Question about Kinderkraft Vermont Crib
You can buy different lengths of inserts. When installing use an epoxy adhesive to fill and secure in the new wood. Most inserts have a washer type top that prevents them from going deeper and "headless" type are available that will go deeper into the hole in the wood.
Posted on Dec 31, 2014
I think you mean "insert nut"? Is this a internally threaded metal sleeve that came out of the wood? If so, you don't want to repair this crib. When that fell out, it most likely damaged the wood around it and it has compromised that hole. Putting a new insert in to the hole will not necessarily work, and the new one will pull out as well. I wouldn't use the crib. Too many deaths in cribs where someone attempted a repair that didn't work.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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