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Recall issued for 1500+ mattresses over flammability concerns

More than 1500 mattresses are being recalled due to their failure to meet mandatory U.S. flammability standards, as highlighted by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Sold through prominent online platforms such as Amazon,, and (now Beyond), these mattresses pose a fire hazard.

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The mattresses in question, manufactured in Kosovo and imported by Adven Group LLC based in Missouri City, Texas, total around 1,540 units. Marketed under the NapQueen brand, both the 12-inch Maxima hybrid and Bonnell spring mattresses were retailed between February and May of this year.

To rectify the non-compliance issue, the company is offering consumers a complimentary fitted cover designed to ensure the mattresses meet federal flammability standards.

This recall adds to a series of mattress recalls announced by the CPSC this year, totalling four. Among these recalls were FXI mattresses flagged for potential mold presence, Restwell Mattress Factory crib mattresses sold through Room & Board, and over 21,000 Classic Brands mattresses failing to meet flammability requirements.


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