If the crib is organic does this mean it is for babies have allergies and not other babies? Let’s hope not because this could be limited to customers in the marketplace. You could be cutting a large sector of the marketplace not including babies who do not have allergies. But then what if a baby is allergic to organic materials then where does that leave you? Surely, organic baby mattresses will be sold to the whole marketplace and not just a specific sector. If the organic baby mattress sells only to a small pocket of the marketplace well then they will really be hurting themselves economically. There are most likely are more sizes and types of organic mattresses on the marketplace than you can count. There is a baby organic mattress that will every need out there and they are fairly expensive to purchase this could be because of mattresses made of organic mattresses. They could cost anywhere from $100.00 dollars to almost $300.00 dollars. There are even organic toddler mattresses so there is something for everyone. Let’s get going and have a look at some of the organic crib mattresses.
First off organic mattresses are known to smell very bad. I remember reviewing one organic mattress that smelled so bad time and time again the customers complained the smell was unbearable. One customer said the mattress smelled so bad it gave her a headache. She had to put it out in the shed. Finally, the mattress did air only by only 50% and that was after several days of airing out. I say all this because for an organic mattress to be the “best” it must not emit any foul odors. By nature of the organic mattress construction, it should not emit any chemical or any other type of outgassing smells. There were other organic crib mattresses that were reviewed that had the same issue they smelled so bad.