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    jan21baby posted:
    I seen an ad in the newspaper for a crib for sale. a graco lauren..less then a yr old (drk chry). I bought it for my brother and his gf. well the front inside of the bar is all chipped up from this girls LO teething on it. So i was wondering if anyone knows if you can purchase one of the plastic protective pieces seperatley? i plan to try and sand it down and paint just this piece but my bf doesnt seem to think i will be able to match the color. SO..i figured id match it as close as possible and IF possible get a plastic piece to put on it too. cuz who wants their LOs eating the paint!! Its beyond me why such a nice crib (or any for that matter) wouldnt have a plastic piece to protect it anyways! but oh well. anyone know any info here??? appriciated!
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    MontanaMama2009 responded:
    You can purchase either cloth or plastic crib rail covers:

    http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?order_num=-1&SKU=15006110
     
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    leftcoastgirl responded:
    If the wood is stained rather than painted, you might want to give this a try. I've used it for furniture scratches in the past, and it works really well.

    http://www.oldenglishpolish.com/sf2_scratch.shtml


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