If you’re shopping for a crib mattress, you’ll want to check out Nuzzle Snuze. Colgate—the third generation, family-owned specialists of high-quality, handmade crib mattresses—is the first to launch this line of recycled and recyclable crib mattresses, which provide the most natural microclimate for babies and toddlers.
The Nuzzle Snuze offers AirWeave technology, a spun matrix of totally synthetic fibers that allows air to flow freely through the unique matrix to produce the perfect microclimate for sleep and comfort. “When air circulates through a crib mattress, it keeps your baby warmer and cooler, depending on what your baby needs,” says Dennis Schuetz, director of marketing merchandising for Colgate Kids. The Nuzzle Snuze is wrapped in naturally fire resistant fabric that’s Greenguard certified so you can be assured that it doesn’t contain any toxic, off-gassing chemicals. The Nuzzle Snuze is 100 percent recyclable, too. (Yes, crib mattresses can be recycled.) We’re getting ahead of ourselves, but for a list of mattress recycling facilities in your state, visit the Mattress Recycling Council.
Snoozing in Style
With crib mattresses, it’s what’s on the inside that counts. You want to buy the firmest mattress you can afford because it offers the safest sleep surface for your baby. What’s may seem too hard for you isn’t too hard for your baby to sleep on. Think brick! Still, most parents judge a crib mattress by its boring white or beige cover, Schuetz says. Consequently, most crib shoppers don’t think the mattress is important and discount this purchase by spending hours selecting the crib, then whizzing through the crib mattress section and buying the cheapest crib mattress they can find.
That’s not necessarily a safe move. The Nuzzle Snuze is designed to change all that and get your attention. It comes in three gorgeous fabric patterns in muted, fashion-forward colors: Chickadee (gray and yellow abstract chicks), Squiggles (yellow abstract design) and Dottie Lottie (various colored dots). Chickadee, Squiggles and Dottie Lottie are the new white.
Babyproductsmom loves the Snuzzle Nuze for its innovative design. If “babyifying” the crib mattress is what it takes to get shoppers to notice and appreciate this important product, then so be it. “Nuzzle Nest is trying to do what’s best for baby, while appealing to the consumer—mom and dad,” Schuetz says.