Installing Baby Changing Stations Safely

6:07 PM Posted by Courtney B




When you have a newborn baby, it can be difficult trying to find the right place and the right way to change nappies. As nappy changing is something that you'll find yourself doing several times a day, you need to make sure that it's as easy and hassle-free as possible.

If you decide to get a cheap baby changing station in your home, make sure that you take all necessary precautions in order to provide the safest possible place for your baby. As baby changing tables are made from mainly plastic and metal, they need to be installed properly in your home. If they're not attached to the wall properly, this can pose a very big problem for you and your baby. Although it may mean paying out a bit of money to hire someone with the skills needed, it'll definitely be worth it when you can rest assured that your baby changing stations are at no risk of falling down.

There are two main types of baby changing stations, and the age of your child will be one of the factors when deciding which one to get. If you've got a newborn baby, you can get one which folds up into the wall. This means that you'll save space, as you can put it away once you've finished changing your baby. If you have an older baby or toddler, the safest thing to do is purchase a station that rests on the floor rather than one that comes down from the wall.

The final thing to bear in mind is the safety straps. Baby changing stations should always have safety straps, especially when your baby is a newborn. The first thing to do when you put your baby down on the mat is make sure that the straps are securely fastened.

If you follow these steps and take these factors into consideration, you can find, install and use the perfect baby changing station in your home.





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