(Closed) Infant car seat installed not in center

posted 9 years ago in Babies
Post # 17
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2006

Another car seat question: A friend was told by the nurse at the hospital that a towel under the base of the infant car seat would help protect the leather from scratching/imprinting. 

Is this still safe?

Post # 18
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

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@caszos: they have to put latch in at least 2 rear seats, and tethers in 3. a few cars allow you to use the outbound ones to create a center latch where there isn’t one. 

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@postitnote: was the nurse certified to put the seat in or was she just helping them put it in?  are you sure it was to protect the leather? i would have guessed it was to adjust the angle of the seat. under my seats, my mom (she’s a CPS) has always put no slip drawer stuff, it protects the leather (really nothing saves the leather after a few years of having the seat seat on it!) and keeps the seat from shifting, and for the angle she uses pieces of pool noodles.

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