CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio - Lullaby Earth has launched a line of lightweight, nontoxic, and recyclable crib mattresses that offer a number of health and safety features for babies, the company said.
Lullaby Earth crib mattresses are made by the same company that makes Naturepedic organic cotton mattresses.
Unlike competing products, Lullaby Earth crib mattresses are free of vinyl/PVC, polyurethane foam (including "soybean" foam), PFC- and antibacterial-treated fabrics. They are also waterproofed with easy-to-clean, food-grade polyethylene, the company said. The primary material in the line is polyethylene, but the beds also use some polyester.
"We saw the need for affordable, nontoxic, and recyclable infant mattresses and developed these two super-lightweight models with the highest Greenguard certification available," said Barry Cik, Lullaby Earth's technical director.
Weighing seven pounds (one-quarter the weight of many crib mattresses), the mattresses are six inches thick. The firm surface and edge support provide a comfortable and safe sleep environment, and the seamless edges prevent bacteria buildup from sitting moisture, the company said.
The Lullaby Earth mattress retails for $159, while the Lullaby Earth 2-stage Dual Firmness is $199. The Lullaby Earth line is carried by Buy Buy Baby stores as well as independent retailers.
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