(1) Foam Edge encasement is made not only of poly-urethane foam but breaks down quickly and you loose 12 percent of your sleeping surface.
(2) Our mattresses will not take a body impression because the way it is quilted and the layers of latex will not break down. Even Swedish memory foam takes body impressions because it is nothing but poly-urethane foam with Visco-elastic added.
(3) Our mattresses are customizable with both all natural Dunlop and Talalay latex.
(4) Organic mattresses bio-degrade without harming the environment, in sharp contrast, poly-urethane, memory foam, soy foam releases hydrogen cyanide at 800 degrees. OSHA, Material Safety Data Sheet on all memory foam mattresses requires you contact the fire department before disposing of memory foam mattresses into the environment because it is so toxic & highly flammable.
(5) Real natural latex rubber can not be vaccume sealed. It destroys the integrity of the latex it's self. So if a manufacturer does this then it is "synthetic" latex rubber.
Every time you lay down or sit on poly-urethane foam you break open the cells and toxic chemicals are released, long after you can no longer smell it. Those cells also DO NOT recover like latex does, they break open and go flat. This is one more reason poly-urethane foam does not last.
Sure poly-urethane is cheap to make, easy to mark way up and take deep discounts on. In the long run it cost more money because it has a planned obsolesce. Who can measure the high cost and long term effect on your health and the damage it does to the environment? Especially if you have an already weakened immune system from other health issues.
Polyurethane Foams and Di-isocyanates used to manufacture can cause serious long term damage.
Hello, I have been diagnosed with Occupational Asthma, RADS Reactive Airway Dysfunction Syndrome from the same chemicals used in manufacturing of foam bed matresses. Isocyanates are they key ingredient that mattress plant workers are injured by. I am an employee of DuPont that is pursuing regulation of this type of chemical and others that have injured thousands like myself. I disagree with the selling of products to the public that can harm them or untrained professionals. Auto finishes and bed mattresses are polyurethane manufactured by a chemical reaction called crosslinking using a variety of chemicals. The most dangerous is Isocyanates. DuPont has launched many sales programs targeting sales of the products like this to the untrained consumer. I was removed from the design team and demoted for voicing my concern for the health of the general public. I was told the fine print on the label is sufficient warning to the end user. Please go to the CDC Centers for Disease Control web site to research Asthma the primary reaction. The chemical manufacturers are also claiming that if you had Asthma as a child and then you are exposed to other irritants like these you are simply one in a million people that have prior history. So if you receive a chemical injury early in life as a child or young adult by one these products that later causes great personal damage it will be considered a pre-existing condition resulting in great loss to you and your loved ones. http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/burdenbook2002/01_tables.htm. The CPSC Consumer Product Safety Commission is our best resource for they log all complaints so they can be used to remove or regulate harmful products http://www.cpsc.gov/about/contact.html The CPSC would like to hear your complaints. If enough complaints are filed action can be taken to remove or restrict trade of the dangerous products using harmful chemicals. Since it takes many years for symptoms to persist most people are past the 4 year statute of limitations to recover from personal damage. Please file your complaints as soon as possible to help others that have suffered the effects of these products.
Please contact me at dannymuir at hotmail.com if you would like to join others in a class action suit. Your names will remain anonyomous. Thank you, Matt Wright for creating this webpage. May you reap what you Sow!
Atlanta, Ga USA - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 17:07:54 (CDT