Affix the pad to the top of the dresser. Some pads come with a strap that attaches to the back of the dresser, out of sight, or a sticky bottom. If yours does not, you can cut a piece of non-skid shelf liner or rug backing to size and lay it under the changing pad.
Also to know is, how do you attach a summer baby changing pad to a dresser?
2) With the Changing Pad in position attach the fastening strap to the back of the table or dresser using the 1/2″ wood screw included 1. 3) Periodically check the fastening strap to ensure it remains tight and securely attached to the table or dresser. buckle and pull the fastening strap through to release the pad.
Likewise, how wide does a dresser need to be for a changing pad? Well, it’s a great idea to use a regular dresser for changing, especially if you’re limited in space. A good height would be about 36″ tall. A standard table might be 20″ wide x 26″ long x 36″ high. A standard changing pad is 17″ x 33″.
Likewise, people ask, are changing pad liners necessary?
Covers and liners aren’t essential, but they are a good idea. The cover and the liner serve a different purpose than the pad does. The pad is meant to keep your baby cushioned during diaper changes and protect your belongings from pee and poop that makes its way out of the diaper.
Where do you change a baby without a changing table?
- Use the car.
- Use the bathroom floor.
- Use the sink counter.
- Use your lap while you sit on a toilet in the bathroom.
- Have baby stand in a stall.
- Use a flat surface out in the place of business.