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I have recently done this for my grandchildrens cots. In my case the cots are wooden. We removed the vertically sliding 'gate' along with all sliding components (all screwed out easily), cut the gate down to about half the length and screwed it permanently to the head and outer side of the bed frame. I also added a bracket underneath at the 'exposed' end so the new bed safety rail is more rigid (formed by the gate now being on the floor with the top about 300mm [12"] above the mattress) This gives safety from the young child falling out and they can still easily get into and out of the bed by climbing up/down at the foot end. I will happily send you a digital image if you send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (put MODIFY COT in subject line in case it goes to junk mail).
So now we have training beds - but these will not last long as the little people grow so quickly.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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