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RECALL: Crib and toddler mattresses pose fire hazard

(Source: Consumer Product Safety Commission) (Source: Consumer Product Safety Commission)
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A baby bed has been recalled after the mattress failed to meet the federal flammability standard.

Dream on Me recalled the crib and toddler bed mattress on Tuesday, Dec. 12.

The beds reportedly present a fire hazard.

They come in a variety of prints and colors. The recall number for the mattresses is 18-058.

You can find the model number and date of manufacture on a tag on the top center of the mattress.

More details about the recall are available here.

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