Does Olee Sleep Have Fiberglass. Yes, but Plans to Stop.

Olee Sleep has been selling mattress online from its website for years, as well as other online retailers like Amazon, Walmart, Wayfair.

Because of this, I decided to look into Olee Sleep’s possible use of fiberglass in its mattress construction.

Contacting Olee Sleep about Fiberglass

At the time, I could not find anything on Olee sleep’s website regarding its flame barrier or fiberglass. I decided to send an email and see what kind of response I’d get.

I emailed Olee Sleep and asked these questions:

“Do any of your memory foam and/or latex mattresses contain Fiberglass, Modacrylic, Polyester, Rayon, or Silica in the covers or any other part of the mattress? What about Fire Retardant sprays like Antimony, are any of them used on your mattresses? What countries are your memory foam mattresses made in?”

Olee Sleep got back to me fairly quick, and this was its reply:

Olee Sleep Contains Fiberglass Email

“Our mattresses do contain: Fiberglass (fire retardant material)”
-Olee Sleep

Plus, there is also a page on Olee Sleep’s FAQ page these days that addresses fiberglass use.

Here’s a shot of that Olee Sleep FAQ entry:

Olee Sleep Fiberglass FAQ

Olee Sleep Uses Fiberglass

While I was not happy to see fiberglass being used in yet another mattress, at least Olee Sleep was transparent about it and didn’t avoid admitting it through deception.

Olee Sleep Admits the Use of Fiberglass in its mattresses, which is better than some other mattress brands that hide their fiberglass.

Plus, I already suspected Olee Sleep had fiberglass because of the many, many, reviews on Amazon that showed fiberglass issues.

Olee Sleep Plans to Remove Fiberglass

However, Olee Sleep does plan to remove fiberglass from its mattress materials.

Here’s a shot of Olee Sleep’s FAQ Page:

Olee Sleep Fiberglass Removal FAQ

“While our current products meet flammability standards and do not pose safety concerns, this transition from fiberglass is driven by changing consumer preferences and market perceptions regarding fiberglass. Additionally, we are also committed to ensuring the highest customer satisfaction. Therefore, we are transitioning away from the use of fiberglass to a fabric-based barrier as our fire-resistant material in all of our mattresses.”
-Olee Sleep

Let’s hope Olee Sleep removes the fiberglass sooner than later, but is also transparent about what materials have replaced the fiberglass as a flame retardant material.

Especially considering Olee Sleep boldly stating “While our current products.. do not pose safety concerns” even though Amazon reviews suggest the exact opposite.

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Last Updated on March 26, 2024

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