Constructive Playthings Shares Re-Purposing Tips for Non-Compliant Cribs

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Constructive Playthings will be sharing do-it-yourself methods for re-purposing non-compliant cribs. The leading provider of teacher's supplies, classroom materials and early education toys, is pleased to offer this information to their customers.

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Constructiveplaythings.com, a provider of teacher's supplies, classroom materials, and early education toys, will be sharing do-it-yourself methods for re-purposing non-compliant cribs with the early education field.

By the end of 2012, the Consumer Product Safety Commission requires that all cribs in childcare facilities meet their new standards. Instead of simply throwing away cribs that do not meet the new requirements, Constructive Playthings will be giving the public instructions on how to turn them into new furniture.

While others in the industry have not been able to provide an answer to this problem, Constructive Playthings offers everyone a unique solution to a costly issue. Throwing out furniture is a waste to tight school budgets, while not an environmentally friendly option. However, when you convert your old non-compliant cribs you can be comforted in knowing that the money spent on furniture did not go to waste, while reducing the need to tap budgets for new items. Additionally, educators can feel comforted that they are not contributing to landfills.

Cribs can be converted into a bench, chair, or easel just to name a few transformation possibilities that can take place. The instructions will be presented in an easy to follow manner that will allow people to make these furniture conversions on their own without any outside assistance.

Constructive Playthings is pleased to offer this information to their customers and hopes to make meeting the new Consumer Product Safety Commission standards less of a financial burden. The company is sure that with their expert guidance, customers will be overjoyed with the instructions that can help them save a hefty sum of money.

For more information about Constructive Playthings visit Constructiveplaythings.com, call our customer service line at 1-800-448-1412, or contact us via email at cp(at)constructiveplaythings(dot)com.

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