futon. Sunday , June 18th , 2017 - 08:00:43 AM
This is cause for concern because many mattress fires involve sleeping persons. Over the years, many people, including many children, have suffered injuries and deaths due to the high ignition and burn rates of mattresses. This is why the state of California passed a law in 2005 regulating that all mattresses sold in California must pass a 30 minute ignition test. Many mattress manufacturers began treating their goods with fire retardant chemicals to meet the California standards. That is why it was easy for the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to pass regulation in 2007 that expanded the fire retardation standards to all mattresses sold in the United States. Since then, there has been much debate over the safety of sleeping on mattresses that are treated with fire retardant chemicals. According to the Sleep Products Safety Council and the CPSC, the chemicals that are used to treat mattresses to hamper flammability are safe for extended exposure, both for the consumers and the workers who manufacturer mattresses. However, many groups claim that regulation of these chemicals is lacking and so is transparency in manufacturing methods. This means that it is difficult for consumers to know for certain what chemicals may be in or on mattresses.
Coming to a decision about the amount you would like to pay isn't as simple as taking a look at the cost. A perfect way to figure overall price would be to divide the full price by the number of years the bedding material will last. This will let you know the amount the bed will cost you per year and is a sensible approach to compare costs between beds. You may suppose that a $500 mattress is less costly than a $2,000 mattress, however if the $500 mattress lasts just 4 years it is going to be more expensive on a yearly basis than a $2,000 mattress that lasts for 20 or 25 years.
My advice is to certainly go ahead and buy a Stearns and Foster mattress, but save your self a lot of money and decline the offer of the boxspring.
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