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Originally Posted by Galatea
Well I assume the outgassing would stop or slow after a while.
As for safety aside from toxicity, we have one and have never had a problem. And it is the most comfortable bed I have ever had.
Originally Posted by tinuviel_k
Be REALLY careful of low-cost memory foam products. In the case of Tempur-pedic-like mattresses, you get what you pay for. Lost-cost memory foam is often produced with and will eventually off-gas formaldehyde. Tempur-pedic (Swedish-made) and American made memory foam sould be safe as far as formaldehyde goes.
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