I have two cribs that I need to get rid of. I don't find either listed on any recall list, but they are both about 13 years old. I bought one of them before my oldest daughter was born, and it was used for her and stored until it was used for one of my twins. The other crib was purchased by my mom and used a very few times for visiting grandchildren and then for one of my twins. They don't look old and aren't worn out, but are they too old for someone else to use for their baby? I don't know if I should give them to someone or destroy them. I really hate to see them go to waste, but I don't want to put anyone else's baby at risk either. What do you think? Are they too old to be safe for use?
Answer by hypermamaz at 5:20 PM on Mar. 27, 2010
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