Miami bed maker recalls 2,700 mattresses after fire hazard!

Loyal Bedding, a Miami mattress manufacturer recalls beds at high risk for fires.

Miami, FL(–The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Guaynabo Industrial Inc., and Loyal Bedding Inc., have issued a voluntary recall on approximately 2,700 units of Loyal Bedding Mattress Sets. The mattress sets include mattresses and mattresses with foundations. The recall was announced on June 25, 2009, after discovering the products pose a fire hazard. The recalled mattress sets do not meet mandatory federal standards. The distributor, Guaynabo Industrial, is located in Puerto Rico. The manufacturer, Loyal Bedding, is based out of Miami, Florida.

Federal regulators are recalling the following bed in twin, full, queen, and king sizes:

– Loyal Bedding mattress sets with the one of the following labels located at the foot of the bed: Smart Loyal, Designer Collection, Classic Rest, and Loyal Bedding

The primary duty of the CPSC, created through the Consumer Product Safety Act, is to protect consumers from harmful products. The recalled mattress sets retailed for about $165 to $300. The sets were available for purchase between July 2007 and February 2009 at various Puerto Rico mattress retailers.
No injuries related to the recalled mattress sets have been reported. Safety regulators urge consumers to stop using the recalled mattress sets. A full refund or store credit is available by contacting Guaynabo Industrial by phone at 877-888-2552 or on the web at All other injuries related to this recalled product or another consumer product should be reported to the CPSC at Consumers who have been injured by the recalled items may be entitled to compensation for their damages. news for Florida product liability lawyer.

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