Retailer SlumberWorld recalls mattresses

SlumberWorld, a sleep shop chain in Hawaii, has recalled about 810 mattresses because they fail to meet federal open-flame standards for mattresses, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The mattresses were manufactured in China and imported by Excel Bedding in Liberty Corner, N.J. No injuries or incidents related to the mattresses have been reported.

The recall involves SlumberWorld First Edition, New Edition, Limited Edition and Limited Edition Deluxe mattresses. The mattresses are white and the phrases “SlumberWorld First Edition,” “SlumberWorld New Edition,” “SlumberWorld Limited Edition” or “SlumberWorld Limited Edition Deluxe” are sewn onto the front border of the mattress. Mattresses with dates of manufacture between January 2011 and March 2012 are included in the recall.

The mattresses were sold at SlumberWorld stores on the Oahu, Maui and Hawaii islands in Hawaii from January 2011 through March 2012 for between $170 and $640.

Consumers who bought the mattresses should contact SlumberWorld to receive a free repair—a 2-inch mattress support to be placed under the recalled mattress. The additional mattress support brings the recalled mattress into compliance. SlumberWorld is contacting its customers directly.

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