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Please consider QuickZip for your nursery or your next baby shower gift


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QuickZip is compiling information here from official governemnt and medical sources. As always, consult your caregiver for specific questions, and for more complete infomation, please see:

Your baby spends up to 15 hours a day sleeping. His crib sheet should be as safe as his car seat.

QuickZip has reinvented the crib sheet; enclosing the entire mattress so that it can’t be pulled off and won’t pop off accidentally becoming a hazard that could interfere with your baby's breathing.

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have long warned of the hazards of loose bedding and recently updated and expanded their recommendations to reduce the number of infant deaths due to SIDS and suffocation or strangulation in bed (CDC). QuickZip goes beyond the current recommendations because of its patented design—the wraparound base and secure zip-on sheet.

You likely know all this, so why are we posting this reminder? Approximately 3,500 infants die annually in the United States from sleep-related deaths, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) (44%); ill-defined deaths (31%); and accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed (25%). The number of infant deaths initially decreased in the 1990s after a national safe sleep campaign, but has plateaued in recent years.

In addition to creating a safer sleep environment, QuickZip is quick to change, zipping off and on in seconds (easy! even at 2 am when messes always seem to happen), reducing hassle and allowing baby and the entire family, to get back to sleep faster. QuickZip Crib Sheets are recommended by parenting experts and are used by a legion of happy customers.

QuickZip is compiling information here from official governemnt and medical sources. As always, consult your caregiver for specific questions, and for more complete infomation, please see: