Question about Cosco Metal Crib
This crib is no longer being sold and Cosco no longer makes cribs at all. Drop-sided cribs are known for falling apart, having missing parts and children end up getting entrapped between the broken drop side and the rest of the crib and dying. Please, do not try and repair this crib, just throw it away. It should not be used for any child. Do not take the risk. It isn't worth it.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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