What are the types of infants and young children’s sleeping bags and how to choose?
Question: How should I choose to buy sleeping bags for my baby?
Answer: Infants and young children’s sleeping bags refer to sleeping bags used by infants and young children within 36 months, and they are generally suitable for infants and young children of 100cm and below.
Infants and young children’s sleeping bags are generally divided into two different thickness such as single -layer, double -layer, cotton, and thick cotton. Choosing the appropriate thickness according to room temperature will make the baby feel comfortable. Sleeping bags can be slightly thinner than the quilt. When the room temperature is low, a thin quilt or blanket can be adjusted appropriately.
Package sleeping bags are suitable for small moon -age babies under 0-2 months. You can make small moon -age babies more secure and more stable in sleep.
Envelope sleeping bag is suitable for babies 0-6 months. Generally, the collar and sleeves can be disassembled, and the sleeping bag can also be lengthened. Parents can choose a style with larger space inside the sleeping bag to give the baby a sufficient stretching space.
Sleeping and sleeping bags are suitable for babies 0-36 months. It looks like a jacket, which does not affect the normal activity of the baby when wearing it. It is a stylish sleeping bag style that is more easy to accept.
The fabrics of infants and young children’s sleeping bags are the first choice for cotton -based natural fiber fabrics, which have the advantages of skin -absorbing sweat absorption and good breathability. The number of yarns is also particular. The higher the yarn, the softer the fabrics weaves out. The amount of fabrics of the infant sleeping bag are generally more suitable for 50-60.
Pay attention to the following details when buying:
1. Recognize the logo. GB 18401-2010 “National Textile Products Basic Safety Technical Scope” stipulates that textile safety levels are divided into three categories: A, B, and C. Infants and young children should meet the requirements of Class A. Before buying, you can check the labels to indicate whether the words “infant supplies” are marked. Fiber composition and content, product standards and product standards and safety category information are carefully purchased.
2. Pay attention to details. Try to buy sleeping bags with lighter colors, simple styles, and less decorative objects. Do not choose sleeping bags with head and neck for infants and young children. Sleeping bag neckline is moderate size, especially the zipper port must protect the skin from being traumated. Sleeping bag is stitched tightly, and the internal wireless head avoids the line head wrapped around the fingers.
3. Matching style. Parents can choose the appropriate sleeping bag based on the age size of infants and young children, sleeping habits, indoor temperatures, and convenience of changing diapers. No matter what kind of sleeping bag, it is necessary to ensure that the baby’s legs have enough space for movement.