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I'm seeing prices of $60 to $70 new so it sounds like not a bad deal assuming they are in great condition. We've had two and they look like they are about that size, although it's hard to tell exactly. My only concern is that the one on the right looks like the wool has been left a little long, which may be a concern for some people (just like anything soft and squishy around a new baby.)
Just be careful with the chemicals if that's important to you (I didn't open the link so I have no idea if they're the natural super expensive kind or not). For us, since we're mostly broke, we get the ikea sheepskins. The small ones are about $30, the large ones I'm not sure of. It's the wool that's most important to us. We do let them off-gas for awhile but even from the get-go I didn't notice any funky smells on ours. They just smelled like wool
Okay, school me--I have NO idea what you use these for!
Monkey keeper - I think that many use them as changing pads etc because they wick away moisture and do not hold in odors. My question is how do you wash if you get poop on them??
Interesting. Thanks! I think my dogs might think they were rawhides... ;-)
so glad to know i can get on at IKEA. I was planning on using it in our sidecar crib and for playtime. I have always wanted one but they are usually so expensive. Is ti the same quality if it is so much cheaper at IKEA?