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  • Q Do I really need a changing pad for baby?

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    Especially for those times when a changing table isn't available, a changing pad can help keep you baby safe, comfortable and clean — and make clean-up easier on you. Ultimately, it's best to have two changing pads — a portable one to keep in the diaper bag, and one for use at home.

  • Q How long does a baby use a changing pad?

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    You can continue to use a changing table until your child reaches 32 inches in height—the standard length of a changing pad—which will likely be around one year to 18 months.

  • Q What to consider baby changing pad ?

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    There are so many options out there: How do you make sure you don't end up with a crappy changing pad? First, you need to think about materials. Your diaper changing pad either needs to be wiped clean with a Lysol wipe, or should be able to be tossed in the washing machine. After all, no one wants to hand-wash a changing pad!
     
    Next you need to consider its use. Are you taking it with you, or are you using it at home? This will determine the size you need, and if you need it to fold up.
     
    Lastly is cost. Spending a ton of cash on something your baby is literally going to poop all over feels like a waste to us.
     
    You can avoid getting the contents of their loaded diapers all over the nursery (and their hands) with these top-rated picks. Whether you have a squirmy baby who can’t seem to keep still or you just need a pad that speaks to your love of all things organic, we’ve found the best changing pads to easily get you through the diaper phase ... as long as it may feel.
     
  • Q What kind of changing pad is best?

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    The PU foam Changing Pad has a contoured and ergonomic design that makes it incredibly easy to wipe down. Parents love that they don’t even need to buy covers and that the slope and curvature of the pad make for simple, no-fuss cleanup.

    The baby change pad has a secure belt to keep baby safe and is soft enough to prevent too much wiggling. Parents say that their babies are so comfortable in the changing pad, though, that they feel cozy enough to hang out in it even after a change.

  • Q Are you a factory ?

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    Yes, We are factory ,welcome to visit.
    Factory Address: Add: No.191 Baiyang Bridge, Zhenglu Town, Changzhou City, Jiangsu, China.
  • Q What’s the Minimum Order for this item?

    A Our MOQ is 50 pieces.
  • Q Sample time?

    A 3-7 days, depends on the design
  • Q What is your Shipping Terms?

    A Sea, air and express (DHL,FEDEX,UPS,EMS, etc.) delivery ways are available.
  • Q What is your Payment Terms?

    A T/T(Bank transfer), Credit Card, E-checking, Paypal, and other payment ways are acceptable.
  • Q What's the Production lead time and shipping time?

    A Around 20-25days after confirm all the details.
  • Q what does an anti fatigue mat do?

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    Anti-fatigue mats are often used to decrease foot and lower limb disorders for workers who stand in one position for long periods. However, providing a mat may not solve the entire problem. Discomfort, tiredness, and sore feet, legs, knees or hips after long hours of standing are the combined effect of several factors, namely the design of the work, the workers' footwear, and the flooring material. According to scientific data, standing for long periods of time is particularly stressful and fatiguing. Regardless of the quality of shoes and quality of the floor covering, standing itself can cause tiredness after an entire working day.

  • Q What should be considered first when a person stands all day at work?

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    When considering the use of anti-fatigue mats, there are other factors that should be considered at the same time, such as allowing changes in working/standing position, footwear, and flooring.

    • Changes in working/standing position: Work should be organized so that the worker has some choice about his/her working position and an opportunity to change position frequently. A workplace that includes an optional seat (chair, sit/stand stool) and some kind of footrest increases the variety of body positions and encourages frequent changes between them.

    • Footwear: Footwear is a factor which, if properly chosen, may further reduce the harmful effects of prolonged standing. There is no doubt that the choice of footwear is an important consideration for people who work on their feet. Shoes should ensure adequate arch and heel support and cushioning while providing comfort to the wearer.

    • Flooring: The type of flooring used in the workplace has an equally important influence on comfort, especially on tender feet. Hard, unyielding floors, like concrete, are the least comfortable surface to work on. Walking on a hard floor is similar to the impact of a hammer pounding the heel at every step. Wood, cork, carpeting, or rubber - anything that provides some elasticity - is generally gentler on workers' feet. More than that, softer floor coverings reduce fatigue and improve safety by reducing slips and falls on slippery floors.
  • Q When should anti-fatigue mats be used?

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    There are two options to alleviate foot discomfort where resilient floors are not practical. One is footwear with thick insulating soles and shock-absorbing insoles.

    Anti-fatigue matting is the other option. Anti-fatigue mats absorb the shock due to walking and this cushioning effect reduces foot fatigue. However, the use of matting requires caution because mats can lead to tripping and falling accidents when installed improperly.

    Another type of floor covering, namely, anti-slip matting, is useful in increasing foot comfort and safety. However, workers may find that their feet burn and feel sore, because the non-slip properties of anti-slip matting cause their shoes to grab suddenly on the flooring, making their feet slide forward inside the shoes. Friction inside the shoes produces heat which creates soreness. Non-slip resilient insoles can reduce this discomfort.

    In summary, the use of anti-fatigue mats or placing carpeting on the floor does not eliminate sore feet by itself, but, when combined with proper work design and quality footwear, it should improve working conditions.

  • Q How do I select an anti-fatigue mat?

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    There are many types of mats that are sold as "anti-fatigue" mats. When choosing a mat, consider the following:

    • Know the purpose of the mat. Anti-slip or other mats are not the same as anti-fatigue mats. Choose a mat that matches your needs best.
    • The thickness of the mat. Softer and thicker may not always be better. Choose a mat that provides some elasticity, but at the same time is not so soft that a person feels they cannot stand comfortably.
    • Know the environment the mat will be used in.
      • Mats should not slip, or create a trip hazard.
      • Mats should have sloped edges (sloped edges are less of a trip hazard, and allows carts to roll over them more easily)
      • Mats may need to be cleaned. In some areas, such as food preparation, being able to adequately clean the mats will be important.
  • Q Does this anti-fatigue mat create any static electricity?

    A The material does not generate static as do cloth type materials
  • Q Are these mats easy to clean?

    A Yup, a quick sweep and a wet washcloth make it look like new. 
  • Q Does this anti-fatigue mat have a non-slip backing?

    A Yes, it’s non-slip, it does have ridges on the back.
    The whole mat will not slides around with these anti-skid grooves.
  • Q Does this anti-fatigue mat have any type of odor?

    A Broad i home anti-fatigue mats are made off 100% PU(polyurethane ). We promise , it has no odorless, non-toxic, no other harmful harmful ingredient. It is completely safe.
  • Q What material is it made of?

    A 100% PU (polyurethane) foam.
    There is no rubber or latex used in these. It is soft, comfortable, and supportive.
  • Q Why do I need anti-fatigue mats?

    A Anti-fatigue mats are often used to decrease foot and lower limb disorders for workers who stand in one position for long periods.
    Tiredness, discomfort, sore feet, legs, knees after long hours of standing are the combined effect of several factors. According to the research, standing for long periods of time is particularly stressful and fatiguing. Regardless of the quality of shoes and quality of the floor covering, standing itself can cause tiredness after an entire working day.
    If your work involves standing for periods of two hours or more,like a cashier, a chef,a model or making a professor lecturing, doing housework, you should consider using an anti-fatigue mat.

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