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Tuft & Needle Mattress, Full

$500.00


Organic, Green, & Locally Made Non Toxic Mattresses

Hi David,
John here…
Thanks for the question. Unfortunately, Plushbeds appears to be just another of dozens of imposters out there. They do what many do…they make claims that they cannot back up. When you click on the “View Certification” button it shows a certification made for someone in Sri Lanka. This is a very common, (and sneaky), tactic. It fools many people. If the certification is not made to the same entity that is selling the mattress, then it is essentially worthless.
There are all sorts of ways that a mattress that is certified to someone in Sri Lanka, or Belgium, or any any other place, can be no longer certifiable, (or organic), once it reaches the end user. Many companies do this same thing. It creates big profits, which would be fine if the product was good…but when this tactic is used to mislead customers, it’s just sad. The worst part is that it is legal!
Please feel free to contact me directly at john@gimmethegoodstuff and I will gladly help you sort this out and find a truly nontoxic mattress.

Hi Lauren! I found this article a real eye opener and have since been looking into non toxic mattresses. I live in Canada however and am wondering if you have any recommendations since IntelliBED is not an option. I would appreciate any guidance a great deal!

non toxic mattress and toxic one

  • Anonymous July 19, 2011 at 3:54 pm #

    What is the BEST non toxic mattress for my husband, myself and co sleeping baby? All my research is making my head spin!

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  • to What are the differences between non toxic mattress and toxic one

    Hi there-
    If you find an affordable mattress that you like, you can ask if they use flame retardant chemicals; this is the most important consideration, and due to relaxed laws, these chemicals are no longer necessary. While I would still recommend a truly nontoxic mattress like the ones listed above (and yes, I know they are frustratingly pricey!), at the very least it would be good to make sure whatever you’re sleeping on is free of fire retardants.

    Hi Lauren! I found this article a real eye opener and have since been looking into non toxic mattresses. I live in Canada however and am wondering if you have any recommendations since IntelliBED is not an option. I would appreciate any guidance a great deal!