Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 06:39:21 AM. . By Kerri Vargas.
Safety: This is probably a factor that is paramount to most parents when choosing baby furniture. Every parent wants to rest assured that furniture they choose for their child is made using only natural materials, and that the item is made using the kind of craftsmanship that makes it fully safe for a child to use. Also a parent wants to be sure that no toxic materials are used to make anything that is used by the baby, and this is most certainly true for Amish baby cribs. The kind of wood used, the kind of varnish or finishing used is always excellent quality and therefore completely safe for baby to use.
There are many benefits to using non toxic paints including: Easier clean-up with soap and waterEasier disposal optionsLess odor during application and usually no odor once the paint is dryA shorter waiting period to safely occupy the roomSignificant reduction in toxins released into the air Non toxic or Natural Paints These paints are produced by a variety of manufacturers and come in several options. Many of the paints are now available at mainstream home improvement stores as well as at local specialty paint stores. As with many eco-friendly products, there are no official federal guidelines regarding labeling, so VOC standards may vary by manufacturer. Consult the paint labels or ask your in-store paint specialist for clarification if you have questions. You can also look for paints that have Green Seal certifications.
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