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Graco Lauren Changing Table w/ Water-resistant Pad and Safety Straps (Black)

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Walmart has Graco Lauren Changing Table w/ Water-resistant Pad and Safety Straps (Black, 00524-42B) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free or you may opt for free store pickup where available. Thanks Steeve



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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Graco Lauren Changing Table with Water-Resistant Change Pad and Safety Strap, Black, Multi Open Storage Nursery Changing Table for Infants or Babies for $49.99 + FS with Prime
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  • BEAUTIFUL DESIGN: The Graco Lauren Changing Table with Drawer has an easily accessible open design that will bring a touch of elegance to any nursery. This easy-to-assemble changing table is the perfect combination of elegant design & practical function.
  • AMPLE STORAGE: With two open shelves to store your diapers, blankets, crib sheets, bibs, towels, washcloths, the Lauren Changing Table provides extra storage you can use even after you're done with diapers. Solid pine wood and composite construction.
  • COMFORT & CONVENIENCE: The Lauren Changing Table includes a waterproof changing pad and safety strap, plus four rollers with two locking wheels for added mobility. The sturdy surface keeps your baby safe while 2 shelves provide convenient storage space
  • COMPLETE BEDROOM SOLUTION: Storkcraft manufactures products for the total infant, kid's, or teen bedroom solution, including changing tables, dressers, glider rocker chairs, mattresses, beds, and bunk beds from brands like Graco, Thomasville, or Broyhill.
  • UNIQUE QUALITY: For 70 years, Storkcraft has been manufacturing quality furniture for infants, toddlers, kids, and teens. Compare our line of innovative products to those from Naomi Home, DaVinci, Dream on Me, BABYBJORN, Union or American Baby Company.
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I have this one and paid twice as much. Survived 3 kids. I used wicker baskets for storage - those scratched it up really good, so would use something softer like those collapsible fabric baskets instead or just accept that this is the beginning of how children change your life 🤪. The pad is very basic, plastic covered 1" foam and you won't be able to find a cover to put over it, but I actually didn't mind that since having it uncovered made the pad easier to wipe down with disinfecting wipes after each change.
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I have this one and paid twice as much. Survived 3 kids. I used wicker baskets for storage - those scratched it up really good, so would use something softer like those collapsible fabric baskets instead or just accept that this is the beginning of how children change your life 🤪. The pad is very basic, plastic covered 1" foam and you won't be able to find a cover to put over it, but I actually didn't mind that since having it uncovered made the pad easier to wipe down with disinfecting wipes after each change.
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This also survived three kids for me! It still looks new. We did buy a pad that kind of dipped in the middle- to keep the babe centered and a little bit trapped... This is a v good deal. We also had 3 kids (one at a time!) in the coordinated crib and it still looks great.
The parents, on the other hand, have lost some of their sheen.
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Thanks got one for my business bathroom.
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Mine survived 5 kids! (Including twins).. It's still in excellent condition so I removed the pad up top and added some bins and turned it into a toy storage area.. works great and keeps the room organized Smilie
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I posted this deal weeks ago :'(
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I posted this deal weeks ago :'(
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Can anyone tell me if the casters on the bottom are sturdy enough for heavy use? I'm debating trying to turn one into a makeshift kitchen island at this price. Figure if the wheels hold up I could slap a cutting board across the top and store kitchen appliances in it.

(While I realize it wouldn't be as good as a real rolling island, it also would be about a third the price and I just need something short term)
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In addition to going through 3 kids, this made a perfect pd (peritoneal dialysis) cart! Still looks great.
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Can anyone tell me if the casters on the bottom are sturdy enough for heavy use? I'm debating trying to turn one into a makeshift kitchen island at this price.
I was thinking the same
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I have a 15 months toddler who doesn't lay still when changing diaper. Anyone has experience whether this would work or any helpful tip when using this? Tia
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You can always always replace the casters if these plastic ones break shouldn't be expensive if you have a harbor freight near by.
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A must have for babies. Your back will thank you
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