This is a sponsored post written by me for and in behalf of Wovenaire. All opinions are 100% mine.
We are becoming first-time parents, and we are excited to be having a bouncing baby boy! You learn all sorts of issues that occur with a new born. Learning about blow outs, leaks, vomiting, and oh so much more. How to mitigate/clean up those messes in preparation for our little angel, has become slightly overwhelming. Also, that babies can roll over and possibly suffocate on the mattress was frightening news to me and my hubby, especially since the baby spends most of his time sleeping each day.
For only $300, it is comforting that our little one can breathe through the mattress just in case if he rolls onto his tummy.
Wovenaire is made of 90% air and 10% food-grade polymer which does not have any fumes (degassing) because it has no foam, latex, springs, glues, or allergens. It contains none of those toxic substances and is 100% recyclable.
Newton has a limited lifetime warranty, so if the material ever fails due to a defect they will ship you a new one and a 100-night trial. They have won many awards for being green, safe and best in show.
The mattress comes with a breathable, washable and removable mattress cover. Also, the Wovenaire Crib Mattress is 100% washable, since the cover and mattress is made of a washable material it’ll help prevent bacterial and mold growth, preventing illnesses. I would say it is one of the most hygienic, hypoallergenic mattress that is out there in the market.
It is recommended that you buy an extra mattress cover just in case if the little squirt has a midnight blow out, you’ll have back up for them to sleep on while you’re washing the soiled one.
Things I love,
- No toxic fumes which means no degassing
- 100% washable and extremely light which makes washing it in the tub easier
- Limited lifetime warranty
- A 100-night trial on Newton
- Extremely breathable which encourages airflow for the tummy sleeping babies in our lives
- Decreased suffocation risk
- And most of all, the added sleep in knowing that our baby will not suffocate while we sleep