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Old 06-01-2012, 06:36 AM   #4
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Re: Airing out a new crib mattress

You can also use frebreeze or something but I don't like the idea of putting chemicals and I don't think it helps. We bought a "natural" twin mattress for my son and it stunk for two weeks and was still terrible. They told me to do frebreeze (not sure if I am spelling it right) and I thought it made it smell worse. I ended up returning it. I'd give it a good week and if you can, two weeks. She can get in and play for a little bit but if it smells really bad I wouldn't do it for too long. Apparently its normal as they package them directly after making them and they don't get time to air out before packaging.
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