DHP does NOT apply chemical flame-retardants to mattresses, additionally; several of our mattress models are certified under UL’s Green Guard program for low emission VOCs. The off-gassing on a mattress is the byproduct of components used to create the mattress pad. Emissions may be detectable at the time of removal from packaging. However, emissions will dissipate once the mattress is permitted to decompress.
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- What is the ‘fire code’ or ‘flammability standard’ of your futons/sofas?
- The Faux Leather PU used on your items – is it 100% synthetic?
- What is the “Fire Retardant Barrier” on your mattresses made of? Are there chemicals added to your mattresses?
- Many furniture pieces are latent with chemicals and toxic flammable materials. Are your futons non-toxic and non-flammable?
- What standards do your mattresses comply with?
- How do you guard against the cigarette test (CFR 1632) with your ticking?
- Is it safe to assume there are no toxic off-gassing chemicals in your ticking?
- For your mattresses made with CertiPUR-US foam, I can see which chemicals you do not use but it states that your products meet federal flame retardant requirements. By what material or means do you meet those requirements?
- Can your memory foam mattresses made with CertiPUR-US foam be classified as “100% organic”?
- Do your mattresses contain organohalogen FRs?