If you purchased a mattress on Amazon from May of 2016 to May of 2017, there’s an important recall you should be aware of. More than 6,000 Home Life mattresses sold on the e-commerce web site during that time frame, the Consumer Product Safety Commission says, don’t meet federal flammability standards, and could pose a serious fire risk.
The mattresses ranged from $50 to $150, and were sold exclusively on Amazon by Superior Importers. Amazon is the world’s largest mattress retailer, and Home Life mattresses received overall fairly positive reviews, so there’s likely a large number of people still using a recalled mattress.
This marks the second recall in just a week for mattresses that don’t meet flammability standards, as over 23,000 “Dream On Me” crib mattresses were recalled by the manufacturer.
All sizes are a part of the Home Life recall, including twin, full, queen, and king sizes with a tan or gray trim. A small tag on the bottom of the mattress reads, “Made For: Superior Importers company, 502 Jersey Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901.”
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