Safe Sleep with Flame Retardant Free Mattress
Our mattresses are made with safe, CertiPUR-US certified materials that meet all safety requirements that the mattress industry must follow. Amore Beds mattresses provide safe sleep and are free of any heavy metals, formaldehyde, and phthalates.
Our mattresses are not made with any toxic flame retardants. In fact, the US mattress industry generally opposes any standards that require the use of fire-retardant foams that contain harmful chemicals. Our graphite memory foam has naturally fire resistant properties and our pocketed coils are also resistant to fire.
Our mattresses are not sprayed or soaked in any fire retardant chemicals at all. The materials used in our mattresses are mostly naturally fire resistant. The organic cotton and organic wool inhibit the spread of flames to the foam layers. This layer keeps you cool, relaxed, and safe from harmful chemicals
Sustainably sourced from New Zealand, our inner layer of organic wool is naturally breathable and is able to cushion you with a thin layer of air, which is helpful in regulating your body temperature. Wool is also a natural flame retardant, allowing our mattress to meet FR requirements without using any harmful chemicals, such as boric acid, vinyldene chloride, or melamine – unlike some other mattress manufacturers.
Tips for Mattress Fire Safety
No Smoking. You can easily fall asleep with a lit cigarette in bed, risking igniting your mattress or bedding. Keep candles, lighters, and any other smoking materials out of the reach of children. Also, keep those materials away from your bed to maintain safe sleep.
Don’t fall asleep with a candle burning and put out any candles before leaving the room for an extended period of time. Make sure you have properly functioning smoke alarms in every room.
Turn off any heating devices while you’re not in the room or while you’re asleep such as mattress pad heaters, space heaters, etc. And, of course, in the event of a fire call 911 from a safe location.
Click here to watch a striking demonstration of fire safety on an NBC-TV Today show segment. Watch the difference between two bedrooms in the same house that is set on fire by burning a sofa in the living room. One bedroom door is left open, while the other bedroom door is closed.
Sleep safe and sound on your mattress knowing it’s naturally fire resistant without any harmful chemicals.