How Do You Assemble A Pali Paula Crib?
Hello, I want to tell you that our children can grow up at any time, and only then you understand that the crib does not suit them a little, and you start to figure out what to do to make your sons comfortable, so I would advise you not to be in a hurry to collect this crib, but listen to me because I recently faced the same problem and I can honestly tell you that a full size daybed with trundle can be a good option for the younger generation, they are also good in size and comfort.
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The Paula crib is constructed of solid wood and is made to last for years, according to Pali, the manufacturer. Pali recommends the bed be checked periodically to ensure the bolts and fixtures are firmly in place. As with other wood products, the Paula crib finish is subject to moisture and heat. Vaporizer steams should be pointed away from the crib to prevent potential damage to the bed. Before beginning the assembly, make sure all the parts have been included. Place the leg insert in the bottom of the crib leg. You may need to tap the insert with your rubber hammer to seat it completely. Place the caster in the insert. Gently tap the caster with a rubber hammer until it is securely seated. Stand the crib pieces upright. Attach the headboard and footboard to the rails. Insert the curved fastener plate in the large holes on the inside of the rails. The fastener plate is a piece of metal that looks like a tube cut in half lengthwise with a hole in the middle. Insert the long Allen head