• Choose a bed or cot with bars and a slatted bed base, as these let plenty of air through.
  • Put a firm mattress on to the bed, that allows your child to breathe freely and stay at the right temperature.
  • Use a bed bumper your baby can breathe through safely.
  • Put your baby in a sleeping bag, or put the sheet at the bottom end of the mattress.

Choose a bed or cot with bars and a slatted bed base, as these let plenty of air through.

Use a firm mattress that allows your child to breathe freely and stay at the right temperature.

The mattress must be firm enough to ensure optimal back support. Mattresses made of polyurethane (such as hybrid foam) are nice and firm and also ensure good air permeability and rapid moisture transport. If you combine this with the air permeable AeroSleep mattress protector, you immediately have a safe sleeping combination for your little one.

Tip! A SafeSleep fitted sheet over the 3D mattress protector will always guarantee safe breathing and good heat regulation.

Use a bed bumper your baby can breathe through safely.

A bed bumper will stop your baby from bumping into the bars and also makes sure your little one can continue to breathe safely through the fabric. That is why the AeroSleep bed bumper uses 3D technology that always allows your child to breathe freely and allows the air to circulate.

Put your baby in a sleeping bag, or put the sheet at the bottom end of the mattress.

A sleeping bag regulates heat, stops your baby from sliding down and makes it harder for your little one to roll over.
If you still prefer to use a sheet or blanket, only cover the bottom end and tuck the sheet firmly under the mattress. This will stop your baby from sliding down under the sheet or blanket.