Question about Vintage Lullaby Nest Crib
I have a Lullabye baby crib model #05025 that I bought 26 years ago. I am wanting to use it for my grandchild and am wondering if there are any safety issues that I need to be aware off. This bed served will for 5 years with my 2 children.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is possible that the paint used on the crib did infact contain lead. "Lead" paint was deemed unsafe and banned from use in 1978. Best way to check this is to go to your local hardware store and request a lead test kit. Follow the instructions as each test can be different. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
check this website. www.babysdream.com/Service/AssembIns/pdf/Convertible%20Generation%20Next%20Crib%20Instruction I needed the instruction to convert my daughters bed and was looking for some help and notice your question.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
SOURCE: Converting crib into day bed
i have just recently converted my son's to a daybed. pretty easy, and actually the instructions were on the mattress support board. in any case, you just remove the drop slide rail, put the mattress to the bottom level and attach the board that came with the crib across the front. the board doesn't sit up higher than the mattress, so my problem is that it's not going to keep my son from falling out. there are a pair of pre-drilled holes on both of the sides to screw the board in. Those screws also came with the crib. i made sure i put all the extra pieces in a bag and labeled it so i wouldn't be going crazy looking for them. And that's basically it. oh, and i guess you can go ahead and unscrew the latches (or whatever they are called) that holds up the drop slide rail since you won't use it anymore.
also, i just went on Wal Mart's website and they show a picture of the crib, daybed & toddler, so you can see what it looks like. Hope that helps. i'm trying to figure out how to convert my daughter's dorel crib and it's not easy like this one. good luck
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: We have a Lullabye crib
I'd suggest you contact your local health department and ask if they have someone there who could test the paint or if they have lead test kits available.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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