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Removing Bite Marks on Crib Rail

I need help. Does anyone know how you can remove teeth marks on a crib rail? Or at least make it look better? This crib is secondhand and was expensive when new, but the baby has left teethmarks. Mostly teeth "dents" because the finish is still intact. Thanks.


By Freebyrdz from Ontario, Canada

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October 18, 20090 found this helpful

Guessing that the rail is plastic, you may have to seek a replacement rail. But the child will soon grow out of the baby crib, so why bother? If you're concerned about it's condition because you want to 'pass it down' as third hand, a good bacterial cleansing and the new parents will not have to worry if there's already bite marks along the rail. Don't fret about the bite marks; they will be minor to the expenses yet to come LOL.
Replacement rails:
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October 20, 20090 found this helpful

And, my personal opinion, the bite marks should be kept and not covered up or removed as a reminder of sentimental history of your babies teething whether you're keeping the crib or passing it along thirdhand :-)

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