Miami–based mattress maker Loyal Bedding Inc. has voluntarily recalled about 2,700 bed sets that fail to meet the federal open–flame mattress standard, 16 CFR Part 1633, according to a notice from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission released June 25.
The sets were manufactured in the United States and distributed by Guaynabo Industrial Inc. of Puerto Rico. They were sold exclusively by mattress retailers in Puerto Rico from July 2007 through February 2009. The recall involves “all Loyal Bedding mattress sets” in twin, full, queen and king sizes, according to the CPSC. Labels at the foot of each mattress are printed with ““Loyal Bedding,” “Classic Rest,” “Designer Collection” or “Smart Loyal.”
The CPSC said consumers should “immediately contact Guaynabo Industrial for a store credit or a refund” on the mattresses, which retailed for between $165 and $300.
No injuries involving the bed sets have been reported, according to the CPSC notice.
For additional information, consumers are directed to the distributor’s Web site, www.guaynaboindustrial.com, or the CPSC Web site, http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml09/09255.html.