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.
Mom to my wonderfully sweet toddler who is the joy of our lives.