Mattresses Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

Nap Queen Recalls 12-inch Maxima Hybrid Mattress Due to Fire Hazard

The Nap Queen 12-inch Maxima Hybrid mattress is under recall due to a fire hazard, as announced by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission on Thursday. The recall notice states that the mattresses do not meet the mandatory federal flammability standards, posing a potential risk to consumers.

If you have a Nap Queen Maxima Hybrid mattress, you should check the tag to see if it includes the word “Maxima” and one of the following model numbers: NQIH12KK, NQIH12QQ, NQIH12FF, NQIH12TT, or NQIH12TX, along with “Imported by Adven Group, LLC.” The recall affects all sizes of the mattress, so all consumers who purchased this product should pay attention to this issue.

The mattresses were sold online at various retailers, including Amazon, Walmart, and from February through May 2023. The prices ranged from $170 to $350 during this period. While there have been no reported injuries related to the mattresses, they are being recalled as they fail to meet federal flammability standards, requiring a remedy for safe use.

If you own one of the recalled mattresses, Nap Queen is not offering refunds at this time. However, it is essential to stop using the mattress immediately and contact Nap Queen to receive a free fitted cover for the mattress, which will bring it up to federal safety code. To contact the company, you can send an email to [email protected] or call (866) 387-6239 during business hours, Monday through Friday, Central Time.

This recall is important to ensure the safety of consumers who have purchased the Nap Queen 12-inch Maxima Hybrid mattress. It is crucial to follow the recall instructions provided by the company and take the necessary steps to remedy the fire hazard risk associated with these mattresses.


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