Safety

At Babyletto, our top priority is your child's safety. We surpass national safety standards to provide you with the highest quality products possible.

All of our furniture meets voluntary ASTM standards in addition to CPSC regulations. We also have created our own rigorous quality control program to stay ahead of industry standards.

REQUIREMENT STANDARD BABYLETTO
Slats/spindles static load strengths (16 CFR 1219, ASTM F1169) 80 lbs 135+ lbs
Total lead content in paint (CPSIA Section 101) <.009% <.001%
Total lead content in surface coating (CPSIA Section 101) <.009% <.001%
Total lead content in substrate (CPSIA Section 101) <.01% <.001%
Phthalates (CPSIA Section 105) <.1% undetectable
Total lead content in paint (CPSIA Section 101) <.009% <.001%

Materials and Processes

Materials

Our cribs, dressers and changers are made of New Zealand pine wood from sustainable forests. This is one of the most sustainable and renewable wood resources, and its forests are expanding, increasing total wood production annually.

When construction requires the use of medium density fiberboard (MDF), Babyletto uses only materials that are CARB II compliant.

The cushions in our rockers and gliders are Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) free.

Stains & Paints

Our products are all formaldehyde and lead safe; the formaldehyde level for all of our furniture is undetectable.

Paint is considered safe when it has toxic materials under 300 parts per million (ppm). In order for a company to claim low toxicity, it must have no more than 90 ppm (as mandated by CPSIA section 101). Babyletto products come in at less than 10ppm.

We perform annual paint tests in order to maintain consistent quality, exceeding U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission regulations.

Testing & Quality Control

All our products are sent to a 3rd party CPSC-certified lab for testing to ensure compliance with ASTM standards.

We use an independent third-party lab to test all of our products. To ensure our products continue to adhere to all guidelines, we retest 25% of our full-size crib models every quarter.

Our annual paint tests have allowed us to achieve consistent quality and enabled us to exceed U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission paint safety standards.

We have created our own rigorous quality control program to stay ahead of industry standards. A quality control team at our production site individually checks and hand packs each piece to ensure the highest quality of craftsmanship before products leave our factory doors. Items are re-inspected and assembled by another team upon arrival in the US.

Product Safety

Full-Size Cribs

Mattress supports are metal and springs, which provide optimum support.

Each slat withstands at least 135lbs of pressure, exceeding the minimum requirement of 80 lbs. Slats are a maximum of 2 3/8" apart.

We use an independent third-party lab to test all of our products. To ensure our products continue to adhere to all guidelines, we retest 25% of our full-size crib models every quarter.

Standards

- ASTM F1169

- 16 CFR 1219

Tips

- Stop using our full-size cribs or convert to toddler bed when your child begins to climb or reaches 35".

- Crib mattresses should be at least 51.625"L x 27.25"W, with thickness not exceeding 6".

Mini Cribs

Each slat withstands at least 149lbs of pressure, exceeding the minimum requirement of 80 lbs. Slats are a maximum of 2 3/8" apart.

Standards

- ASTM F406

- 16 CFR 1220

Tip

- Stop using our mini cribs when your child begins to climb or reaches 35".

Changers & Dressers

In 2023, CPSC passed a new regulation requiring all dressers, chests, armoires and chifforobes
to be tested to stricter standards for stability and to reduce risk of tip-overs.


This new standard applies to all dressers manufactured on 9/1/23 and onward. While dressers
manufactured prior to this date have not been tested to the new standard, they are still safe and,
as always, we recommend installing the included anti-tip kit to ensure added stability. We are
proud to have always exceeded voluntary and mandatory regulations with our own internal
testing standards

The chart below the FAQs shows our current approach in testing all dressers and storage units, and how our testing measures against the new regulation.

Gliders and Rockers

All material finishes are lead safe.

All foam used in our seating are free of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs).

Standards

- CPSIA Section 101

- CPSIA Section 108 : Phthalates

- TB116 โ€” Flame Retardance of Upholstered Furniture

- TB117 โ€” Flame Retardance of Resilient Filling Materials

See note below the FAQs to view chart on the current approach in testing all dressers and storage units, and how our testing measures against the new regulation.

ASTM F2057-23

OUR APPROACH

Scope

Clothing Storage Unit >/= 27 in height, 30 lbs or greater in volume

Dual Weight

60 lbs

65 lbs

Major test

  • Simulated Clothing Load
  • Simulated reaction on carpet with child weigh
  • Simulated horizontal dynamic force

To learn more, visit the CPSC website.