Quality of assembly is all about how the bed is put together with screws, nails and bolts. If there clearly is a lot of movement in a joint that should be completely immoveable, then it doesn't matter how thick a bolt was used. It is simply not safe and should be avoided. You should also look for places where little fingers might get stuck - even heads. Also make sure there are no sharp grates or edges anywhere. These may be found on bolts ans screws, as well as other steel parts. Wood should be splinter free, of course. The great thing is, that when you have finally found a bed that lives up to your demands for safety and to the demands of your child too, there is actually a great chance it will also be quite affordable.
It is also important to pay attention to what types of detergent it uses. If the item says "do not use bleach," you will never ever want to use it. There are two reasons for this. One, it could damage the color of the item, which can be overcome by using non-chlorine bleach, or what some brands call color-safe bleach.
Anything with acetate should never be dried in the dryer or line-dried because heat is the enemy of acetate. Acetate should also be dry-cleaned, but if you don?t want to do this, they can be hand-washed or washed in a machine on gentle cycle using an appropriate detergent intended for materials such as these. Polyester is very similar, but slightly more durable, so while it is best to hand-washed, it can be safely machine-washed, and it is safe to line dry.
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