Ruth of Yonkers, NY, writes:
Are polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE's) used to meet the federal flame retardant standards in the Sealy SpringFree line of mattresses? If not, what is used to meet the flame retardant standards? We are considering a Queen firm (Weybridge) or plush SpringFree (Beachside)mattress. Thank you for your assistance.
Hi Ruth, Sealy and S&F use a special type of thread that's woven into the fabric, which will melt if in contact with fire. They use no chemicals for that. Many mattresses use boric acid, which is used to kill roaches. Imagine what it does to you.
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