Argos recalls memory foam mattress toppers because they are a fire risk

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ARGOS has recalled some of its own-brand memory foam mattress toppers after they were found to be a potential fire risk. The retailer has pulled its Argos Memory Foam Mattress Topper from shelves and customers who have one are being advised not to use it. Argos highlighted a total of 22 batch codes, along with […]
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