For Upholstered Furniture
and Bedding Made of New Material
(Enlarged for Viewing)
Format Approved by
International Association of Bedding and
Furniture Law Officials (IABFLO)
at Annual Conference March 1998
The law label for mattresses and foundations shall be securely affixed to the top panel or any other location which is visible to the consumer. Texas accepts in proximity to any advertising label or company logo.
Shall be described by the true generic name, grade, description term, or definitions of the filling material as accepted and approved by the state. When more than one kind of filling material is used in a mixture, the percent by weight of each shall be listed in order of their predominance. Federal fiber tolerance standards are applicable.
Must have separate descriptions when cushions are loose. TN requires a tag on each loose cushion. CA, OH, and PA require separate descriptions for "Body", "Seat Cushions", and "Back Cushions". CT, OH, CA, and PA require that open parentheses ( ) follow "Cushion", in which the number of loose, but essential cushions must be entered.
NOTE: Cannot print on back of label, dual language not allowed. Limit additional
information only to what's required by state laws. Please contact the
states where product will be sold to ascertain individual state requirements
before printing tags.