric and plastic cot rail covers available which work equally well, giving extra protection to both your baby and the cot.