I purchased a mattress wrap a few months ago. I had thought I researched well, but how can you when you have the internet to base it upon only. I never found a negative site, but a friend I had told did her own research and says its a quack. Our doctors have no idea what we are talking about, and she found that his research might not even be real. Not only that but I had to email this Dr.Sprott b/c my mattress wrap is giving off a bad smell, and they are going to send me another one. Would they send a new one if it was a scam? I am not sure what to believe now. My mattress is a fire safe mattress which is what I am scared of, the chemicals that resist fire. I am so MAD if I was gullable enough to let a man prey on my fears.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:33 PM on Sep. 27, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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I don't think it is a scam as much as I think it is faulty science that plays on our fears. The more I tried to find info about mattress wrapping the more it pointed to the one dr. and his research. No where could I find another study or a national sponsored study or anything that backed it up. The few placed online where I saw they sold these wraps all sold them from his company.
Annon 8:57 do you have any sources that show the research was invalid? I would love to see them.
Answer by chrissmom734 at 10:00 PM on Sep. 27, 2009
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