JM Mattress recalls renovated beds

On Aug. 13, Chicago-based J.M. Mattress recalled about 240 renovated mattresses because the products fail to meet federal flammability standards, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

No injuries have been reported in connection with the mattresses.

J.M. Mattress has recalled tight-top RB Sweet Dream mattresses sold in twin, full, queen and king sizes. The rebuilt mattresses are ivory colored and have a white federal tag that reads “Manufactured By: J.M. Mattress, 4536 W. Gladys Ave. Chicago IL 60624, Model: Tight Top RB Sweet Dreams, Protoype ID: TTQRBD Sweet Dreams.” The federal tag is located on top of the mattress, near the foot.

The mattresses were sold at independent mattress stores in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin from September 2014 through December 2014 for between $50 and $500.

The CPSC advises consumers to contact J.M. Mattress to arrange to have the recalled mattresses picked up, recovered and returned free of charge.

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