How safe is your baby’s crib?
Children’s health is a number one priority for parents, this is why you are constantly trying to protect your children from harmful microorganisms and viruses, especially during the children’s early years. Your baby or child spends almost half of their days in bed together with millions of microorganisms that accumulate over the days such as dust mites, bed bugs, mold, bacteria, and viruses, which make of their mattress a reproduction haven and a living hell for those people who suffer from allergies, asthma, eczema, conjunctivitis and COPD disease.
Some of these microbes are harmless to their body, and some are actually helpful, however, in the right concentration and the wrong circumstance, some microbes could harm your child solely by being in contact with them while they sleep. These harmful invaders can reproduce very rapidly, if left uncontrolled; as they feed off the dead skin your child sheds and live in the 1.5 liters of sweat they produce every night and urine.
Parents of children that suffer from allergies, asthma, bronchitis, and eczema should sanitize their cribs, mattresses and beds at least every three months. Parents of children who don’t suffer from these are recommended to sanitize their room at least twice a year since continuous exposure to allergens and bacteria can cause a series of respiratory issues.