A CRIB MATTRESS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PURCHASE YOU CAN MAKE FOR YOUR BABY’S HEALTH AND SAFETY
Babies and toddlers spend 10-14 hours a day sleeping and during many of those hours baby is unattended. It only makes sense to provide the safest sleep environment possible for baby.
A Proper Fit is Important
Always make sure the mattress you buy fits your crib snugly with no gap bigger than 3 cms (1 ¼” – approximately the width of 2 fingers) on the sides or the ends.
There are over 12,000 crib and crib mattress related mishaps every year in North America because of improper crib assembly or poor sizing of a crib mattress.
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Millions of tiny air chambers between fibers maximize breathability and allow air to flow freely in baby’s sleep environment. This helps prevent overheating, a hazard linked to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and keeps baby’s sleep environment fresh.
Micro-channel mesh knit borders create a natural airflow to help keep the interior of baby’s mattress fresh and dry. Combined with our breathable polyfiber cores and fabrics you won’t find a more breathable mattress anywhere!
All pediatricians recommend that babies sleep on their back on a FIRM mattress.
However, mattresses can be too firm causing what’s known as “flat head” from baby spending so much time on his/her back. The incidence of this syndrome has jumped six times during the past decade as many mattresses were simply too hard!
Jupiter's mattresses have different degrees of firmness but even the basic mattress provides just the right firmness for your baby.
Plus the fibers in our cores are compression packed and bonded with heat (no glues) for a sleep surface that’s not only firm but also uniform without the many pressure points found in traditional spring filled mattresses.
Two Stage Support
All pediatricians recommend that infants sleep on a firm surface to reduce the risk of SIDS until the age of 12 months. Toddlers over the age of 12 months don’t need as firm a sleep surface once the risk of SIDS is over.
All our mattresses have a side designed specifically for toddlers that is more comfortable. This is a great feature if parents plan on using a toddler or transitional bed.
VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) Free
Unlike polyurethane foam, polyfiber cores are VOC free and don’t off-gas chemical compounds into the atmosphere. VOC’s have been recognized as potentially hazardous to health and an increasing number of household products such as paints and flooring are now available without VOC’s for a healthier living environment.
Vinyl Free Specialized Fabrics
Our mattress coverings are PVC and vinyl free. We offer a range of specialized breathable fabrics from certified organic cotton and natural fibers to the newest and best technologies from the sleep industry such as temperature and moisture control.
All our coverings are water and stain resistant. Jupiter mattresses do not contain phthalates or fire retardant chemicals either for the most chemical free sleep environment you can give your baby!
Eco-Friendly Polyfiber Cores
100% polyester fiber from hundreds of recycled water bottles produce a more comfortable sleep surface than steel springs with fewer pressure points.
Polyurethane free with no off-gassing. Our fibers are heat bonded and compressed without glues for firmness and durability.
ALL OF OUR MATTRESSES ARE
GREENGUARD GOLD CERTIFIED
• Certified for low VOCs/low chemical emissions • Rigorously tested for thousands of chemicals • Contributes to healthier/cleaner air in your home • Third-party tested and certified
Our mattresses are GREENGUARD Gold Certified, which means it’s built to contribute to cleaner indoor air for your family
People spend 90% or more of their time indoors.
Indoor air is 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air.
Indoor air pollution is caused by chemicals called Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), which are emitted from products such as furniture, paint, flooring, cleaning chemicals and other household items.
VOCs can cause health effects such as headaches, watery eyes, respiratory irritation and even trigger asthma attacks.
Asthma is the fastest growing incurable disease in the world.
According to the EPA, the best way to reduce chemicals in indoor air is to keep them out in the first place. The UL GREENGUARD Mark is the easiest and most recognized way for consumers to identify products that are certified for low-chemical emissions.