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At What Age Will My Baby Need a Crib Rail Cover?
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Babies generally start teething between four and seven months old, but they aren’t likely to gnaw on their crib until later in that window. Most babies can’t reach their crib rail until they start pulling up to stand, which most first attempt between eight and 10 months old. So even if your baby has cut his first tooth, you may have some time before a crib rail coverbecomes a necessity.

If your rail cover discourages your baby from chewing on the rail, you can probably get away with changing it out at the same time as your crib sheets, about once a week. If your baby continues to chew despite the cover, wash it whenever the cover is soaked. A little bit of drool won’t hurt, but large amounts of saliva may stay wet long enough to breed bacteria, compromise the wood rail finish, or promote mold or mildew.

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