The Mattress Cloud Inc., with headquarters in Brooklyn, N.Y., has voluntarily recalled about 1,400 mattresses and mattress/foundation sets because the products fail to meet the federal open-flame standard for mattresses, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The recall involves new and renovated/rebuilt Mattress Cloud mattresses in twin, full, queen and king sizes that were finished in a variety of colors and fabrics. The recalled products contain the words “Ultra Support” and “Ortho Type” printed on iron-on labels. They also have a white federal tag that reads, “Manufactured By: The Mattress Cloud, 769 Chauncey, Brooklyn, NY 11207.” The recall involves all Mattress Cloud mattresses manufactured prior to Jan. 25, 2012, though some of the recalled mattresses have tags with no date printed on them. (Mattresses manufactured on or after Jan. 25, 2012, are not included in the recall.)
No injuries or incidents have been reported in connection with the products.
The mattresses and sets were sold at mattress and furniture stores in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania from August 2011 through January 2012 for between $80 and $175. They were manufactured in the United States.
Consumers should contact Mattress Cloud to receive a free replacement mattress and to arrange for the company to pick up the recalled product, according to the CPSC.