By Blanche Coulomb. High Chair. Published at Tuesday, May 01st, 2018 - 08:08:11 AM.
In this article we're going to discuss how to pick out a high chair for your baby that is safe and reliable.
First, consider whether the baby high chair is easy to use. A tray should be accessible with one hand since you will most likely have your baby in your arms when you take off the tray. The buckles should snap together easily and should not be complicated to unsnap. Most high chair accidents are due to the fact that parents do not use the harnesses and buckles because they find them too time-consuming or difficult to manage. Find a model that is easy to access and does not take a struggle to buckle or unbuckle so your baby will remain safe.
Plastic high chairs are equally easy to clean, very handy to fold up and store or transport and have seats, which can be removed and cleaned very easily. Washable chairs or chairs that can be wiped are a must, and parents must verify whether the seats can be thoroughly cleaned. There are a number of good chairs in the market. One type of chair that is very convenient has a vinyl seat that can be easily washed.
Most tray chairs today are plastic, but many wooden ones are still available. Wooden feeding chairs have less options and usually smaller trays. High chairs come in all styles and patterns. Generally you want one that is stable (wide base), secure (3-point harness) and comfortable (padded seat). Many of these chairs have a reclining position that may be used for younger children and most have adjustable seat heights. Using a single strap instead of the 3-point system risks your child sliding down in the chair and either being strangled or falling.
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