BETHESDA, MD – The Consumer Product Safety Commission proposed a new flammability standard for residential upholstered furniture, according to Occupational Safety & Health

The standard gives manufacturers the choice between using coverings that are sufficiently smolder resistant to meet a cigarette ignition performance test or placing fire barriers that meet smoldering and open-flame resistance tests between the cover fabric and interior filling materials. 

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