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How many baby bottles do I need? We recommend anywhere between 8 to 10 bottles and never fewer than 6. This is one of the first questions that you'll ...

Mika Micky Bedside Sleeper Crib Review The Mika Micky Bedside Sleeper Crib is a very flexible sleeper/bassinet, that's portable, can quickly change from a ...

If portability is what you're looking, then the Regalo My Cot Portable bed is everything you wanted and more. Forget all about your traditional wooden beds. ...

The Dream On Me 7 in 1 convertible crib is the most versatile baby crib out there! When buying a baby crib (or any other baby furniture for that matter) one of ...

Is the Halo Bassinet Swivel Sleeper the best bassinet you can find right now? Without a doubt! Coming at slightly less than $250, the Halo swivel sleeper is ...

Painting a baby crib: a step by step guide The light of your life has joined your family and it's only natural that you are looking for the best baby ...

Can a newborn sleep in a crib? It's common for most new parents to have this question: can a newborn sleep in a crib? Should they opt for a bassinet and ...

Kalani manufactures one of the most popular and reliable cribs you can find on the market today. The DaVinci Kalani Convertible Crib is made of New Zealand ...

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    Baby Cribs Central April 9, 2021 at 9:17 pm

    Hi Christine,

    Congratulations on becoming a grandma and welcoming a new addition to the family, it’s always an exciting time! In regards to the Mineral Oil application from our experience, we’ve found that applying 3 to 4 coats at first and then every few months will keep the wood looking fresh and brand new. Your mileage may vary depending on the quality of the wood, the thickness, and the condition of the surface. 6 coats of mineral oil seems a bit excessive but always listen to experienced carpenters. Hope this helps.

  2. Hi,

    Both sides of the bassinet feature a breathable mesh fabric. The one side that you can unzip and has a padded material on the lower half is so that you can push it against your bed and function as a bedside sleeper. Without it your baby could risk rolling over and falling off the bassinet. The padded material is low enough and the top mesh fabric will ensure your baby can breathe at all times 🙂

  3. Hi Dana,

    We contacted Mika Micky and they confirmed that they don’t use flame retardants in their products. That said, we wouldn’t worry, the bassinet is completely safe and complies with all the major safety requirements as set by the U.S.

  4. Hi,

    Thank you for contacting us about the Mika Micky Bedside Sleeper. We have reached out to the manufacturer and waiting for them to confirm regarding the use of flame retardants. Unfortunately, as you highlighted, there’s no information about this. That being said, the manufacturer’s guidelines/instructions recommend keeping the bassinet away from stoves, heaters, campfires, and other hazards but that could also pertain to the general use of the bassinet. Once they get back to us, we will revert back here with the information.

  5. Thank you for your kind words. The Babyletto Hudson is a great baby crib and it comes if different wood finishes that will match any interior. Please do let us know how you like it once you get it.

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    Baby Cribs Central July 15, 2020 at 7:09 pm

    Hi,

    The sides of the bassinet are made from 2-side breathable mesh allowing for parents to quickly and easily check on their baby and the perforated sides ensure there’s no risk of suffocation.

    Kindest regards

  7. Reply
    Baby Cribs Central May 31, 2020 at 7:23 pm

    Hi there,

    All the items that are reviewed here are available through Amazon. This is the product on review here in the Australian Amazon – https://www.amazon.com.au/Mika-Micky-Bedside-Sleeper-Portable/dp/B07J232RV4/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=mika+micky+bedside+sleeper&qid=1590952927&sr=8-3

    Thank you!

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