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Following the announcement from government yesterday we are pleased to announce that our showroom will be reopening on Tuesday 13th April.
PLEASE CALL TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT - 01395 239832
We are only able to book two visits per day to adhere to social distancing regulations and to ensure we have time to thoroughly clean between appointments. We are currently requesting that no more than 2 adults attend the showroom for the appointment and no children (sorry!). Gloves, protective mattress sheeting and hand sanitiser will be provided upon entry – please ensure you bring a mask with you unless you are exempt.
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?
Information on the internet about the polyester used in mattresses is often misleading and wrong. It makes customers believe that ‘natural’ products are far superior to the synthetic alternatives and is not based on fact. Polyester, used in mattresses, is not toxic, is highly breathable and does not contribute to plastic (microfibre) pollution.
We have been featured in the latest publication of the Wicked Leeks magazine by Riverford Organic Farmers. The article explores the places other than your food where you are exposed to the use of pesticides. They echo our call for more transparency on the chemicals used in our every day lives.
We find many customers find the King size natural mattress to be a perfect size choice, allowing more room for two people to sleep in comfort. However, whilst buying a King Size mattress for yourself is relatively straight forward, as you only have your needs and preferences to consider, what happens when you have two people with different needs sharing the same bed?