Standard bunk beds - there are a number of different types of bunk bed. A standard bunk bed will have two beds the same stacked one on top of the other. A single over double bunk bed has a single bed stacked above a double bed. A futon bunk is arranged like a standard bunk bed but with a futon bed underneath. An L shaped bunk arranges the beds so that they appear in an L shape. The top bed of a bunk bed arrangement is only suitable for children age 6 and over. These beds are great for children who share a bedroom or children who have friends who sleepover.
As for down pillows and comforters, you must take them to a dry cleaner who is experienced in cleaning down filled items. In order to prevent it from having to be cleaned very often, you can cover it with a duvet cover. This will also help it stay in good condition for longer.
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.
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