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travel cot advice needed??? lending one??

(8 Posts)
Carameli Thu 24-Mar-05 21:13:44

Not sure if this is the right place ot ask this, but what do others think. Someone has asked to borrow my travel cot for a night. Is it ok to lend it to them.
We were not about all the fuss over mattresses etc etc in ordinary cots. Does it also apply to travel cots???

essbee Thu 24-Mar-05 21:14:48

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Carameli Thu 24-Mar-05 21:16:04

thats what I thought really, but dh wanted to me make sure.

MadameButterfly Thu 24-Mar-05 21:16:50

I would not worry too mch about the mattress as they are only mats in the travel cots.

When we have gone away with DD the last 2 years to a hotel she has slept in one that they provided and we had no problems.

I would think that 1 night should be OK.

essbee Thu 24-Mar-05 21:17:47

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HUNKERMUNKER Thu 24-Mar-05 21:17:57

Think the not reusing a mattress advice isn't being given any more - will check though.

HUNKERMUNKER Thu 24-Mar-05 21:19:15

Yep - there you go link to info from

Carameli Thu 24-Mar-05 21:20:10

cheers guys

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