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Haiku releases three new eco-friendly mattresses
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Feb '11
Haiku Designs, a leading online retailer of Asian furniture and platform beds, is pleased to announce the launch of their new and improved mattress line, featuring three new eco-friendly mattresses free from synthetic petrochemical based foams, metal coils, chemical linings, and blended synthetic additives.

Each mattress is constructed from all-natural materials such as latex foam, bamboo, organic wool and unbleached cotton (all renewable, sustainable resources) to create a comfortable, healthier choice for sleeping surfaces, and improved health and harmony in the bedroom.

The "Progressive Comfort System" used to create each mattress utilizes layers of natural latex foam that get progressively softer from the bottom of the mattress to the top, with the firm foundation layers providing superior support and the softer layers on top providing superior comfort.

"Despite the current popularity of synthetic foam and memory mattresses, we at Haiku Designs believe that sleeping on a mattress made of 100% petrochemicals combined with other toxic chemicals isn't such a good idea. If you are unsure how to pronounce the names of these chemicals, it's not good to have them next to your skin every night," said a representative from Haiku Designs.

The all-natural latex and eco-foam used in Haiku Designs' mattresses features an open-celled structure, which allows air to circulate freely throughout the mattress, thereby eliminating mold and potential allergens. In addition, all of their mattresses offer the benefit of a negative carbon footprint, meaning they take more carbon out of the atmosphere during their growth cycle than is released from their harvesting.

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