Safety 1st car seats can be converted into booster seats for older children using the instructions in this how-to. Car seats are meant for infants and toddlers, thus they function differently from other types of child seats.
Increasing your personal safety through transformation If you have the proper tools, the process of converting a child’s first car seat to a booster seat should take no more than 15 minutes.
Steps on Converting Safety 1st Car Seat To Booster Seat
Remove the harness straps before beginning the process of turning your Safety First car seat into a booster.
Using scissors or simply tearing them off, make sure you leave at least an inch of the strap intact so that it doesn’t get in the way while putting on and securing the new booster’s belt.
A new highback or backless booster can now be attached in their place after the old harness straps have been removed.
For safety’s sake, make sure this convertible car seat doesn’t leave any gap between the seats that were previously utilized since if it does, someone could be injured or killed in an accident.
How Do You Change A Safety First Car Seat To Forward-Facing?
You’ll first need to ensure that your child’s weight and height satisfy the manufacturer’s specifications for forward-facing.
Then remove the cloth coverings that hide the push buttons and the harness straps (you may need a screwdriver or tool to release some of them).
To make it easier for you to put everything back together when it’s time to switch modes, lay out all of those pieces in order on a clean surface.
Then strap in.
Step One: Identify the Seat Belt Type on Your Car Seat
You may have a LATCH system or standard belt routing through the slots on the bottom of either side of the child’s chair, depending on the specific model of Safety First car seat you have purchased.
Your specific model should come with instructions on how to install it, if you’ve recently acquired one of these seats.
Step Two: Find the Best Location to Restrap Your Child’s Seat Belt on Each Side of Your Car Seat
As soon as you know how your seat is installed, you must determine where to restrap it so that nothing goes wrong while you are driving.
It’s not just about protecting yourself from injury, but also making sure other passengers don’t have issues with their seats around you.
Step Three: Remove the Seat Belt from its Current Slot and Re-Route it to a Better Location on Your Car Seat.
The installation process for your Safety First car seat belts may necessitate the removal of one or more of the slots in order to avoid safety issues, such as seats that move more than an inch once they are properly secured.
It’s also possible to open up your child’s belt holding region with a common set of household scissors and reroute these straps so they fit snuggly into their new spot without causing any discomfort while driving.
Step Four: Reinstall Your Child’s Seat Belt After You Have Restrapped the Belts onto Their Car Seats Correctly
In the end, you will have to replace your child’s belts in their proper places after rerouting them. All straps should be buckled up and locked into place before you begin your journey, whether it’s a routine trip around town or one that involves more movement, such as while driving on uneven roads.
The chair should be turned upright if everything is in order before returning to your child, allowing him or her to feel safe and secure in a new way.
How Do You Use the Safety 1st EverFit 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat?
Designed to keep your child safe and comfortable as they grow, this convertible car seat has three different modes of operation. It can accommodate children weighing between 5 and 40 pounds when used as a rear-facing car seat. When compared to other car seats, this one takes up less space and can add up to 7″ of more room. When your child is a baby, you can use the body-pillow insert to keep him snug and in the correct posture. As your child develops, you can remove it.
In order to keep your child secure until they are 40 pounds old, this convertible car seat contains a five-point harness. As your child transitions from toddler to big kid, just remove the harness and the Safety First Everfit becomes a belt-positioning booster that’s safe to use up to a weight of 100 pounds.
What Features Make the Safety 1st EverFit 3-in-1 Convertible Car Seat Special?
The QuickFitTM Harness from Safety First EverFit is one of the harness’s many advantages. It eliminates the need to remove the car seat or rethread the harness by allowing you to adjust the harness and headrest in a single motion. To make it easier for you to get your child in and out of the car seat, harness holders keep your child’s belts open and keep the clips within easy reach. The harness may be removed without removing the padding from this 3-in-1 convertible car seat. To make cleanup a breeze, it’s machine washable and dryer safe, and it snaps back into place easily.