Mattress renovator recalls bed sets

Mattress World, based in Dallas, has voluntarily recalled about 750 renovated mattress sets that fail to meet the mandatory federal open–flame standard, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Included in the recall are renovated twin–, full–, queen– and king–size mattress sets sold in blue, white and taupe floral colorways. Only those with the following information on tags attached to the mattress and foundation are included in the recall: “Manufacturer: Mattress World. Date of Manufacture: May 29, 2009 through September 4, 2009. Prototype ID: MWQ or MWFOBXQ.”

The mattress sets were sold at a variety of furniture stores in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas from May through September. They retailed for between $35 and $105.

No incidents or injuries associated with the mattress sets have been reported.

The CPSC recommends consumers call Mattress World at 877–819–0725 or email mattressworld@live.com to receive a full refund.

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