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Product Code: KRUMMELUR-FoamMattress-WH-403.485.22-1*SA[k]

IKEA KRUMMELUR Foam Mattress for Cot 60x120x8CM

By IKEA

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$159.00 Ex GST:$138.26


Availability: In Stock, Ready to Ship



IKEA KRUMMELUR Foam Mattress for Cot 60x120x8CM


Our cot mattresses are made from safe, sustainable materials. All are free from harmful chemicals and tested according to strict safety requirements. Your child will sleep safely – and so will you. The outer cover is easy to remove and is machine washable at 60°C. A fixed inner cover increases the fire safety of the mattress and makes it easy to put the outer cover back on after washing. It also prevents children from putting mattress contents in their mouth. The zipper of this mattress has a little pocket where you can hide the pull tab from the hands of curious children. The mattress has two different surfaces ‒ one wavy side with medium-firm comfort and one smooth side which is firmer.


good to know
For safety reasons, it is important that there are no gaps between the mattress and the edges of the cot.
We recommend IKEA fitted sheets for cots. They are dimensioned for our mattresses, which means the mattress retains its secure shape and size.
The mattress is dimensioned for IKEA cots.
Recommended for ages 0-3 years.
Wash the cover inside out with the zipper closed.
care instructions
Fixed cover
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

Removable cover
Machine wash, max 60°C, normal process.
Do not bleach.
Do not tumble dry.
Iron, max 150°C.
Do not dryclean.

Product dimensions
Length: 120 cm
Width: 60 cm
Thickness: 8 cm

Product description
Ticking/ Ticking: 64% polyester, 36% cotton
Quilt filling: Polyester wadding
Inner fabric: Non-woven polypropylene
Comfort material: Polyurethane foam 28 kg/cu.m.

environment
All IKEA mattresses, including sofa bed mattresses, are free from chemical flame retardants unless required by national legislation. We strive to use materials with fire resisting properties such as fibre barriers.

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1. Do you deliver throughout New Zealand?

Yes. We deliver nationwide, including North & South, Waiheke, Great Barrier, Chatham and Stewart Islands via a selection of regular freighting companies.

2. Do you deliver to Australia, Cook Islands or other locations outside New Zealand?

No. At this stage, we are unable to deliver outside New Zealand.

3. Do you charge a margin on delivery fees?

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5. If I buy more, will shipping be cheaper?

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We’ll do all we can to maximise your savings with great deals up front, combined packing and best-available delivery services.

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Most of IKEA Flat pack furniture requires assembly. All IKEA products provided by Urban Sales comes with step-by-step, simple and clear instruction so you can assemble it by yourself.

Please refer to assembly service page for more details

https://www.urbansales.co.nz/assembly-service

We all want our homes to be a safe place.

The best way to help prevent furniture tip-over accidents is to secure furniture to the wall. IKEA urges customers to inspect their IKEA chests of drawers and dressers to ensure that they are securely anchored to the wall using the restraints provided in the packaging.

IKEA specifically mentions the safety fixings in the assembly instructions. If the product is secured correctly to the wall as per the assembly instructions, it will be perfectly safe for use.

You can see IKEA has included safety fixings in many places, for examples "warning" in the assembly instruction, warning sticker on the part of the drawers. All the MALM drawers or similar types of chest of drawers have the fixing devices so people can attach them to the wall to avoid tipping over.

Should you need a replacement restraint kit to secure the IKEA furniture in your home, you can contact us to order one free of charge.

***Prevent furniture tip-over accidents ***

  • Furniture must be securely attached to the wall. Use the tip-over restraint provided with the product and the right hardware for your wall type. If the product is secured correctly to the wall as per the assembly instructions, it will be perfectly safe for use.
  • Never put a TV or other heavy objects on top of a chest of drawers or any furniture not intended for use with a TV.
  • Place heavy objects in the lowest drawers.
  • Avoid any risky actions as climbing or hanging on drawers, doors or shelves.

For more details, please visit: https://www.urbansales.co.nz/safer-homes-for-kiwis

To prevent accident or injury, please follow these safe use guidelines at all times:

- Wherever possible, attach, mount, bolt, or otherwise secure furniture to walls and floors.
- Avoid placing heavy items on top shelves of bookcases.
- Place televisions at the back of the cabinets and/or secure them to the wall.
- Discourage small children from climbing on the furniture.
- Avoid putting any items on top of furniture that might encourage children to climb up and reach.
- Ensure that all furniture in or around children's play areas are secure and stable.