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Ikea sniglar cot dismantling / reassembling

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Trixybelle Wed 19-Feb-14 10:03:24

Does anyone have one? I'm visiting my parents for 2 months so would rather have proper cot rather than using travel cot. But will be visiting 2 other relatives as well for over a week at a time. Would the cot be easy enough to put up and down? Or would it get ruined where all the screws etc are?

OnePlanOnHouzz Wed 19-Feb-14 10:19:47

why not buy another to keep at your parents ( it's only £35 ) - just take your mattress and bedding - and look for a second hand travel cot ( or free one on free cycle ) for the small visits ?!

CrazyOldCatLady Wed 19-Feb-14 10:36:48

Ours has been put up and taken down a few times and it doesn't seem to have done it any harm. To be honest, it's less hassle than dealing with our travel cot, which is pure evil.

Trixybelle Fri 21-Feb-14 18:08:31

That's my opinion on my parents travel cot Crazy, takes me longer to put it up than I'd imagine rebuilding the ikea would.
Oneplan - I'm abroad so buying one for my parents house but want to take it on visits.

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