One of the most important elements of a baby’s room, after the cot of course, is without a doubt the baby changing unit. There are currently many different types of changing units on the market. There are changing units with cupboards, ones combined with cots, those integrated into bathing units, etc. Depending on your needs, you will choose one or another. You can even find some with open shelving, drawers, doors, etc. We would like to find out the requirements a baby changing unit should comply with?
Undoubtedly, the most important element of the changing unit furniture is the mattress on which our baby sits or lies down. We aim to highlight those aspects that should be assessed and taken into consideration before we acquire a mattress. It is worth remembering that this product will be used 4,500 times during the first two and a half years of your baby’s life.
Aspects and requirements that should be considered regarding changing units:
- safety of the baby
- the baby’s comfort
- how easy it is to clean
- always apt for a new change
- avoid covers where dust and mites can be deposited
- compliance with EU standards
- design appropriate for the decoration and environment
- avoid joints where dirt can deposit