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It's 16 x 32
Tiffanee Breitenbach
· February 25, 2013
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Thank you for your question. To clean, wipe clean with a damp cloth, air dry.
Summer I.
Manufacturer · June 22, 2015
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There's a security strap on the side that you can anchor to a dresser. Does that help?
Nancy F.
· April 30, 2013
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I don't think so, I actually bought a few covers that weren't summer infant and had to return them. Check the measurement though, it might fit.
julia marciano
· September 7, 2014
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I wouldn't bother with waterproof, the pad itself if waterproof. I just lay down old towels I can swap out when jr springs a leak and I wash them with his cloth diapers
90%
· March 7, 2017
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I did purchase regular changing table covers just so it's soft to the touch for my baby however it is plenty cushioned enough to not need a pad. It is also easy enough to clean without covers when cleaned right away but it's what you prefer for your situation and baby
Gail Barstow
· April 21, 2016
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I bought the Boppy covers. It's pretty much a standard size pad. I think the Babies R us or Buy Buy Baby brands would work as well.
Fldolphin
· September 16, 2013
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Yes. Holds liquid (urine) like a little swimming pool. Provides a head "pillow" and foot rest for baby, which is better than the hard wood hitting baby's head or feet. Keeps baby within the safe cushioned zones...
Richard R R Esq
· August 16, 2014
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I think it will be fine, the only thing that will keep baby from falling off is you. Seriously don't walk away for a second, even babies who aren't crawling or rolling can scoot off in a second. Have everything you need right there and if you have to walk away take baby with you. Even if you screw the pad to the dre… see more I think it will be fine, the only thing that will keep baby from falling off is you. Seriously don't walk away for a second, even babies who aren't crawling or rolling can scoot off in a second. Have everything you need right there and if you have to walk away take baby with you. Even if you screw the pad to the dresser that just gives you a false sense of security, you can't leave a baby unattended. see less I think it will be fine, the only thing that will keep baby from falling off is you. Seriously don't walk away for a second, even babies who aren't crawling or rolling can scoot off in a second. Have everything you need right there and if you have to walk away take baby with you. Even if you screw the pad to the dresser that just gives you a false sense of security, you can't leave a baby unattended.
Danelle Wright
· September 1, 2014
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Summer Infant has their own brand of contoured pad covers. That is what I use, they have held up to frequent washes and fit really well, plus they have the holes for the straps. I would guess there are generic ones that would fit, just check the measurements.
LunaMommy
· September 6, 2016