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We have a Beautyrest Classic Rock Island Pillowtop mattress. We like it but have noticed a strange pungent odor emitting from it. Has anybody else had that experience with this mattress?

asked Oct 04 '13
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I have bought a mattress from a person which is actually second hand and its been 2 weeks for it that I am using mattress topper for side sleepers, but the main thing is it smells although it is soft but....

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answered Feb 18 '21
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I have antimony toxicity because of our mattress. Anyone can email me if they had similiar issues I am wanting to hear other stories on this as well but my heavy metals was the highest they have seen it.

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answered Feb 16 '21
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What you're experiencing is your mattress "off gassing" chemicals into your home. You breath these chemicals in, especially at night, and they can make you sick. Although the "new mattress smell" appears to go away after a few days or weeks, the off gassing never stops... you just get used to it. If you want to sleep on a mattress that doesn't off gas, stay away from polyurethane foams (memory foam) or chemical flame retardants. Mattresses made from natural materials like wool, cotton, and natural latex won't off gas like mattresses made with polyurethane foam while still providing both the comfort and support you need.

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answered Nov 01 '20
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Why do they make mattresses with toxic chemicals? The reason why people do crappy things is always the same...money. Memory foam has created a boon for the industry and a nightmare for the consumer. 61 different chemicals are used to make memory foam....some, of which are highly toxic. There is no one policing this industry, so many take advantage of that, at the expense of the health and welfare of the consumer.

The only thing that will cause the change needed, is a lawsuit. Memory foam is the worst upholstery material ever invented. It sleeps hot, wears quickly and presents a health hazard. It is thee thing to avoid, when shopping for a mattress.

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answered Nov 01 '20
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I also purchased a Beautyrest mattress from Macy's a week ago, have had the window open and over head fan on..... very toxic smell, I am returning it next week, I just hope that my clothes in closet don;t smell like this smell, have my room closed off to the rest of the house. Very disappointing when you think you are getting a nice new king mattress and have to return it cause of the smell...

Why do they make mattresses with toxins in them....

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answered Oct 31 '20
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I have had a BeautyRest Vanderbilt collection mattress for 10 years and it still smells terrible. I have just had to live with it, until now. Have ordered an organic mattress that I hope will not be like this!

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answered Aug 20 '20
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Yes!!!! Just bought a Beauty Rest Black a week and a half ago. Mine is a strong chemical smell. I wake up on the a very comfortable mattress and one of the worst headaches. Please tell me it goes away.

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answered Feb 21 '20
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I bought a used Beauty rest mattress from my neighbor
In the mornings my pajamas smell weird, like the mattress does. I am sleeping on the couch now.

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answered Apr 21 '19
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I just purchased the black ice and I'm having that smell it's only a week old should I return it $3500

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answered Jul 01 '17
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I just got a comfy BeautyRest pillow top mattress. Had one before that we loved. It had to go...after 12 years. Got too soft. BUT WAS COMFY!
The smell of the NEW mattress is a bit like new chemical smell, and the worst thing is the bunkie board smell. I have to say, I may ditch the bunkie board and just have the mattress on the slats. I love BeautyRest. They are very comfy and last well. Any thoughts on the bunkie board? Is it needed? Should we return it? I can't stand it a single night I don't think. Thoughts?

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answered May 11 '17
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