This post is sponsored by Newton Baby, however, all opinions are my own.
We have been looking to upgrade Sarah’s mattress for quite some time. Now that she is potty training, her previous mattress was just not conducive to this process. It wasn’t easy to clean at all, and as a busy family, the last thing we wanted to deal with every day was having to wash the umpteen amount of mattress pads we had, on top of making sure we wipe down the actual mattress itself. It became increasingly difficult to do this day after day. Sometimes twice a day if she wet herself during naptime.
We were fortunate enough to be sent this amazing crib mattress from Newton Baby, and it has been a major game changer in our household. The main thing that I love most about the Newton Wovenaire Breathable Crib Mattress is that it is washable-both the cover and core.
Yes, you read that right!
You can totally clean the inside of the mattress. With traditional mattresses, if your child is constantly wetting, then the stuffing/padding eventually becomes soaked, even if you use a mattress pad. We cut open Sarah’s old mattress and the inside was just disgusting. However, The Newton Breathable Crib Mattress is different. Just take a look for yourself.
As I previously noted, the cover easily comes off so it can be tossed in the wash. There is a zipper that goes on the entire mattress which makes taking it out and putting it back on a breeze! The patented Wovenaire core is 90% air and 10% food-grade polymer and provides the comfort of foam and latex without any of the drawbacks.The core (as you can see in the second photo) can be placed into a tub and simply sprayed off. We have a diaper sprayer attached to our toilet, so that makes the cleaning super easy. If you don’t have one, the shower head will do or you can use the spout in the tub.
It may look like the mattress is heavy, but it’s actually very lightweight. It’s around 10-11 pounds, so it’s easy to carry, and changing the sheets are easy as well. If you are concerned about chemicals and toxins as much as I am, then no worries. Because this mattress is not made of the traditional foam, latex, springs and glue that are so common in other crib mattresses, this means there is no need to worry about gassing, toxic chemicals or allergens.
Sarah is a rough sleeper. She would frequently toss and turn at night on her old mattress, however, after the first night, I noticed how she was sleeping more peacefully. The design of the Newton Wovenaire Breathable Crib Mattress allows for maximum airflow.This helps to regulate body temperature and help your child stay asleep longer.
If you are on the fence about the Newton Crib Mattress, you’re in luck. They offer a 100 night guarantee. This means that if you aren’t happy, you can return it for a full refund! This alone is the #1 reason why you should give the Wovenaire Crib Mattress a try!
Remember I mentioned how easy it is to clean? Check out the cleaning in action!
Love of impromptu dance parties, 80’s cartoons, and horizontal life pauses (aka naps); Natasha Brown is a stay at home mom of 4 kids, and wife to one lucky guy! In her spare time, she is co-editor of Grits & Grace, as well as editor for The Mother Hustler Blog and Creative Director for the Mother Hustler podcast.