Don't Sleep on This: 700 HOFISH Mattresses Recalled Over Fire Risk

by Lauren Leazenby
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If you purchased a HOFISH mattress between September 2019 and January 2020, you’ll want to stop using it immediately. About 700 mattresses sold during this period have been recalled by the manufacturer because they do not comply with the federal flammability standard.

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In a recall announced March 17, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said the HOFISH 10-Inch Hybrid Certi-PUR Certified Foam and Pocket Spring Mattresses do not comply with the mandatory federal flammability standard, posing a risk of fire.

The mattresses were manufactured in Vietnam by Vietnam Glory Home Furnishings, and sold by the Diamond Bar, Calif.-based company HOFISH. HOFISH has reported no incidents or injuries associated with this recall.

Sold exclusively on for around $190 apiece, the mattresses came compressed in a box, and are 10-inch, single-sided mattresses with white knit ticking, a blue striped wave design and diamond-shaped quilting on the top surface. They were available in twin, twin XL, full, queen and king sizes. Those affected by this recall have “Prototype ID: HF19HY” printed on the white tag located on the underside of the mattress.

If your mattress falls under this recall, you should stop using it immediately and contact HOFISH. The company will provide a free fitted cover that will bring the mattress into compliance with the federal flammability standard. Call HOFISH toll-free at 888-731-2419. You can also reach the company via email at or online via the “Mattress Recall” page.

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