We're proud of how and where we source our materials from. Transparency and acting in kind with the Earth are top priorities for Brentwood Home. We fully disclose exactly what our law labels discloses.
Mattress Label Laws
The purpose of a law label (sometimes called a Do Not Remove label) is to inform consumers of the hidden contents, or “filling materials”, inside bedding, furniture and other products.
The law label was born in the early 1900s to prevent these articles from being filled with things such as horse hair, corn husks, and other “materials” the consumer would never see. It’s similar to food labeling.
Law Labels must describe the filling materials of the article as a percentage of those filling materials by weight. Example: 80% Polyurethane Foam, 20% Polyester Fibers.
Currently, 31 states, and Canada, require law labels. The products requiring law labels in each state vary, as do the labeling requirements. Uniform law labels can be produced to satisfy the different requirements of all states. (Source: americanlawlabel.com)
Our mattresses and toppers are made in our GOTS (CU861640) certified facility in Los Angeles with the finest globally sourced materials. The factory is also FSC® certified (C156319).
The terminology and information included on the law label is strictly regulated for uniformity. Modifying terms, such as "organic," "natural," "CertiPUR-US", "GOTS", "GOLS", or "100%" are not allowed in the top "filling materials" section in some states, but can be listed elsewhere on the label. Regulations are listed here.
Filling materials are listed in order as a percentage of those filling materials by weight.
The U.S. passed laws requiring these tags to inform consumers as to whether the stuffed article they were buying contained new or recycled materials.
For mattresses, these percentages will vary based on the size of the mattress purchased. The size of the mattress is noted below. For toppers, they will vary slightly between the plush and firm options as well.
Wool-filled products require the statement “contents sterilized” by law in five states, so it's included for label uniformity.
Crystal Cove Mattress
Latex Hybrid Mattress