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      Natural mattresses — Types of Flame Retardants

      Why Buy a Chemical Free Children’s or Infant Mattress?

      Why Buy a Chemical Free Children’s or Infant Mattress?

      Safety for any parent is paramount and non-negotiable, new parents are bombarded with information about the best and safest products on the market for their babies, the safest car seat, safest bottles, safest toys, the safest sleeping bags, the safest sleeping positions, and the safest mattress.

      So, let’s talk about mattresses for a minute ...

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      Cottonsafe® Explains PFAS Guide

      Cottonsafe® Explains PFAS Guide

      At Cottonsafe® we don't treat any of our products with PFAS. In fact we do not treat any products with any chemical treatments at all, including highly fluorinated chemicals. Not now, not ever.

      We are proud to be Stockholm Convention Compliant and are determined to lead the industry to a safer, honest and more eco-conscious future.

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      Risks From Organophosphate Esters

      Risks From Organophosphate Esters

      New academic research shows Organophosphate Esters used in Fire Retardants found in furniture, mattresses and car seats may harm children’s IQ, attention and memory.

      https://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/doi/10.1289/EHP9285

      These chemicals are being used as replacements for organohalogen flame retardants under the incorrect assumption that they’re safe. This paper concludes with a call to end all nonessential uses of organophosphate esters.

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      Flame Retardants and Fertility

      Flame Retardants and Fertility
      A worrying but fascinating article from Chemsec this week, which focuses on the hormone disrupting chemicals, such as Flame Retardants, and their effects on human fertility. The article also points out that the lack of knowledge and regulation inevitably creates ‘a hotbed for “regrettable substitution”, making it easy for the manufacturing industry to switch from one banned chemical to an unregulated “cousin”.’. At Cottonsafe®, we wonder if this is the case for so called bio-based or ‘green’ flame retardants?

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