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New Cot Bumper Breakthrough in Baby bedding safety

New Cot Bumper Breakthrough in Baby bedding safety

For years traditional cot bumper pads have posed a potential health hazard for infants. The risk of suffocation or strangulation is of real concern due to the nature of their construction.

Now we finally have a solution. The Wonder Bumper has been designed to mirror the construction of the cot, providing the comfort and security parents have been searching for. Wonder Bumpers are different from traditional cot bumpers because they wrap around each rail of the cot individually from top to bottom, secured with a zip.

The horizontal design of the traditional cot bumper does not provide a safe environment for infants and toddlers. Wonder Bumpers’ sleek vertical padding which wrap snugly around each individual rail enhances the safety features already built into the cot.

Not only do Wonder Bumpers protect babies’ heads and bodies, they also maintain air circulation around the cot. They make a fashionable addition to any nursery with the reversible zipper allowing either side of the bumper to be used; this allows parents to create a custom design of colours for their baby’s cot.

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