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The mattress is resilient and stands up to pressure. If used by a heavy baby, it never indents more than 0.5 inches and stays almost flat. It lessens the risk of infant death, when babies get suffocated due to loose crib sheets crumpling up because of excessive indentation on surfaces. See More
Water and other stains do not seep through the fabric and just stay on the cotton surface. It has lock-stitching binding it together, preventing mold and mildew from developing inside, since there is no way water can get through. It is easy to clean by wiping with mild soap and water. See More
The Eco Classica is a dual-sided mattress, with one side firmer than the other. You can initially use the firm side for your infant and you can transfer the mattress to a toddler bed and use the softer side when he outgrows the crib. See More
Babies sleep and are exposed up-close to the mattress for at least 14 hours a day, during their most fragile years. They are prone to breathing in and absorbing, through their skin, whatever chemicals are in a regular, non-organic mattress. The Eco Classica is Greenguard Gold Certified, meaning it generates no harmful emissions, ensuring that your baby won't be exposed to them. See More
This mattress is six inches thick, which ensures that your standard-size crib sheets are really tight and snug. When your baby moves around on a thinner mattress, the sheet might loosen from the edges and crumple up and cause suffocation when it ends up covering his nose. See More
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