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QuickZip Bunk Bed Sheets and Safety Reminder

Posted by Elizabeth Sopher on

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QuickZip® Sheets are perfect for your bunk beds!  Changing bunk bed sheets is almost as inconvenient and challenging as changing a crib sheet.  We offer several options in style color and size--pick what works best for you and your family!

Drop-In/Closed Base Twin 

  • Features the traditional closed base that covers bottom of mattress and won't pop off!
  • Zip-on sheet zips off for quick changing and washing.
  • Perfect for "active" sleepers who tend to pull off sheets easily.

 "These sheets work great on my memory foam mattress." -Customer testimonial

Easy Install Fitted/Open Base

  • Features an open base much like a traditional fitted sheet.
  • Zip-on sheet zips off for quick changing and washing.

*All zipper sheets are interchangeable with any twin base* 

Visit our website to buy your twin sheet set today!

Safety Reminder:  An average of 36,000 bunk bed-related injuries occur every year to children in the United States.

Bunk Bed Injury Facts

  • Most bunk bed-related injuries occur from falls while sleeping or playing.
  • Injuries from bunk beds are usually worse than injuries from standard beds.
  • The head and neck are injured the most.
  • Half of all bunk bed-related injuries occur to children younger than 6.
  • 18 to 21-year-olds suffer double the number of injuries as other teens. This might be because many in this group use bunk beds in college or in the military.
  • Boys are injured more often than girls.

Bunk Bed Safety Tips:

  • Use guardrails on both sides of the top bunk. The gaps in the guardrails should be 3.5 inches or smaller to prevent strangulation.
  • Guardrails need to extend at least 5 inches above the mattress top to prevent kids from rolling off.
  • Check that the mattress foundation is strong and that the right mattress size is used.
  • Children younger than 6 are too young to sleep in the top bunk.
  • Keep the top bunk away from ceiling fans.
  • Install a night light near the ladder.
  • Teach kids how to carefully climb the ladder.
  • Do not allow children to attach belts, scarves or ropes to the bunk bed. This can lead to strangulation.

For more information visit: CPSC.gov

 

 


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