I just bought him a new seat a few months ago and it was $200 so we cant afford another one right now. You would think the more expensive seats would have fewer of these chemicals, but its just not the case. Atleast I know for the future about these reports and will be checking the chemicals as well as safety reports. I know chemicals are in everything nowadays, but if some carseats have very little chemicals then it proves that all seats are capable of this.View Thread
This report got me thinking and a little worried. I bought what I thought was a safe seat for my son and it comes to find out that it has a "high" level of bromide. This article provides a useful link to the results of most car seats.View Thread
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