About Our Products
What kind of products does BreathableBaby® offer?
BreathableBaby® is best known for our signature, original Breathable® Mesh Crib Liners, but also sells crib bedding sets and other safe sleep products for your baby’s nursery. See our full assortment on our Shop page.
What is the difference between mesh crib liners and crib bumpers? What do doctors, legislators and regulators say about them?
Mesh crib liners are made of lightweight, breathe-through mesh. They do not have padding inside them to restrict airflow, unlike crib bumpers. Many doctors, legislators and regulators see mesh crib liners as a safer alternative.
How do I choose the right kind of mesh crib liner?
First, determine which type of crib you have: four-sided slatted, solid-back, solid end, or mini crib. We offer liners for each type of crib. You can shop our selection of liners here.
How can I install a mesh crib liner on my baby’s crib?
Once the liner panels are lined up and woven through the crib slats appropriately, be sure to use both the hook-and-loop fasteners as well as the ties to fasten your liner to the crib slats. Tuck the liner below the mattress for a secure fit. And, make sure to remove the liner as soon as your baby can sit or stand unaided. If you still have questions, just give our Customer Care team a call and they can help.
When should I remove the mesh crib liner from my baby’s crib?
Remove the liner when your baby can sit or stand unaided.
What steps does BreathableBaby take to ensure their mesh crib liners are safe?
At BreathableBaby, safety is our top priority. Safety is the starting point for our product design, and we take extra steps (like consulting with doctors and rigorously testing our products) to make sure all our safer sleep solutions are safe enough for your family. We are proud to not only meet but also exceed all relevant product safety standards. Our research is helping to make products safer across the board, too.
Orders, Shipping and Returns
Where can I buy your products?
BreathableBaby products are available at stores near you, including Target, Walmart, Babies R Us and BuyBuyBaby. They are also available online at Amazon.com, BreathableBaby.com and other online retailers. Internationally, BreathableBaby products can also be found at Canadian, UK and other retailers.
Where can BreathableBaby.com orders be shipped?
Within the United States, BreathableBaby.com orders can be shipped to the 48 contiguous states, including PO Boxes. We cannot ship to Alaska or Hawaii.
How will my BreathableBaby.com order be shipped?
BreathableBaby.com uses FedEx SmartPost to ship. SmartPost charges a flat shipping rate and typically takes up to 7 days to arrive depending on your shipping location.
Will my BreathableBaby.com order include Sales Tax?
Sales tax is charged in accordance with applicable U.S. tax law.
Can I cancel an order that I placed on BreathableBaby.com?
Yes, as long as the item has not been shipped yet (which normally happens 12-24 hours after the order has been placed). For any questions, contact Customer Care and be sure to have your order or confirmation number available.
I need to return a BreathableBaby product that I purchased. What should I do?
Return your product to the retailer where it was purchased. If it was purchased through BreathableBaby.com, contact our Customer Care team and they will be able to help you. Products must be returned within 15 days of purchase and must be in their original condition, including packaging, instructions and any accessories. Refunds will be given on the credit card used at time of purchase. Shipping will be at your expense.
I received a BreathableBaby product that I believe to be defective. What should I do?
At BreathableBaby, safety is our top priority and we stand behind all of our products. If you believe you have received a defective product, contact our Customer Care team and we will be happy to replace it for you.
Infant Safe Sleep
In addition to using a mesh crib liner, what else can I do to help my baby sleep safely?
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) makes several recommendations regarding infant safe sleep (see full article). Babies should always be placed on their backs on a firm sleep surface, such as a crib or bassinet, with a tight-fitting sheet. The AAP recommends avoiding the use of soft bedding in the crib, including crib bumpers, blankets, pillows and soft toys. Babies should also share a bedroom with parents (ideally until the baby turns one), as room-sharing can decrease the risk of SIDS by as much as 50%. Additionally, the baby should not be exposed to smoke, alcohol, and illicit drugs.