TOG Rating is a number which tells you how warm a garment will keep your baby .
The higher the number, the warmer your little one will be when wearing the garment.
This means higher TOG ratings keep your baby warm during colder winter months, while lower TOG ratings keep your baby cool in the hotter summer season.
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TOG stands for Thermal Overall Grade, which is a standard unit of measurement to indicate a garment’s thermal insulation. The above chart will tell you exactly which TOG rating is appropriate for particular room temperatures, as well as what to layer under the garment when dressing your baby.
While this table is a helpful guide, all babies are different, and the number of layers you need may vary according to your little one’s health, physiology, and the temperature of the room. Remember to check your baby’s temperature regularly and be sure they don’t overheat.
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