Law labels inform the consumer about hidden contents, or “filling materials,” inside bedding and furniture products. They describe the filling material as a percentage by weight. For example, 80% Polyurethane Foam, 20% Polyester Fibers.
Currently 31 states require law labels. They are governed on a state-by-state basis, and the requirements depend on the state and type of product. Global Registration Services produces uniform law labels to satisfy the different requirements of each state.
If your stuffed article of bedding or furniture is going to be sold in the United States, it needs a law label. The registration process depends on the answers to the following questions.
From mattresses and comforters to bike seats and upholstered chairs, all varieties of stuffed bedding and furniture products require a law label.
The contents of a law label depend on the type of material your product is filled with, like cotton, wool, feathers, or foam. Consult our database to see if your product is on the list.
Thirty-one U.S. states require that stuffed articles carry law labels. Those requirements differ depending on the state, the type of product you are selling, and whether the product is new or secondhand.
Global Registration Services produces uniform law labels, so a single label satisfies the different requirements of each state.
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