Newton Wovenaire Crib Mattress

Gugu Guru has featured the Newton Wovenaire Crib Mattress many times in the past, including in last year’s Back to Sleep event and the brand has some new news since then. If you aren’t familiar with this cutting edge mattress, we love the Newton Wovenaire Crib Mattress because it’s breathable, eco-friendly and machine-washable. The innovative design of the Newton Wovenaire Crib Mattress sets it apart from other crib mattresses on the market because it allows air to flow freely for optimal breathability and temperature regulation. This is because the mattress’s core is made of 90% free air (yes, air!) and 10% food-grade polymer.

We also love the low maintenance factor; Newton Wovenaire Crib Mattress’ washable material prevents bacteria growth, plus makes the inevitable middle of the night diaper or spit up situation. Newton’s perfect level of cushy firmness helps your baby stay asleep.  It’s all wrapped up in a breathable, three-dimensional fabric that provides comfort and unzips for easy washing. Newton contains no foam, latex, springs, glue, or allergens and is 100% recyclable.Newton Wovenaire Crib Mattress Replacement Covers

So what’s new with the Newton Wovenaire Crib Mattress since last year’s safe sleep event?  The cool color options for the replacement covers! You can gain the maximum breathability benefits of Newton’s Wovenaire by forgoing the crib sheet, and always have an extra cover on hand to make those late night clean ups a breeze. The Newton Crib Mattress Cover is made from our lightweight, breathable spacer fabric that is cozy enough for your little one and durable enough for everyday use. Simply throw the messy cover into the washing machine and replace with a fresh clean cover to get your baby (and you!) back to sleep more quickly.

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