As of 2007, all mattresses are required to contain enough Fire Retardant to withstand a 2 foot wide blowtorch open flame for 70 seconds. Nearly 90% of the market, or most major sleep product brands, use a highly toxic fire retardant due to it's cost efficiency.
We spend one third of our Lives Sleeping. So 8 hours a night adds up to 2,688 hours per year spent in bed! Your physical, mental and emotional performance is all directly correlated to the quality of sleep you're getting.
Reborn Kapok mattresses are made of all-natural, hypoallergenic kapok fibers are breathable and have healthful benefits. We use small percentage of wool fibers, a natural flame retardant to make a perfect natural comfortable bedding. Unlike synthetic fibers, which trap...
Kapok is a silky fiber harvested in the rainforests of the Philippines, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, tropical America and Africa. After the ripe pods of the tree are harvested, the seeds are removed and the fluffy fiber is meticulously cleaned and dried.
The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) approved a 2006 federal regulation (16 CFR 1640) enforcing a strict national flameproof mattress standard, mandating all new mattresses withstand a two-foot wide blowtorch open-flame test, for 70 seconds.