10 Things No One Should Ever Buy Used

1. Cribs

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Back in 2011, the government changed safety standards for baby cribs in response to infant deaths related to old designs.

Though drop-side cribs used to be common, they are now banned. Plus, the new rules require stronger supports and hardware.

The problem with buying a used crib is the chance you might end up with one of the many that have been recalled. It may be easy to avoid drop-side cribs, but unless the seller can provide the original sale information, you may not know whether the crib you buy meets the latest safety requirements.

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