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Instructions for bed 

Instructions guide for bunk beds 120cm high
maintenance , bed structure .

There is four main panels that create the bed are front and back ,two side ends , along side 1 roll of sprung slats .
The side ends,The shorter panels have the holes ,for the circle lock cams , insert the circle fixings with arrow pointing to side hole on small edge ready to take the pins should be 8 on each panel , this makes the inside of the bed sides .
The front and rear of the bed have the pin screw fixings , so insert the screw end into small hole location on inner faces and turn until they are inserted and located solidly like screws this again will be 8 on a panel facing into the bed .

You can then push the pins into holes into the small side panels into location holes and turn to lock once push all the way in , this will tighten the sides , you will know they are done as turning with slight pressure will stop turning and bed will be joined solidly , repeat this on the four panels of the bed .

You can then roll slats across for top bunk on the rails on the inside of the bed , fixing every third rail into the side batten using 35mm fixings , this happens on both side rails the length of the bed , this ensures slats do not slip from rails . Repeat this to the bottom if you request and brought rails for bottom bunk . This is a very important process to ensure bed structure for top bunk .

We request if you see the children running or jumping on the bunks ,the rail and slat areas will need a quick check and overview to make sure they are not damaged or have become lose if they have, either contact us or tighten or replace /add extra fixings using 45mm screw If it's the rails or 35mm bed slats ,if slats break you can get replacements via ourselves or IKEA ,they should easily withstand it but we request a check as beds are designed for sleeping not jumping .

We cannot be responsible for miss use of our beds they are designed for sleeping not horseplay or jumping on please don't be afraid of the beds , this is just our procedure we recommend .

We also request a quick 1 minute check every week to check all fixings and bed structure by checking all of the above to check for any issues .

The stairs module can be pushed to the requested side of the bed and fixed from inside the stair locations into side of the bed , and the same for the slide module if brought .
Our bunks are designed to house children from 2-3 +years on bottom bunks and ages 6+ years on top bunks , this is requested by uk regulations and ourselves . No children under these ages are recommended .

Without any of these process the bed will be deemed as unsafe and unworthy please follow the instructions and enjoy the bed safely and comfortably.

WARNING;  high beds and the upper bunk beds are not suitable for children under six years due to the risk of injury from falls .

WARNING ; bunk beds and high beds can present a serious risk of injury from strangulation if not used correctly.  Never attach or hang items to any part of the bunk bed that are not designed to be used with the bed for example ,but not limited to ropes, strings,cord hooks ,belts and bags .

WARNING; Children can become trapped between the bed and the wall, a roof pitch, the ceiling ,adjoining pieces of furniture (e.g. cupboards) and the like .To avoid risk of serious injury the distance between top safety barrier and the adjoining structure shall not exceed 75mm or shall be more than 230mm.

WARNING Do not use bunk bed or any any bed if parts of the structure is broken or missing .



Important information , 

A quick memo to confirm we build our beds in accordance the British standards. info below it is a bit of a read but should answer any questions for you 

All our Kids Beds are built to be the ultimate in comfort bunks they are for an of age 6+ for sleeping in the top and 2-3 years on the bottom as uk standard requests this age for the top bunk , infinity customs we cannot monitor or prevent or be responsible for different usage of our beds only advise .

Safety is as important a consideration here as comfort is when your child settles down for a good night’s sleep all of our beds are build above and beyond the levels required .

We have never used oversized openings or oversized open slat systems on the sides or bottom , the slats we use are ikeas certified bed slats where mattresses sit ,
We try to prevent as many problems and issues as we can keeping your children safe as we can , even down to drawers in stairs as we feel they are not safe this is our opinion , also as a parent common sense always should take place too 

Regulations that cover the design and construction of bunk beds are far more stringent than they used to be and bunk beds must comply with strict British safety standards. They are now required to be completely rigid and stable, and it is important that a mum and dad who is self-assembling a newly bought bunk bed follows the manufacturer’s instructions to the letter or they are installed by our trained technical staff if they are from our selves .

Guard rails on the top bunk must now, by law, be on all sides of the bed, as there have been serious accidents and even fatalities resulting from children who have slipped out of the top bunk and become trapped between the bed 

Guidance concerning mattresses used on the top bunk is very specific when it comes to Health and Safety. A mattress on a top bunk is required to fit firmly with the top of it being at least 10cm below the top of the guard rail. We fall within these guidelines aiming to give a service you can trust 

The beds are not designed for children under these ages especially under 1 year old they should still be in cot beds not bunks .

Even themed beds are purely designed for sleeping in not jumping and bouncing on ,again once in your home we cannot monitor how they are used .

We will always advise and go beyond and do our best to help any questions about our beds or products feel free to message us

Our paint is water based and non toxic lead free provided by Johnsons