All Moonlight Slumber products are made in America's heartland using sourced materials. We craft in our wholly owned manufacturing facility by expert tradespeople. Crib mattresses come with a product's lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects. Please keep your receipt. Should you ever have any questions about our products or if you need to make a claim, simply call us at 847-289-0101 or email email@example.com.
Moonlight Slumber puts your baby's health first. We go to every length to ensure use of responsible materials to ensure durable, quality products. We test internally and use certified, independent third parties to give you peace of mind.
Moonlight Slumber's mattresses are UL GREENGUARD Gold Certified, demonstrating the product is low-emitting, thus contributing to better indoor air quality. Moonlight Slumber Mattresses are tested to meet stringent emissions standards, screening for more than 10,000 chemicals and more than 360 volatile organic compounds, also known as VOCs, which pollute indoor air and contribute to health issues.
To learn more, visit: GreenGuard.org.
Moonlight Slumber foam products are also certified by CertiPUR-US. CertiPUR-US is a non-for-profit industry group that sets quality standards for foams to ensure that manufacturers have access to quality materials and consumers are aware of quality differences in what is available for purchase.
Moonlight Slumber foam is certified to be:
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Moonlight Slumber product components are tested with the most advanced Chemical Analysis Instruments made by Thermo Scientific©. Our mattresses meet the most stringent requirements for content, which include: the product's internal and external components, mattress core, fire barrier and fabric.
It comes as no surprise that children can be hard on a mattress. That is why Moonlight Slumber products are put through demanding performance testing procedures administered by Element™ Materials Technology, a global network of laboratories with experts specializing in materials testing, product qualification testing and failure analysis. Element engineers utilize a wide range of intensive methods for evaluating mattresses for durability, safety, and performance.
On August 14, 2008, President Bush signed the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) into law. This consumer product safety law, known as CPSIA compliance, affects everyone who manufactures, imports, or distributes toys, apparel, kids' bedding, and other children's products in the United States. It was created to protect children from unsafe products.
This legislation requires that all products for use by children of ages 12 and younger have additional information on a permanent label, which includes:
The CPSC General Counsel said:
"Products that contain lead above the limit set in the CPSIA cannot be sold from inventory or on store shelves after February 10, 2009."
The CPSC General Counsel said:
"...With regard to phthalates, Congress created a consumer product safety standards and the clear statement of unambiguous intent to apply that standard retroactively cannot be found... [The standard] applies only those products manufactured after the effective date of the new standard."
Moonlight Slumber is proud to say that all of its bedding products meet or exceed this standard as tested by SGS. The SGS Group is the global leader and innovator in inspection, verification, testing, and certification services. Visit SGS and learn more about their testing labs.
Additional information about the details of this law and its implementation can be found on the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission website
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