The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of 6,200 Home Life mattresses because the beds fail to meet federal flammability standards. These Home Life mattresses were imported by Superior Importers and sold exclusively on Amazon for $50 to $150.

This is the second recall in a week for mattresses that don’t meet the federal flammability standard. The earlier recall involved 23,400 Dream On Me crib and toddler mattresses.

The Home Life recall includes twin, full, queen, and king-sized foam mattresses in ivory with tan or gray trim. A white tag located near the foot of the mattress says, “Made For: Superior Importers company, 502 Jersey Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901.”

Details of the Home Life Mattress Recall

The recall: 6,200 twin, full, queen, and king mattresses.

The risk: The mattresses fail to meet mandatory federal flammability standards, posing a fire hazard.

Incidents/injuries: None reported.

Where the Home Life mattresses were sold: Exclusively on Amazon.com from May 2016 through May 2017 for $50 to $150.

The remedy: Stop using the recalled mattress and contact Superior Importers to receive a free mattress cover to bring the mattress into compliance with the federal flammability standard.

How to contact the manufacturer: Call 833-502-2500 or go to www.superiorimporters.com.

Report a defective product: Call the CPSC hotline at 800-638-2772 or go to SaferProducts.gov.

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Amazon is the largest online mattress retailer. While several of the mattresses in Consumer Reports’ mattress tests are sold on Amazon, we have not tested the Home Life mattresses.

Federal regulations administered by the CPSC require all mattresses sold in the U.S. to meet flammability standards. The Home Life mattresses were made in China by Abest Technology.