Mattress Pad Sold at Bed, Bath & Beyond Recalled for Violating Flammability Standards

Approximately 4,700 mattress pads are included in the recall

Hollander Sleep Wamsutta Dream Zone mattress pad / Failed Flammability Standards Trigger Mattress Recall from Hollander
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June 01, 2016

A mattress pad sold exclusively at Bed, Bath & Beyond has been recalled due to safety concerns.

Hollander Sleep Products is recalling all sizes of its Wamsutta Dream Zone cotton 800 thread count mattress pads. The mattress pads fail to meet the mandatory federal flammability standard, posing a fire hazard.

About 4,700 mattress pads are included in the recall. No incidents or injuries have been reported to date.

The recalled mattress pads were manufactured from August 2015 through January 2016. Hollander Sleep Products, style number 266BB, and the manufacture date are printed on a label on a side of the mattress pad.

The mattress pads were sold at Bed, Bath & Beyond stores nationwide and online from August 2015 through January 2016 for between $110 and $170.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled mattress pads and contact Hollander Sleep Products for postage paid shipping label and instructions on returning the product for a full refund.

Customers with questions about this recall can contact Hollander Sleep Products at (800) 233-7666.

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