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    Default Cot teething rail

    Where can I buy one to go along the side of the cot, DS has just started to pull himself up and I don't want the cot to have little chomp marks over it!

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    You can buy them from Bambino Pronto

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    Hi, I purchased one from Bambino Pronto because of this thread so just wanted to post that it was not suitable for a thicker cot rail and I had to return it and purchase a wider cover which was the Munch Cot Teething Rail, so just be aware of which size you need.

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    i got one from toys r us

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    Ikea sells them

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    Yes tried Toys r us but it is the skinny rail or the one that sticks to the paint, did not know ikea sold them.

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    mine must be a different brand to that them as mine sort of clips over the rail it doesnt adhere to it so leaves no marks


 

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