Does Maiden Home use recyclable furniture materials?
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Maiden Home builds its furniture free of flame retardants, formaldehyde or other harmful chemicals. In low-quality or imported upholstery, these chemicals are found inside foam cushions or applied to exterior fabric in order to avoid fungal growth during overseas shipping. By manufacturing its pieces domestically and choosing the highest quality, naturally based materials, Maiden Home can guarantee its pieces are chemical-free.
Their cushions are made with renewable, soy-based foam and have been certified by CertiPUR-US to be free of:
- Ozone depleters
- PBDEs, TDCPP or TCEP flame retardants
- Mercury, lead, and other heavy metals
- Phthalates regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission
Many of their fabrics are 100% natural and all are made without flame retardants or anti-fungal additives. Their Performance fabrics feature Crypton® Home, a completely non-toxic, GREENGUARD Gold certified treatment for stain resistance. Lastly, Maiden Home meets or exceeds all national or state-level product safety standards, including CA TB 117-2013. While Maiden Home pieces themselves are not recyclable, you may donate your pieces to the cause of your choice at the end of your use.
Yes, Maiden Home does use recyclable materials for most of their furniture.
You can find out more about Maiden Home's furniture materials on their customer service page.
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